THE 7 TRANSGRESSIONS by Kavya Sharma (poetry)

 

BLURB :

You, yourself, as much as any-body in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection. – The Buddha In India, WHO estimates that the summation of mental health problems is of the tune of 2,443 DALYs i.e. disability-adjusted life years per 100,000 population, and the age-adjusted suicide rate per 100,000 population is 21.1. In the wake of a time where mental health is a serious concern worldwide, evaluated awareness is the priority. Keeping in our minds and hearts the cause and the need to reach out, the poems in this anthology cover varied struggles and emotional stages of individuals suffering from mental health illnesses. Let us begin by realizing the impact mental health illnesses can have on people- their body, mind and soul. Let us begin by realizing that mental health is an illness that needs to be treated and dealt with utmost care and assiduity. It is through these poems; the work of art and imagination that we intend to empathize and extend our hands to one and all alike. Through the seven transgressions, we extend our regards and affection.

 

REVIEW :

Finished reading the book in one go. Really beautifully weaved by 7 authors on mental health and related topics. The cover is amazing showing the beauty or one’s mind and how it keeps growing wallflowers inside. Also shows how one may be quiet on the inside but so much might be blooming inside ones mind and body. Altogether all the poets did a great job to make you think. Consume and write more poetry. The book deals with anxiety, not feeling enough , depression and how you try to break through changes and live.

Many relatable poems and stanzas which will grow on to you. The title also falls along the lines of the books content. Had a great read. Will definitely stir emotions within and remind you of times that you might have had in your life.

Poignant poetry book.
Overall -4/5

 

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