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"Standing on the edge of a cliff, I wrote this book with a hope that its words shall extend their hands if I fall into the abyss"
Letters from a stranger is the debut book from India based author Vaibhav Dange that consists of poetry, quotes and poetic prose. The poems and prose quoted in this book describe complex human emotions about love, life, and the mystic universe intended to create conduits for the broken souls to help their pain to flow into the universe.
Vaibhav Dange is a writer based in Pune, India who is basically from a small town in Gujarat state known as Dahod. After completing his graduation in engineering he moved to Pune. An introvert by nature he found his expression in music and poetry. Kahlil Gibran, Mirza Ghalib, Rumi, Sylvia Plath, Pablo Neruda, Rabindranath Tagore, Margaret Attwood, T.S. Elliot, John Keats, Ernest Hemmingway, W.B. Yeats are his favorite poets. He says that these poets have kept him sane in the most turbulent times of his life. He is also a big admirer of western classical music composers Frederic Chopin and Ludwig Van Beethoven.