Authored By: Anam Ruby Aziz
Year of Publication: 2017
|Pages: 182||Binding: Paperback(PB)|
Category: Poetry, Fiction and Short Stories
|Price in Rs. 245.00||Price in (USA) $. 19.6|
“There is more to Nascent Poetry than just a collection of poems. Sure, it talks about love, life, nature, and other topics, but this collection touches upon the very nature of human life. Poems such as "I am not alone" and "Be just and fair" and "A sense of someone's absence" are thought-provoking and leave a deep effect on the reader.”
–Sufyan bin Uzayr, Author of TheApocalypse; Editor of Muslim Memo
Nascent Poetry is a fresh collection of poems recording the journey of a girl from innocence to experience and mental metamorphosis of a class 10th kid to a young lady, written between 2012 to 2016. It's the blend of thoughtfulness, curiosity, self-talks, self-love, chasing hopes, rising, falling and rising again in quest of meaningfulness. Trapped in the inescapable cobweb of Life, lost in the Love Lane, Nature became an abode of comfort, the 'Other' home and Faith kept the boat of existence roving to impossibilities.
The poems ponder on the vicissitudes of life, inconsistency of love, boundlessness of human emotions and sufficiency of one moment to become the reason to live and keep going.
Anam Fatima was born in Dewa Sharif, Barabanki, U.P. She is a poet at heart and believes in adding the hues of hope, love and harmony to the world. She has a keen interest in the theory of Romanticism. She admires simplicity, natural beauty and the fragrance of sand. A number of her poems have been published in BSNL Udyog Magazine, Calcutta. Her first collection of poems titledMy Best Book of Poems(Part 1 and 2) was published in 2010 She graduated from Lady Sri Ram College in 2015 and is currently pursuing her Masters degree from University of Delhi. Her poetic musings have been inspired by experiences, imagination, small town charm and cobwebs of cosmopolitan Delhi. For Anam, to be a poet is a journey and not a destination and she sees herself in a nascent stage, in quest of her poetic voice.