365 Nights: A Collection of Poems Written by Bavleen Kaur Saini

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iUniverse, 2012 - Poetry - 496 pages
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The poems in 365 Nights will leave your skin bumpy and your body shivering. From teenage love stories, to the stories written on death beds, there is a poem here for you. Each night explores different perspectives of life, wrenching out emotions that many of us have never experienced. 365 Nights allows you to walk in the steps of strangers Exploring controversial themes such as arranged marriages, rebellion, systematic killing of female infants, and genocide, 365 Nights leaves no rock unturned. With each sunset and every moon rise, the poems come to life, playing a show for you with vivid colours and intricate details. 365 Nights will leave you with dreams that will last the day until you return back, to the night.

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About the author (2012)

Bavleen Kaur Saini is currently earning her BComm at Ryerson Univeristy. She has previously published a book called Through My Eyes, and frequently does spoken word within her community. She has five sisters and currently lives with her mother, father, and sisters in Toronto, Ontario.

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