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Silent Moments of Melancholy

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An Epic poem of 21st Century Inc. told in a mode of Victorian age.

The agony of the IT generation flowing silently through the hearts may not make much noise pollution; the alarm bells of emotional pollution are sounding,, notwithstanding.

Amol’s poems impelled by aridity of solitude unfold the looming veil on the suppressed excruciations of young generation into a trap of d
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Paperback, 112 pages
Published July 27th 2011 by Alethia Publishing
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Felicia
I liked this book.The poems have depth and with amazing simplicity they convey the deep emotion of grief, loneliness and melancholy .
A great attempt from Amol . A must read for all those who love to feel even the grief so deeply that at some point they tend to enjoy it .
Daywalker
Silent Moments of Melancholy – Swallowing Somberness

Marquez once described his own novel ‘Autumn of the Patriarch’ (1975) as ‘Poem on the Solitude of Power’.

Here, among us a poet is born. He offers a silent promise of solitude unto death if melancholy is its coparcener.

I received the copy of collection of 66 poems ‘Silent Moments of Melancholy’ (SMoM) on the very eve when the protest procession of the totally devastated mill workers of Mumbai against the state government, astonishingly both bein
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Sumit K.
Simply "Amazing"...I have really become a fan of yours Amol. It seems words have come out deep from your heart.
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Published my first book, collection of poems, "Silent Moments of Melancholy"

Lately I have scripted a full length Marathi play.

I have regularly written for my blog – http://amolsviews.blogspot.com.

Couple of my articles were published in Hindustan Times, Mumbai edition.

With a team of talented writers, I maintain a blog at http://www.kahihi.in.

I am currently completing my first novel, which is a wo
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