Slivers: Chiseled Poetry by Balroop Singh

I was so inspired by Balroop Singh’s latest volume of vivid verse that I endeavored to frame my review in haiku form:

 

Balroop re-creates

Light from above in new clothes.

Faithful fragments hanging;

Mini-windows showing

Truth in starlit slivers.

 

Ms. Singh’s work showcases much more depth and breadth than my little tribute, however. The topics, as usual, focus on the positive–healing, flights of imagination, and the beauty both within and without.

If I were asked to choose my favorite, I would choose the fanciful fantasy, “Night Fairy.” I suppose this is hardly a surprise since I write fairy tales, but still. Pay close attention to that one as you slowly nibble your way through this assortment of little gems.

A collection of haikus that should delight lovers of the art form.

You can check out the Look Inside here: https://www.amazon.com/Slivers-Chiseled-Poetry-Balroop-Singh-ebook/dp/B0982H9TGY/.

Avid writer and reader of Faerie tales and noblebright fantasy.

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19 comments on “Slivers: Chiseled Poetry by Balroop Singh
  1. Wonderful, Cathleen! Sharing…

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  2. I have read a few of Balroop’s poetry books, Cathleen and have this one on my radar. Thanks for this lovely and imaginative review.

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  3. My pleasure, Cathleen. Have a lovely weekend!

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  4. I haven’t read her book yet but it sits there, enticing me, as I finish up another book. What a clever review!

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  5. balroop2013 says:

    Wow! You never cease to amaze me Cathleen! My heart is bouncing with delight at your poetic response to Slivers. Love and hugs for such a fabulous review dear, I am feeling blessed. How did I miss it? My Reader didn’t show it. WordPress sucks at times! Many thanks for making my day soooo pleasant.

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    • Yeah, I figured you’d pop in as soon as you knew. : )

      And I’m so glad you liked the poetic tribute, Balroop. I meant every word.

      Also, I used “volume of vivid verse” because we both love alliteration. It was meant something like an inside joke, except that I was serious about it, of course. : )

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  6. D.L. Finn, Author says:

    I love the Haiku tribute, Cathleen. It was an amazing book.

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  7. D.L. Finn, Author says:

    🙂

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  8. Congratulations Balroop a lovely review. ❤ x

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