“You talk about love, like it was someone you met summers ago
And now, longingly smile looking at them in pictures.”
It is a year in the life of an individual who falls rarely, but gravely. In poems and sections of prose, Cobalt talks about love, loss and hope with gradual realisations of what invariably holds true value. It celebrates the essence of being a passionate and conflicted millennial, who is tiding through life and heartbreaks amidst the chaos of an urban rut.