Sixty Sonnets: A Collection of Sixty Sonnets


About the Book:
The book is a collection of beautiful sonnets or say 14-lined short poems. It has got a unique and rare composition as each couplet ends in rhyming words. Each of the 60 sonnets diligently describes and brings forth the core ethos and ideas to all avid readers of poetry. It includes various topics such as elements of human nature, treasured values of human being, human relations as well as certain non-living objects of common usage. Each topic has been poetically dealt by applying splendid, lucid and apt words in English language. The book is a treat for readers who are in search of something new, rare and subtle.

Strigently following the 14-lined format for each topic in the collection of 60 sonnets is a praiseworthy feat. The book has been designed to reach out to both Indian and international poetry readers. Each topic has been composed with utmost care with due concern given to human ethics, and by valuing the sentiments of the poet and readers alike. The poet wishes to reach out to young minds, adults as well as the senior citizens looking out for something different, to contemplate upon themselves and cherish for many long years to come.

About the Author:

Dr. Preeti Padmanabhan is a doctorate in medical biochemistry with fellowship in clinical nutrition. She is a medical professional by occupation and resides in Pune, Maharashtra, India with her family. She completed her schooling from the most prestigious St. Helena’s School and Junior College in Pune. She graduated from Nowrosjee Wadia College, Pune with specailisation in Zoology. Her initial medical degree was obtained from B.J. Medical College, Pune. She has a number of international research papers published in subject of medical biochemistry. She has immense love for the English language, creative writings and is an avid reader. Her interests also extend to singing, colour pencil sketching, fabric painting and public speaking.


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