IN this compilation of poems, the poet presents a lesser known view of Nature, that is about trees, mountains, wind, moon, leaves, thickets, pebbles, etc. and strangely enough, she seems to be particularly conscious of the wind on whose activities many of her poems are based.
In the poem titled ‘No Bounds’, she reprimands the wind for blowing without control, disturbing trees and dismantling temporary residents.
‘Carried Away’ is another poem in which the poet pulls up the wind for rustling the leaves, breaking them into pieces and leaving them dumbstruck as they are unable to comprehend the frolics of the wind.
The poet seems simply fascinated by the wind or has minutely studied it as, in the poem ‘Outing the Wind’, she says that a powerful wind blows away the weak structures with its inherent force.
A few poems are good but most are ordinary.
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