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Genre: Poetry
Language: English
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The quintessence of any joyous celebration is “life” and all things related to it. In my basket of poems I have tried to unify all the essence of life together.
“Inspiration” is pragmatic in nature and thus occupies a place in life. “Nature” is versatile and thus satisfies the nature of life. So are “thoughts”, “feelings” and “dedication” too. They all find a place somewhere in the long span of human life.
“Dawn and Dusk” symbolizes the existence from beginning to the end. All the spices sweet, sour, bitter etc comprise human existence. The poems are categorized into different themes but all the themes are like the rivers merging with the sea of life. Thus this book is a tribute to the dreams and endeavor of all common man.

About the Author

Mrs.Tanni Bose .MA English
Date of Birth- 15-02-1976
Current Job: Working as an English teacher in a Higher Secondary School under the Ministry of Education, Royal Government of Bhutan, Bhutan.
Author of the first published literary work- "Dawn and Dusk"

Book Details

ISBN: 9789351268147
Publisher: Mrs.TANNI BOSE
Number of Pages: 70
Binding: Paperback (Perfect Binding)
Availability: In Stock (Print on Demand)

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Louis KT 9 years, 3 months ago


"Dawn and Dusk" is undoubtedly a skillfully maneuvered artistic piece of literary creation by Ms. Tanni Bose. Her spontaneity of thoughts , emotional depth and Tagorean simplicity of expression will catch the imagination of the readers for sure. Poems such as "Encounter", suggests that messages of importance can be powerfully conveyed without employing inflated rhetoric. The fiber of unity that runs through the first to last bead of this rosary of poems can be a commanding force that can keep the reader engaged for a while. Poems such as the
"The Cactus" and "Pathos", to mention a few, will place the poet first among the equals of the debutant poets.

abrahamvarkey 9 years, 3 months ago


Mrs Tanni Bose, a novice poetess has done a miracle in her debut poetry collection “Dawn and Dusk”.
An amazing work of literature, the readers are taken for a ride into the high and low of life, death, nature, love and history through the versatile collection of poems.
Though her first endeavor, she deserves applauds for her ‘Forgotten Promise, Pathos and On Death.’ The ‘Sangam’ has turned out to be a meeting place of her hidden talents and unmatched ability.
End of life is death. Between life and death a thousand beautiful things happen. Feel homesick anytime, get an answer in Dawn and Dusk. Find 'Desire' for yourself, not to forget 'the Forgotten Promise.
' 'The Rainbow' has cast its spectrum to illuminate the nature with its spectacular charm.
And 'A Tribute to the Candle' is truly symbolic.

josekc 9 years, 3 months ago


To see life’s simple variety through simple snapshots by a poet, one may read Ms. Tanni Bose’s ‘Dawn and Dusk’, recently released. Life’s simple charms are there in simple diction and the easy, cozy flow of words.

The alliterative ‘dawn and dusk’ connotes, as most collocations do, the inevitable ups and downs, the inescapable growth and decay, the undeniable joys and sorrows that life’s spectrum is. One is at intervals reminded of John Donne, William Wordsworth, Thomas Gray, Rudyard Kipling and Walt Whitman, to record a fleeting memory.

Ms. Tanni Bose is a novice poet, teaching English in Tendru HSS, Samtse, Bhutan. Her debut literary venture, ‘Dawn and Dusk’ has the makings of a mini-masterpiece.

The puppy-teacher in the first poem says unsaying the payment of reliance. Likewise, the readers would feel refreshed by the idea of a daring switch to a new vocation from the realization that ‘Destiny a matter of choice’; they would be swung by the caring communion with the thorny cactus; they would be swayed by the felicity in, for instance, “I wake up with a jerk,/ Open my eyes/ To find me in bed/ and my dream’s demise.” (‘Reflection’) and feel exalted by: “When deserted lovers lament on their desiccated life/ The green eyes of envy, doth cast spell/ But the divine angels are guardians against hell.” (‘Dark Fantasy’).

No wonder, the reader – be it the elderly or the young – may be tempted to lavish an instant pat on the poet-colt’s steadying steps in the courtyard of literature.

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