Kuch Woh Pal is a collection of Hindi poems through which the writer takes you on a journey blended with ecstatic and painful experiences of a young boy taking on the struggles of life where he is away from his home for studies, makes new friends, finds love, break up with her and finally going through a tumult of emotions like anger, depression, apathy, romance, frustration, loneliness, separation, abandonment, etc.

Read this book and you'll be taken down memory lane to sense emotions that were once considered dead, which are now touching your soul. Plan a date with yourself, partner or your friends and read it over a cup of tea or coffee; catch up with your friends over a beer at the beach or during a get-together or to propose to the love of your life. This book will surely leave your mind and heart in a tangle of romance, sympathy and self-revelation.


I loved reading the short poems. They are heart-touching and each and every line is so meaningful. There are poems on friendship, true love and family love and memories attached to every important relationship in journey of life. I enjoyed reading these poems in one go. I loved the writing style of the author. The words used are easy to understand. Readers can very well related this book to their own life as at some point of time in our life, we all have experienced the pain of separation from our family, our friends and our loved one. The feelings are very well-experienced through words and the flow of the poems makes you reading more interesting. I would love to recommend this to everyone who love reading poetry.


Subrat Saurabh, a writer, poet and blogger, is popularly known by his pen name ChickenBiryanii on social media sites. He is proficient in writing witty one-liners, a skill he employs liberally on Twitter using his pen name. His tweets and witty liners were telecast and appreciated over television channels and it frequently gets picked up and published in leading newspapers or online news portals and go viral on WhatsApp. His poetry and short stories have been published in various magazines.

He completed his schooling from DAV JVM Shayamli, Ranchi, and pursued his Engineering from KLESCET, Belgaum. He is currently working as a Senior Consultant in Wipro Ltd. and lives in Bangalore. In his own words, he is a small-town boy born in Muzaffarpur, Bihar; who is a keen observer of different moods and phases of people around him, which gives the inspiration to pen them down as words of Hindi poetry. Subrat Saurabh can be contacted on Twitter, Facebook or via his Website.

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