In the true spirit of poetry: Jamshedpur youth Arindol Dey pens book of poems

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Jamshedpur, July 2: Arindol Dey, a former student of Narbheram Hansraj English School has penned a book of poetry titled ‘The Midsummer’s Dusk’. The book is a collection of 21 heart-warming poems.

“It is not only just a book of poems but a collection of some memories and real tales of my life. Some poems are based on recent incidents in India. It covers subjects like love, infatuation, motivation and nature,” said Arindol. He said that he wants to inspire the younger generation through his work.

The young poet has been a part of many national and international writing communities and wishes to be a motivational speaker in the future. His love for food made him influenced towards the culinary and food industry. At present he is pursuing a hotel management course from Welcomgroup Graduate School of Hotel Administration, Manipal University.  He is pursuing a Bachelor’s in Culinary Arts and Applied Hospitality.

He has served as an editor of the anthology ‘Ethereal’ a world-wide compilation by TWOHT Publications and a part of many ongoing World Records Project with Fanatixx Publications and The World Of Hidden Thoughts Publications.  His book is out in Amazon India, USA, UK, Japan, Germany, France and few more in both paperback and Kindle versions. It has been published by Notion Press India Publication House.

Besides being a voracious reader, Arindol ‘s habit of creative writing also helped develop his poetry skills. “ I wrote my first poem at the age of 17 years and it took me 2.5 years to compile all the poems for publication. I have always been a very thoughtful and inquisitive child and writing helped me express himself,” said Dey, a great fan of poet HW Longfellow.

Arindol said that he loves to speak to different people and observe their mindset. “They will come into your life as strangers only when you opt for exploring the world. Make them your best mates, learn from them because they will tell more about you without any expectation. As you travel and look outside the window, you will either see wonders or dreariness, love or hate, acceptance or rejection and the list goes on. Accept what you have and work upon it. Keep pursuing and keep persisting,” he said, sharing his experiences so far.

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