Painting the House: Poems
Disha Books, Jan 1, 1999 - 79 pages
Painting the House is the fourth collection of poems from a poet who has now been published in magazines and periodicals throughout the English-speaking world. Inward looking, and, at the same time deeply rooted in cultural and interpersonal realities, these poems speak to the heart in their own universal language.
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