This book of poetry is a detailed and sensitive account of a simple, self-effacing, determined, critical but complex poet and would hopefully ignite poetry discourse. It draws images from love, family care, floods, country serenity, peace therapy, politics, corruption, childhood, romance, philosophy of life, mass media, nature, stress, poverty, child labour, power of motherhood, nightfall, moon light, ambition and spirituality. It embraces a sense of sonorous music, broad thematic range and philosophical ambitions. The voice in this book of poetry is authentic, traditional and contemporary. It invites to see poetry as a bastion of change, national pride and an embellishment of the mind.