A woman gently probes into the memories of her many heartbreaks. She has been in love several times, and lingers over the sun-drenched shadows of her beloveds. But her lovers are not only humans—she delves as passionately into a piece of music or painting. Although the poems use the first-person narrative technique, the title, The Elegant Nobody, affirms a humble annihilation of the Self as the poet’s soul gracefully dissolves into her poetry. This is a book worth reading if you want to explore the core of a sensitive woman’s existence.
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