‘Her lyrical expressions and profound thoughts dazzle through the dark clouds, shining like the first morning light; fresh, raw, soothing.’
Labyrinth entices you with its dark setting, keeping you guessing about what human nature really is. It inculcates human emotions carefully with wonderful imagery and gruesome emotions which bring about the question—‘Do you really know what you feel?’
The poems range from ‘Fear’—a poem aptly named after the emotion it invokes in you—to various poems on love which make a voice ring in your head, ‘Is love a boon or a curse?’
So, go on, open the book and fall in love with a little darkness. After all, isn’t darkness here before the light?