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TIMELESS ECHOES—Author Balroop Singh introduces her latest poetry collection

Balroop Singh’s third poetry collection—Timeless Echoes—is just a click away.

Balroop Singh is here today to introduce us to Timeless Echoes

Click on the link to download it and hear the echoes that would reverberate around you, reminding you of lost opportunities, repressed desires, cherished moments and hope that shimmers through clouds.

Here are my days
Defined by my reflections,
In my hands are
Moments when I flew
On the wings of imagination.

Perching on clouds
With caution…a little apprehensive,
I hold another dream.
Oh! you can’t even have
An iota of inkling
Of the rivulets of rapture
That flow within me!

Book Blurb

Certain desires and thoughts remain within our heart, we can’t express them, we wait for the right time, which never comes till they make inroads out of our most guarded fortresses to spill on to the pages of our choice. This collection is an echo of that love, which remained obscure, those yearnings that were suppressed, the regrets that we refuse to acknowledge. Many poems seem personal because they are written in first person but they have been inspired from the people around me – friends and acquaintances who shared their stories with me.

Some secrets have to remain buried because they are ours
We do share them but only with the stars
The tears that guarded them were as precious as flowers
Soothing like balm on festering scars.

While there are no boxes for grief and joy, some persons in our life are more closely associated with these emotions. Their separation shatters us, their memories echo, we grieve but life does not stagnate for anyone…it is more like a river that flows despite the boulders. When imagination and inspiration try to offer solace, poetry that you are about to read springs forth.

Book Information

Title: Timeless Echoes

Author: Balroop Singh

Genre: Poetry

Available at: Kindle Click on the link 

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I’ve just downloaded a copy of Balroop Singh’s new poetry collection Timeless Echoes and looking forward to savoring more of her poetic renderings. ~Bette A. Stevens

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Celebrating the amazingly talented author and illustrator, Bette A. Stevens! ✨ @BetteAStevens #RRBC

What a lovely surprise to find today… Thank you, author Natalie Ducey! ~Bette A. Stevens, Maine author

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1295. A writer lives, at best, in a state of astonishment. Beneah any feeling he has of the good or evil of the world lies a deeper one of wonder at it all. ~William Sansom

Enjoying the wonder of it all! ~ Bette A. Stevens, Maine author http://www.4writersandreaders.com

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Season of Blossoms a Haiku by Bette A. Stevens

Inspired by nature

Apple Blossom HAIKU bas 2015Spring has sprung and apple trees are shouting about it here at the farmstead in Central Maine. After a long winter’s nap their branches are bursting into bloom. With temperatures in the 70s and sunshine in full array (Oh, but rain predicted to be on its way…), this writer is shouting about it too. Inspired by another of nature’s wonders ~ Bette A. Stevens, Maine author illustrator

What’s inspiring you this spring?

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1131. The rose is without an explanation; she blooms because she blooms. ~Angelus Silesius

Picture perfect images. Oh, the wonder of it all! ~ Bette A. Stevens, Maine author/illustrator http://www.4writersandreaders.com

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Monet

I love art & poetry…
Have a beautiful day, friends! ~ Bette A. Stevens http://www.4writersandreaders.com

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310. Light touches you only to shift into iridescence upon your body and wings. ~Excerpt from a poem by Louise Bogan

Exquisite—poetry in motion! ~ Bette A. Stevens

Choose Something Like a Star, poem by Robert Frost

Happy star-gazing! ~ Bette A. Stevens http://www.4writersandreaders.com

183. Why are there trees I never walk under but large and melodious thoughts descend upon me? ~Walt Whitman

Need some inspiration? There’s nothing like Nature, a little Walt Whitman and a bit of Shakespeare, too… ~ Bette A. Stevens http://www.4writersandreaders.com

 

Peregrine Falcon, New York City, poem by Robert Cording

Inspiration in the midst of day-to-day humdrum! ~ Bette A. Stevens

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