Abhinav Poludasu’s Coffee with Excess Sugar, collection of micro poems and poems is an ode to the grief etched through lost love and the moments of love that every person feels at the moments of love and breakup. This book might look short but it is written with immense love and maturity. It really feels like the author might have experienced these emotions in his personal life to have made a realistic effect of portraying it.
Coffee with Excess Sugar is divided into two parts “verses of anguish” and “archives of love”. Each part remains true to their content that would surely mesmerize you with the intended emotions more than its words. The book feels like a personal note, an indirect conversation with all his lost loved ones in the path of life.
The second part is all about being in love, sharing moments with the beloved and dedicating oneself to the other. It suspends the innocence of love and care. These poems are romantic and cute showcasing the language of love.
The prelude sets the essence of this book. To all the readers, remember to read the prelude. The prelude gives you the meaning of the book title only than it justifies the content of the book.
It’s an interesting book that poetizes love and romance at the frontend. This book could have been a little detailed in terms of number of poems and diversity within the genre. Some poems seemed not well-composed and some poems are written to stay with its readers.
All the romantic genre lovers who read emotional poems, this book is amazing. Indeed an appreciable poem by the poet. A perfect breezy evening read.
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