‘Impressions and expressions’ by George Schnaider-a review

And then God crated the earth.
The earth was void, without any form and darkness was everywhere.
Then the God commanded –let there be light and there was light.
The story of human is the story to the quest of light- from ignorance to knowledge, from death to immortality and from darkness to the light.
The story of human is the story of optimism- a saga of breaking the shackle of pain, grief and despair.
‘Impressions and expressions’ by George Schnaider is the song of that optimism- it is a reflection of the dynamic world- captured in the water of the mind!
There are fifty well written verses embracing different aura of life and in our review we will try to critically analyse some representative poems.
Paradise sky is a poem that depicts a Utopian world-free from all hatred and pain-where grey shades of life are nowhere to be found-everything is as colorful as the brightest of rainbow. This is the imaginary world of heaven where
‘Where all souls sing and love is king,
Where everyone’s amused.
There is no hatred in his house
There is no greed or pain.
Each girl and boy filled with joy,
And peace always remains.’

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