Bare Soul Poem Analysis

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Kalpna Singh-Chitnis

Copyright © 2013 Kalpana Singh-Chitnis
Also known as Kalpna Singh-Chitnis. All Rights Reserved

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The Library of Congress has cataloged “Bare Soul” as follows
Author and Copyright Claimant - Kalpana Singh-Chitins
Registration Number - TX 7-674-707. Registration Date February 5th 2013

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Kalpna, in her collection of verses brings to you her “Bare Soul,” which you soon discover is not only her story but, the story of you, the reader.

As you read or listen to her poems, you will find yourself standing beside her by the seashore, the wind blowing gently through your hair and the voices of seagulls making loud but comforting sounds in the distance. You may find yourself walking with her through a dry, hot desert land only to come upon an oasis with cool, pure water and a large comfortable tent.

Or, you may find yourself transported to magical places where, perhaps, you partake in mystical adventures as you listen to sweet music and subtle love songs in the evening breeze. Such is the power of the poet! Such is the gift of the poet! All this and more, you will find in the poems of Kalpna in her volume called, “Bare Soul.”

Thank you, Kalpna, thank you for sharing such deep parts of your heart and soul with all of us. Once your words have touched us, we can never be the same again. We will become more tolerant, more understanding, not only of others but, of our very selves. May you keep on writing and sharing with us.

John Harricharan, award-winning author of “When You Can Walk on Water, Take the Boat” and other

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