Free poetry Kindle books for 27 Jun 18

Ð?оÑ?еÑ?янное вÑ?еменем (Russian Edition)

by Ð?Ñ?Ñ?Ñ?и

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Respiring Ruin

by Nikitha Sathi Pragadish Kirubakaran

Tracing a path across an array of human phenomenology, Respiring Ruin is a collection of poems that examine and convey a series of reflections articulating the nature of our existence unabashedly and unapologetically. The intent is to shed some light on the derelict forms of relationships between people and nature. It questions the quality of life we lead with brief appreciation for the simple joys and little pleasures life holds. The core idea is embodied within the book’s title, which is the ambitious communication of an almost cynical, yet awe-inspiring notion that we as humans are biological architectures that are a compromise between fantasy and decadence.

Refraining from the usual title-poem caricature, Respiring Ruin is dialogue poetry, where two people explore not just their own but each other’s thoughts, addressing the masculine and feminine perspectives. Hence, it follows a â??He-She narrative,’ the “He” written by Pragadish Kirubakaran and “She” by Nikitha Sathi. Interspersed within the book are illustrations which accompany every piece, ensuring you, the reader, a literary and visual treat.



â?«Ø£ØºØ§Ù?Ù? اÙ?درÙ?Ù?Ø´â?¬ (Arabic Edition)

by رشÙ?د Ø£Ù?Ù?ب



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