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I Witness : Partial Observations
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How do poems grow? They grow out of your life’ Robert Penn Warren. Replete with wit,satire,humour and a passionate awareness of the ever-changing world, Kapil Sibal’s collection of poetry is a testimony to Warren’s belief. With varied themes ranging from love, desire, friendship, world economy, terrorism and international affairs, the poems take us on a path to discover a universe that is so perfect in its imperfection. The emotions and thoughts central to Kapil Sibal’s life weave a rhythmic story of his world within ‘Hamlet personifies Doubt – Honest, eloquent doubt. A lawyer-politician cannot afford to be that soliloquizing Prince. But within the agonising Denmarks of betrayal, intrigue and worse, Kapil Sibal has found-made- a poetic space where he can ask if he is meant to be or not to be, himself.’ Gopalkrishna Gandhi If poetry is only emotions and feelings, it affects our minds for a short while. If it is only intellect and wisdom it doesn’t touch our hearts. Kapil Sibal’s poetry is a synthesis of emotions and intellect. His poems are felt thoughts’ Javed Akhtar