Book Review: She: Screw Silence! by Reecha Agarwal Goyal

Title: She: Screw Silence!

Author: Reecha Agarwal Goyal

Publisher: FingerPrint Publication

Genre: Poetry

First Publication: 2019

Language: English


Book Summary: She: Screw Silence!Book Review - She Screw Silence by Reecha Agarwal Goyal

Have you heard the whispers?

She woke up different today.

She smiles like she is hiding a secret.

She holds her head high, like she is wearing an invisible crown.

The air Around her is charged with confidence, strength, and courage.

Have you heard the whispers?

She woke up different today.

Yet it feels she has been like this always.

Maybe it’s the story that has changed.


Book Review: She: Screw Silence

There have been so many books on feminism in last couple of years. Reecha Agarwal Goyal explores this theme in this wonderful book of micro-tales She: Screw Silence.

Reviewing poetry is something that I continue to struggle with greatly. After all, it is a very emotional and personal experience. How does one sum that up in a manner that others can comprehend to the point of feeling?

She: Screw Silence immediately presented itself in unique manner when compared to some of my recent encounters with poetry (I have been exploring lately). There were no outbursts of anger or sorrow that begged to be understood, heard or released. Instead there was a much simpler, and none the less powerful theme occurring within; Positivity.

Broken into small and delicate doses of inspiration, Reecha Agarwal Goyal delivers reminders of hope and empowerment through uplifting words and wisdom. Lending a voice to those who often struggle with expression and fears of being heard or misunderstood, she offers promises of better things to come and the gentle reminder that we must live in the now.

This is a beautiful collection that reads with magnificent ease and still manages to provide something profound. While my time with the book with very brief (less than two hours), my experience will be ongoing. She: Screw Silence makes the first steps into that journey feel incredibly possible.

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