This is a book of thoughts of a twisted and pained mind. The words that are written bleed through the pages with heart wrenching strength. In one such poem called, “Funeral,” Ankur Choudhury expresses his suicidal tendencies with the words “I see death as the only escape from reality.”
This 119-page book is filled with the thoughts of Mr. Choudhury’s twisted view of reality. His gripping fear is expressed in a way that will make the reader feel his pain. With what is written, he wants the reader to share in his anguish as he takes you down the grizzly road that he has traveled.
Poems like “Happiness,” express his feeling of being followed by death. Then in “Shadows,” he states, “Won’t someone kill me, tie me up and nail me?” There is a definite fixation that the author has with doom.
Clearly these and many more such examples, prove that this is a very
dark volume of stressful and erratic thoughts. Passages in this book
are seriously not for the meek. They are frank and scary poems that take
the reader into the abyss of a twisted mind.
If one is to take what is written seriously, then it is evident that the author was emotionally distressed. The way the poetry is presented is of a mature and very dark nature, not recommended for young impressionable minds. The book has a parental advisory warning about “Mature Content” and should be avoided by young readers.