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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Window of Within: Nature by Nicole Anderson is an uplifting collection of poems that calms the mind of the reader. It revolves around the concept of Nature being the ultimate healer in one's life. Nature speaks to our souls in many ways. It's just that our lives have become so hectic and chaotic that we have no time to observe or soak in its healing power. Nature is always willing to help those who are receptive to its beauty and its colorful charm. The book will change our perspective on Nature and will make us look at our surroundings with more precision and intensity.
All the poems speak about the beauty of Nature and its prominence in our daily lives. Whether it is 'Morning Glory', 'Under the Harvest Moon' or 'Azure Skies', the author's love for Nature and all its exquisite elements is obvious. The serenity of a sunset and the charm of the seaside are also captured beautifully and aesthetically by the poet. The poet has taken a lot of time in detailing the intricacies and the nuances of Nature that are refreshing and rejuvenating for the soul.
I find Nature very inspiring and the poet reaffirms that thought by words that connect the reader on a spiritual plane with the joys of nature. Reveling in the joys of nature is indeed good for all of us and the poems are sublime and soothing to all the senses. It is a collection worth going through and also worth owning.