Imperfect Perfections aims to capture the author's views on life and life in seemingly inanimate objects, in the form of poems.Issues ranging from the limits one faces to the curiosity of asking a question are written about. In the stories section the author has tried to capture the moments in life of subjects as varying as three arms of a clock to a patch of grass. At a more fundamental level, the author would like to highlight the value of thinking and imagining - acts that have lost much significance in today's world.
The key concerns of the poet in this book are: Devotion for motherhood, nationalism, love, introspection and self-realization. It can also be said that these are five basic elements of his poetry-cosmos. Sometimes independently and other times in an included state, these elements embellish his compositions.
Every individual at some point in life goes through an emotional roller coaster and I am no different but instead of letting my circumstances govern me I have persevered in little ways to do my best. These poems speak about the same, of one's own identity and one's relationship with others. A beautiful book of poetry ...Still Standing.
Jim lives a life stifling to his ways. His meddling curiosity compounds his troubles. Torn between the strictly disciplined life under his father of the defence forces, the affection of his school-teacher mother and the bullying of his brother, Jim runs away from home during an annual holiday. His escape takes a horrible turn as he ends up in the midst of men of the most vile nature. A descent into chaos follows as there are gradual realizations in the minds of both the young and the old. Set in the narrative backdrop of a liberalizing India of the early 1990's, the story delves into the heart and mind of the boy and how he copes with life and relationships. Would Jim make it back alive? There is only one way to find out.
Writing words with fire is a collection of poems that reveal the pressures and poignancy of the human experience. Through a rich array of verse, Kehar explores themes that at first seem familiar but soon captivate you with their stark originality. The essence of love, betrayal, happiness and human bondage acquire a profound meaning that goes beyond the bounds of social conventions and morality. This collection is welcome proof of the emergence of a new voice in English poetry from Pakistan.
'परवाज़' कई भावनाओं की उड़ान है l समाज की विषमताओं से हैरान और परेशान भावनाएँ हों या फिर जीवन की परिस्थितियों से संघर्ष करती भावनाएँ l प्रेम रस में डूबी भावनाएँ हों या वीर रस से प्रभावित होकर, चुनौती की आँखों में घूरती भावनाएँ l सभी ने खुद को अभिव्यक्त किया है 'परवाज़' में l
Catharsis is a collection of poems written over a period of ten years. The poems are mirrors to characters, incidents and situations that touched the poet, somewhere, sometime, somehow. All the poems state what, or how the poet must have perceived things, during a particular space in time. The poet is clearly in love with the beauty of words, and the timeless spell it creates while crystallizing tears, and laughters, and more importantly, all that lies between the two.
Having been constantly misconstrued in life, my poetry has opened an avenue to release my bottled emotions. Moving around Goa's beaches and forests incognito, meeting up with a series of strangers and drawing inspiration from nature and people has fuelled this anthology.