Growing Up is a collection of poems that the author wrote during her growing years, her years of adolescence. As such they reflect all the agony and ecstasy of growing up. The pain and pleasure, joy and confusion, light and darkness of the teenage years are beautifully and poignantly expressed in this collection of poetry that will find resonance with everyone who has found growing up just a little bit difficult at times.
Brings out the hidden meaning
In the Banality
of everyday existence
Growing Up by Ruhee is perfect teen poetry – short, Raw and sweet.
There are two sections – Poems of age 13 to 15 and then from age 15
to age 18.
As we go reading the poems, it feels that it is an elevation from confused to clarity
The cover is decent and the blurb indicates the blend of emotions during the adolescence life – growing up.
These are the poems that can inspire, intrigue and enlighten readers of all tastes.
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