To Evince the Blue

By Munia Khan

Poetry | Paperback, eBook


This book provides a contrast between a worldly life of learning and pleasure. This is not merely a book of poetry, but a serene place to align our minds with a union of words and images. Here, all the poems have their own melody which deal with simplicity of language, written on themes as mortality, love, life, death, the relationship of human spirit to the senses and so on. Imagery here is almost tangible; every image having a stamp of reality. It is meant to be a reminder to the readers of life's mystical elements, its beauty and darkness where truths are directed towards an undefined freedom, that each can partake.



Munia Khan was born on a spring night of 15th March in the year 1981. Her poetry is the reflection of her own life experience. She is the author of three poetry collections- Beyond the Vernal Mind, published in 2012, To Evince the Blue, published in 2014 by Xlibris Corporation, USA and Versified, published by Tiktakti Publishing Company, Israel in 2016. Her poems have appeared in several anthologies. Her works have been translated into various languages: Japanese, Romanian, Urdu, Spanish, Bengali, Irish and so on. She is a member in The Poetry Society, UK and also a founding member of Poets & Artists For A Different World Movement. She is one of the editors in Ashvamegh, Literary Journal.


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Munia Khan was born on a spring night of 15th March in the year 1981. Her poetry is the reflection of her own life experience. She is the author of three poetry collections- Beyond the Vernal Mind, published in 2012, To Evince the Blue, published in 2014 by Xlibris Corporation, USA and Versified, published by Tiktakti Publishing Company, Israel in 2016. Her poems have appeared in several anthologi...


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