A beautiful collection of poems from the heart about – joy, sorrow, triumph, love and pain. Hugely drawn from my personal experiences in life, it is a true tribute to life in all its beauty.

While ‘Mother, my ode to you’, conveys how a mother continues to guide and inspire her child in every way in life’s struggles, ‘Strength’ lifts up the downcast spirit with life’s historical triumphs and wins. ‘Break free’ is about the dark vicissitudes of practical life and how the protagonist wants freedom from life’s falsities and hypocrisies. ‘Thinking of you, my love’ is about the love-filled thoughts kindled for the beloved while in ‘He comes..’ the protagonist wonders if she really deserves the new-found love in her life and doubts her destiny which has been unkind to her earlier. Quite on the same lines of ‘He comes..’ is ‘She espies..’ where she doubts her waning beauty in attracting her man, preferring to languish for him in her dreams.

This book is a story that happens in every human life and I am sure most readers will relate to the characters involved.

Product Details
File Size: 492 KB
Print Length: 41 pages
Publisher: Preeti G (May 6, 2014)
Publication Date: May 6, 2014
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Language: English
Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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Available at: AMAZON


Preeti is a freelance journal editor, ebook author and poet. Her writings have appeared in several journals. She’s a member of the writer’s group CRWROPP-B. Born and brought up in Hyderabad, she’s done her MBA in Human relations and currently resides at Mumbai with her husband and son. She’s currently working on her upcoming book which is a collection of short stories. She loves observing people around her and integrating their experiences into her short stories and poetry. Besides dabbling at cooking, she enjoys travelling, surfing the internet, reading and spending time with her family. If you’d like to connect with her, you can email her at [email protected]

Some reviews:

By Amanda R. Fields TOP 500 REVIEWER on February 17, 2015
I love reading new authors published work. Preeti Govada was raised in Hyderabad and now lives in Mumbai. She is a free lance writer and a talented poet, I really enjoyed this eBook.
’22 Poems You Should Read About Love and Life!’ concentrates on emotional reasoning and centers itself through different stages of life that we all can relate too. A wide spectrum of subjects about, romance, love, happiness, sorrow and pain. How we deal with these feelings is wrapped around a trail of beautiful symbolic words of literature through captivating prose and poetry. All smoothly bind together in food-for-thought reasoning.
My personal favorite in this eBook is called ‘Lonely’ quote:
“Ask me how it is, to spend time like this
with just myself and my agonies
Lonely and lost, frozen in fear
When everything looks dismal, all unclear…..
This is just the first part to this poem just to give you a little idea of her thoughts and how she writes pen to paper.
The essence of poetry is sadly coming to an end and is not as popular as a century ago. It’s nice to know a few writers keep it alive like Peeti. The developmental values lay within these pages that seem to give you strength and meaning through own own life’s journey. An entertaining experience.
I did however agree to read and review the 22 poems and found that I enjoyed them. The poems are short

By Wayne Elsner on March 28, 2015

I’m not sure I am the right person to be reviewing a book of poems. Poetry isn’t my normal read and they aren’t a literary form that I know much about. I did however agree to read and review the 22 poems and found that I enjoyed them.
The poems are short, which might have helped me, but they also said something to me. I don’t think I’ll choose another book of poems for my next read but for anyone who is into poetry I think they would enjoy reading 22 poems you should read about love and life.
I was given a copy for evaluation and an unbiased review
This was nice to read over the weekend

By Erika on March 23, 2015

This was nice to read over the weekend. I loved the poem, “Mother…my ode to you.” I thought of my own mother while reading that one.
Each poem is personal and heartfelt; the reader can really get a feel for the author’s suffering and contentment. There is a range of emotions in this collection.
I enjoyed reading the poems.
Very good poems

By Brenchris on February 8, 2015

Very good poems, but the book is too short.
I wanted to read more.

She has also authored another book titled

I am an Angel’s Daughter: An inspiring story” .

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