Smitha Abraham, a budding author from Bangalore is like the lead character in a women centric book that promotes the idea of living your dream. Like the character, she too curls up on the sofa with a good book in one hand and cocoa in another, staring right into the night and going on a mind exploration. She delves into her imagination and from the depths of her mind, writes some of the most creative pieces in the form of short stories and poems. She has recently released a poetry book, named “Walking In The Wild” published by Notion Press. A freedom and carefree themed book is what would describe her the best, as she enjoys reading, creative writing, listening to music, learning new languages, meeting new people, getting acquainted with different cultures and travelling.
As kids, magic realism is the best way to learn because the boring random things of life start to unfold in the most magical way. Smitha being an ardent believer in marvelous manifestations draws her inspiration from authors like Isabel Allende, Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Carlos Ruiz Zafon. Hence she has adopted magic realism, historical romance and a wide range of imaginative styles.
The Poems that Smitha is associated with are “And I Gaze”, “A Walk in the Clouds”, “By the Side of a Stream”, “A Beautiful Evening,” “Stranger” and “Hand-in-Hand”. These can all be associated directly with the nature. Some of these poems even provoke thoughts and reminds you of the sweet smell of nostalgia.
Some of our first understanding about nature is through poems. We all learnt to understand and cherish poets who wrote on Mother Nature as she is the provider to all our wants and needs. Smitha reinforces this idea through her writing every day…