Imagine stepping into a white room, full of nothingness, simply a bright light extensively reaching your eyes, and you come to the conclusion that life is simply a dream sometimes. Imagine thinking about someone’s heart being an abandoned wonderland, and how you grew flowers in it. Read about the transition of a woman turning into a flower in the night, and how she has cutin left in her eyelids the next day. Find out how a child’s painting so beautifully mimics the universe through a poet’s perspective and how embroidery explains the deep rooted perfectionism in people. And enjoy the exhilaratingly meaningful journey through “the museum of thoughts.” “The Silent Epiphany” is a book written with absurdly beautiful imagination by a young author, find yourself in the words of etherealness, affection, and finally reaching the truth explained through various write ups and poetries that a metaphorically pleasing to the eyes and drop a deep speculative question in the mind.
Akkriti Tiwari, in her second book continues to weave out unconventional and flowery poetries relating to daily elements in her life. From the depths of the universe, to teary eyes, the dynamics between the topics are simply the most appealing. She is a young poet, skilled at public speaking, debate, and is known to be a science buff.