Bees Of The Invisible
LANDSCAPES/KAVIBHARATI by Keki N. Daruwalla Oxford University Press/Bharat Bhavan, Bhopal, 1987, 72 pp., 30.00
July-August 1987, volume 11, No 4

Keki N. Daruwalla’s latest collection of poems reinforces his already substantial reputation as a poet. Containing twenty-six poems, the book takes the reader across almost as many landscapes. The descriptions of each comes with a deft mixing of the palette-hues. But there is more—much more—than colour to Daruwalla’s des-criptions. There is a three-dimensional quality about them. One can feel the descrip-tions, Braille-like, as it were. And then there is a continuous background hum to the lines, as comes from a sea-conch placed against one’s ears.

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