One Heart- Many Breaks

One Heart- Many Breaks by [Sandeep Kumar Mishra]

One Heart- Many Breaks is an autobiographical collection of provocative poetry by Sandeep Kumar Mishra. It is a set of contemporary poems that explore various emotions such as regret, depression, and even the dark places the mind goes when contemplating suicide. The majority of the poems in this compelling collection reflect on the personal situations Sandeep Kumar Mishra experienced and all of the bleak emotions that he felt over a twenty year span.

Sandeep Kumar Mishra provides readers with a thought-provoking collection of vivid poetry that delves into the numerous and diverse emotions that affect the heart and plague the mind. Each poem, to me, was exciting because I didn’t know where it would take me. The poems spoke on everything from life, family, friends, nature, our vexing society, and the universe. The collection is somber and sometimes dreary so it is best read when you’ve already got a touch of melancholy.

I highly recommend this collection of captivating poetry to anyone who loves poetry. This is a great collection that will inspire thought and helps you grapple with those dark emotions you might also be feeling.

Pages: 82 | ASIN : B08GY1G9KR

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Posted on October 27, 2020, in Book Reviews, Four Stars and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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