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Conversations in Ink;Anjali Shah H/C

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Conversations In Ink is a collection of Poetry, Musings and Imagery. Words and sentences that subtly remind of all good things and bad.

Powerfully stroked through sentiments of all things close to the heart. This book takes one through different phases of life. Journey of love, life, friendships, grief, nature, growth gratitude and so much more.

Hours spent with the noble pencil and the humble eraser have given life to imagination and color to innumerable shades of black. Be it in the words or the sketches, this book is sure to resonate with you.
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