Supernova: An Anthology
Note from the Poet
Yes, we all are made of memories and maps that have led us up to who we are today, at this very moment; and erasing a few of them is what we want at some point of time. If the past is such a penitent place to live in, why do so many of us keep holding on and torment ourselves? Living for the present and for the future deems more satisfactory than dwelling on the past. There is a sweet remedy to every struggle we face, but if like math, the answer is hidden beneath seemingly perennial layers of failure, would you live with trial and error or die with the guilt of making no attempt?
About the Poet
Sasha Ranganath is a fourteen year old girl, residing in Bangalore, India. At an early age she developed an interest for literature and poetry, which encouraged her to compile her most recent poems; some of which are based on personal experiences, some inclined towards igniting a gracefully eerie aura of suspense, and others pertaining to struggles the average person faces and obstacles of the society. Sasha enjoys writing and loves everything digital. Currently, she might be online, enjoying a much needed break from her schoolwork and assignments!
- Author: Sasha Ranganath
- Paperback: 102 pages
- Publisher: Self Published (2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1634153669
- ISBN-13: 978-1634153669
- Product Dimensions: 20.3 x 0.5 x 12.7 cm
Global Edition Available on:
Indian Edition also available on:
We Also Recommend