He observers simple words like “clip” that ring a bell and thus unfolds his “life in death” epiphanies that keep us hooked to his work. This is where to start if you are looking to explore the poet’s works and have a correct understanding of his philosophy towards life, spirituality and transcendence.
In Rob Harle’s words, “An old saying goes, ‘A day without wine is a day without sunshine!’ The sun shines brightly from the pages of Kiriti Sengupta’s latest book My Glass of Wine. As the subtitle, It was not only the wine, but that the glass was mine suggests, the book is largely about Kiriti’s life, loves and adventures. A highly personal communication. Short prose vignettes, at times presenting challenging ideas, each followed by an associated poem make this slim volume a delightful read.”