This is the fourth collection of poems of Dr. Kunjappu in Malayalam, a well-known Indian language. Abstractions always accompany the cobweb of complex thoughts. The essence of many inexplicable experiences does not allow simplification or paraphrasing. The uniqueness of these poetic verses, mostly to extract through reading between the lines, is that they weave elements of surprise when chewed for long. This aspect of reflecting, absorbing and assimilating is the specialty of these poems. The reader wonders with an enchanting note of revelation, how such finer points in life were not taken note of previously.
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About the Author
Dr. Joy T. Kunjappu, D.Sc., Ph.D., an Indian-American educator/consultant-scientist, lives in New York City. He served as a professor of chemistry, teaching in academic institutions in New York City (Columbia University, Yeshiva University, and Brooklyn College of the City University of New York). Author of three science books and more than 100 scientific and technical articles, he has published five poetry books and two collection of essays on language and socially relevant matters in his mother tongue, Malayalam - an important Indian language; and four other books in English - "LINKS AND CONNECTIVITY: FROM BLOG TO BOOK" [ESSAYS], "A SOJOURNER'S RHAPSODIES IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER" [POEMS] & "PRONOUNCING SPATIO-TEMPORAL CATACLYSMS IN REVERSE ORDER" [POEMS] and "SEQUENCING INTRICATE TERRAINS IN RANDOM ORDER" [POEMS].