Cobalt

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 articulates love, loss, and hope. It celebrates being a passionate millennial tiding through life and heartbreaks amidst the chaos of an urban rut.

The poetic pieces dive deep into the psyche of a rootless poet, making peace with wild passion and its consequences.

With grace and a tremendous flair for self-preservation, the book celebrates emotional healing with hyperbole, lessons, and elan.