@BramptonLibrary: Hindi Poetry
This poem expresses different dimensions of love: social, emotional, spiritual, and physical. I have used metaphors and analogies from history, literature, and mythology to showcase different forms that love takes.
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Dr. Kanika Verma is a Lecturer in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) of Canada with teaching and research experience/interest in English as a Second Language (ESL), higher education, active learning, human geography, geospatial thinking, and statistics. With more than 9 years of experience in education, she has received 15 awards and several other recognitions for her research, teaching, and service. She has presented her award-winning research studies at more than 40 professional conferences. Dr. Verma has authored five peer-reviewed journal articles, two peer-reviewed book chapters, and one peer-reviewed e-book. Dr. Verma is also a poet. She published her first English poetry book entitled "Just a Breath Away" in May 2018. It is available on Amazon (http://www.amazon.com/dp/0692127763) and is catalogued in Brampton Library, Canada. More than 30 of her Hindi poems have been published in several literary magazines. She has performed her poetry live on diverse platforms. She received Story Mirror’s “Author of the Week” award in April 2020 for her Hindi poetry. Her impetus for writing comes from passion for life and observing, understanding, and surviving human relationships.
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