Book Review – Cafuné by @Rant_Err (Archana Kumar)

Title: Cafuné
Author: Archana Kumar (@Rant_Err)
Published by: Brambleby Books
Year of Publication: 2014
Number of Pages: 96
Genre: Poetry
Poetry has always been close to me since a few years now when I discovered this potential in myself to rhyme a few words and make sense. But poetry is more than sense, more than just rhymes and more than just meaning.
The more you read, the more you write, the more you discover. This book by Archana is all about reading, writing, living, loving and discovering. Each poem I read, made me dive into deep imagination to interpret the context but then the simplicity of words and short poems quickly brought me back to want for more.
In this anthology of poetry, Archana has penned down her experiences, the pros and cons of love and relationship and a few poems go beyond interpretation, they are just magic. There is something about love and relationships which makes each one of us relate to these words. The best part of this book is that the short poems every once in a while are a treat, like short breaks while you still continue to read.
Archana has quite maintained a balance between the dark and light shades of poetry. This is the first ever book I have read cover to cover without any break because it keeps you glued till the end and I really wished that it had a few hundred poems more. I am sure there are going to be many more books coming from Archana. 🙂
You can like the poetry page, here and follow the author, here.

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