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Flow Infinite



Authored By: Dilip Mohapatra


Publisher:  Authorspress


ISBN-13: 9789352073337


Year of Publication: 2016


Pages: 136

                                       Binding: Paperback(PB)


Category:  Poetry, Fiction and Short Stories


Price in Rs. 245.00

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Opinions

“A spiritual searcher, unflinching in response to truth and invariably reverent toward beauty, Mohapatra mines the jewel of pure perception, then cuts and polishes it with meaning to create in each poem something pure and precious, even transcendent.”

–Rebecca Bynum

 

“Dilip Mohapatra’s poems have a sure conversational tone. It appears they are deliberately less lyrical but their structures are tightly knit. The poems are highly image-oriented. And in each poem, there is a suspense that arouses the reader's curiosity and, to some extent, forces him/her to reach the end of the poem.”

–Bibhu Padhi

 

“ Various themes are explored by Mohapatra in these poems, from subjects such as “Poetry” to “Cursed” to “Liberation”, where the poet reveals by the depth of feeling that he can be more “human” than others by his own single-mindedness, hopes and aspirations.”

–Jayanta Mahapatra

 


About the Author


 

Dilip Mohapatra, a decorated Navy Veteran, has been pursuing his passion for poetry since the seventies. His poems have been published in many anthologies and literary journals of repute worldwide. World Poetry Yearbooks 2013 and 2014 editions feature some of his poems along with the best from the global fraternity of poets in contemporary English. Flow Infinite is his fourth poetry collection and includes his recent poems characterised by their wide range & profound depth and which echo his keen observation, his myriad moods, his social awareness and his sense of humour, while striking a balance between consonance and contradictions.

Website: dilipmohapatra.com