Voice Of The Soul


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How does it feel to lie just by yourself and delve into the silence. The silence that is a path to deeper self, a self that is unexplored. That same unexplored self can also be regarded as the soul.

While the time ticks on the clock, a bond with your soul is timeless. Such metaphors are rendered powerless when a conversation is created with oneself.

These poems mean more than just words, they scream soulfulness. It is rather weird that we go looking for answers outside when all that we have to do is seek deeper within ourselves. The poems are experiences that the poet shares with the world, and these experiences are nothing fancy- they are all moments that the poet experiences with himself. They are questions risen from inquisitiveness and introspection.

Product details

  • Paperback: 120 pages
  • Publisher: Writing Geeks; First Edition edition (19 September 2018)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 8193669711
  • ISBN-13: 978-8193669716
  • Product Dimensions: 13.9 x 0.6 x 21.5 cm


Shreyans Kanswa, a 27-year-old young author had studied B.Tech. in Civil Engineering and then went on to do his M.Tech. in structural engineering. Though formally he runs a construction business today, his love for literature has compelled him to dedicate himself to poetry.

To stay close to his passion, he is also a part time blogger. Shreyans, a dreamer spends most of his time delving into the world of nature and philosophy. The most mesmerizing thing about his writing is that both, complications and enthusiasm thrive on simplicity, as even dilemmas are made to feel desired.

1 review for Voice Of The Soul

  1. Jonica Ebenezer

    One line review: simple yet strong

    Beginning with the title of the book, I would like to rate it 4/5 for its precise reflection of the content and left behind a soothing effect on the brain as I read the title over and over again.

    Speaking on the cover of the book, I would like to rate 4.2/5 for the same as it portrays what the story is all about but interestingly it does not give away too much either.

    The following can be said with respect to the content.

    a.  recommended for you if you prefer in connecting with the soul deep within you

    b. I personally felt that this is one of the books which leaves you a lasting thrusting effect but in a very soothing manner.

    c. must read for teens and the ones feeling to be on the edge of the cliff with life dangling apart

    d. the poems were sharp but it actually heals, makes you think in perspectives and actually stimulates your brain for deep thinking.

    The following are the pros:

    a. simple English

    b. powerful words that reach your brain and touches your heart

    c. each poem has the power to make you think and connect with you more 

    Overall, the content can be given 4.3/5.

    Ideally, read one poem per day to grasp more of the thoughts

    Reviewed by 

    Jonica E

    Author of Uncut Broken Wings. Withering Summer.

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