These are the heart-felt songs which in fact have been the poet’s companions during the toughest phase in his life. Most of these have been written in the charming countryside of the poet’s native place at a small village in northern India. The poems try to capture the softest nuances of perceptible and imperceptible naturalities against the background of human trials and tribulations. The verses chime with an enamouring softness of the heart which sound Godsent against the present times viciously self-obsessed noise. The poems are exceptionally laced with silent spiritual reflections over the comforting quietude and teasing tranquility of the countryside. These simple swathes of aesthetics take the reader to a slow-paced world…far, far away from the ‘maddening crowd’!
Sandeep Dahiya holds ten year experience in publishing and editing. His debut novel has been recently published (Faceless Gods, Notion Press). Other works include: Footsteps Lost (Minerva Press); Verses from the Land of Farmers’ Messiah (ABC Publishers).