Review: The Midnight Scrawls

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“He always made her feel in need,
But the day the right one came along,
She always felt needed.
The difference made her realise what true love is.”

When words meet paper, emotions gain new perspectives. ‘The Midnight Scrawls’ by Fatema Pocketwala is an intricately written collection of poetry on multiple topics. With sorrow, happiness, love and heartbreak – this book inculcates an array of feelings under one umbrella.

 War, love, betrayal, brother-sister bonds, the poet has penned down every emotion in lucid and simple verses. The poems spoke to me and they felt so real. I have found a lot of favourites among them and it is a book I would revisit again. The book itself is such a beauty; the picturesque black and white pages are so pleasing. It is also rightly named since it does give the impression of midnight mussing. The poet is very talented with…

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