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Falling Through Love submerges readers into Kichloo's deeply personal yet widely resonant experiences, exploring relationships in their most exposed and honest states. Written in a variety of poetic forms—free verse, rhyme, prose, and visual poetry—Falling Through Love takes the reader on a poignant journey with the writer, about charting one’s own path in life, investigating failure, family dynamics, and love. Looking at life backward and forward simultaneously, this collection brings forth new perspectives on what it means to be alive, to have made mistakes, to have fought for an identity, to have loved and lost and then loved and lost again.
|Publisher:||Andrews McMeel Publishing|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||33 MB|
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About the Author
Akif Kichloo, a poet of Indian origin, started creative writing after finishing medical school with a degree in Medicine and Surgery. Before continuing his post-graduation studies, Kichloo is taking a break to focus completely on writing. Kichloo's poetry and writing have evolved over the years, and have become an outlet that has given him the opportunity to share his experiences in love, loss, and longing with his global audience. He is currently alternating residence between Montpelier, Vermont, New Haven, Connecticut, and Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh in India.