The mundane becomes meaningful in these thoughtful and carefully worded poems.books Updated: Sep 08, 2010 16:38 IST
'The mundane becomes meaningful in these thoughtful and carefully worded poems. Succint, free of excessive verbiage, they reveal the inner life of the poet. There's tenderness too, in poems such as 'Baby Breaths' and 'Paradise Discovered'. And in others, a disenchantment with a world gone awry.'
- Ruskin Bond
'Renee Ranchan's book comes from the mind of a perceptive observer and speaks to you in a series of images glowing in different colours.'
- Dr Karan Singh
'Renee Ranchan's Untwine the Wind is a varied collection of 103 poems. A wonderful work, full of depth and understanding, sad in some cases but beautifully crafted, reflecting nature and life as it is. This book is a painting in words...'
- Maharaja Amarinder Singh
First Published: Sep 08, 2010 15:22 IST