Talented poet, Balroop Singh, is my Treasury Poetry guest over at Writing to be Read. Thank you, Balroop, for sharing your interesting thoughts about poetry and writing poetry. You will also find my review of Balroop’s latest poetry book, Magical Whispers. Thank you to Kaye Lynne Booth for hosting us.
Today, I have the pleasure of featuring talented poet, Balroop Singh, as my Treasuring Poetry guest. Balroop has shared some lovely thoughts about poetry and her favourite poems. My review of her latest book, Magical Whispers, is included at the end of the post.
You can find out more about Balroop Singh and her poetry on her lovely blog here: https://balroop2013.wordpress.com/about/
What is your favourite poem?
How can you have one poem as a favorite? They have been changing with my growing years. From Rumi to Rudyard Kipling to Maya Angelou, poetry has always evoked images of romanticism, realism and Sufism and I got carried away with those images depending on the phase of my life.
As a youngster, I liked ‘Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening’ by Robert Frost. It acquainted me with the beautiful images and simple style of writing a poem, inspired me…
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