Timeless Echoes by Balroop Singh

Timless EchoesEven if you’re a fairy tale enthusiast like me, you still need to make a little time in your life for poetry. If you’re feeling like savoring some verses where every word is weighed, consider checking out Ms. Singh’s work.

This collection is sure to satisfy existing fans–like her previous work, these poems focus on relationships and growth, and the pain that comes with both. Joy is given its full measure as well–no need to fear that the outlook is bleak. The following is from my favorite poem, “I am with You!”

“On the wings of freedom

Soaring higher than the clouds

If you could divest those earthly shrouds

To embrace this evanescent experience

I am with you.

Together we quit the foolish faction

That takes pleasure in strife and command

In search of our own lustrous land

Far from those who create craters

Trust is our anchor.

You may call it escapism

But we fly for love, for peace

Away from this chaotic crease

Carrying the silent message of breeze

Embracing echoes within.”


Seriously, this piece could have been penned with fairytale-tellers in mind.

Go check out the Look Inside here: https://www.amazon.com/Timeless-Echoes-Balroop-Singh-ebook/dp/B07F1VVJK7/, and happy reading! 🙂


Avid writer and reader of Faerie tales and noblebright fantasy.

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16 comments on “Timeless Echoes by Balroop Singh
  1. balroop2013 says:

    Thank you SO much Cathleen, for a surprise review of Timeless Echoes, I am delighted to see it and your choice of a favorite poem is indeed “fairy-like”…flying away from angst and strife, seeking freedom, feeling as free as the breeze! 🙂 Love and hugs dear friend.

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  2. Gorgeous! I find this profoundly spiritual !

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  3. A wonderful poem, Balroop. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and this poem, Cathleen.

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  4. Ann Coleman says:

    Wonderful poem…thank you for sharing it.

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  5. cath says:

    What a beautiful poem. I see what you mean about fairy-tellers.

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  6. Writers of all forms and genres ought to make more time to read poetry. Poems need to be read slowly, a skill we could all stand to refresh in the constant communications onslaught of the Information Age!


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