Triloki Nath Dhar
Twentieth century ushered English poetry into a modern era, casting off traditional forms and techniques. Old poetry mostly viewed things from the surface while modern poetry armed with new devices of rhythm, syllables, accents, and forms of free verse has widened the horizon of human thinking, sharpening the aesthetic faculty of mankind. Global civilization being in a state of fusion, old values and structures have crumbled, making ancient allegories and allusions irrelevant in the present. In this state of flux and fusion, the modern poet has a much more significant role to play compared to the scientist or the politician, as poetry remains inalienable from the human subconscious mind. This collection of poems would present to the readers poetry,that are highly imaginative, evocative, and instructive without being didactic, weaved in newly invented rhythm, rhyme, metre, and phraseology.