This collection employs the metaphor of the wallflower and tenderness to convey the essence of life's beauty and its fragility. It weaves the transient nature of our existence, infusing an element of cosmic wonder and an otherworldly fascination. It's a narrative that paints the picture of being a wallflower in the captivating wilderness of nature.

About the Author

Hello readers I am Naina devi. I am an assistant professor in botany. Being botanist I have always found peace among nature. I see everything from botanical lens, being a silent observer is quite amusing but depressing at the same time. That’s why I started writing poetry. These are songs about seclusion and isolation. These poems paint cathartic shades of introversion, a self portrait of a wallflower. This collection of poetry provides perspective of an introvert and how I found a sense of equanimity within myself through observing nature and creation. I hope that the feelings expressed in the content will tug at the heart of the readers, and they will be able to resonate with these poems.

About the book

“A wallflower on herbarium sheet” sheet is a debut collection from poet Naina Devi. This is cathartic poetry about upheaval, unravelling inner dialogue of an introvert. It exudes an air of melancholy and nostalgia around it. The themes explored include beauty and fragility of life, the power of silence and stillness, and the longing for depth and connection.

The metaphor of the wallflower and the tendresse are used for capturing the idea of beauty and fragility of life. It weaves the transient nature of life. It has an element of cosmic wonder and other worldly fascination to it. It’s a narrative about being a wallflower in the wilderness of nature.

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