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Untouched

by Bardar Bardar

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Poetry is unlike any other form of literature. A good poem can express so much in few words, and it can completely change one’s perspective on things in just a couple of stanzas. This is exactly what the poems in Bardar’s newest volume, “Untouched”, manage to do. Why did the young poet choose the title “Untouched” for his collection of poems? Because the topics he approaches are rarely used in poetry. Bardar’s perspective is fresh, and his way of discussing complex issues, such as kidnapping, sexual abuse, psychology, is truly unique.

“Untouched” contains five chapters, each dealing with a specific topic. Readers will find the first one, “Abduction”, particularly moving and thought-provoking. The problem he chose to address here is very common today. However, people often prefer to ignore it or simply not talk about it. What Bardar’s poems manage to do is determine readers to think about such terrible issues and become aware of the fact that they should never be treated lightly or ignored. The second chapter is titled “Cosmos”, and the poems offer a new, incredible perspective on our world. The next three chapters, “Mistakes, “The Songwriter”, and “Independent Poems”, are just as beautiful and inspiring as the first two. The poems draw the readers’ attention on themes such as love, longing, growing up, music, and the importance of art in our lives.

Bardar’s poetic language is simple, fresh, and honest. He uses powerful words and images that immediately create a great impact on the readers. They will find themselves thinking about the poems they have read long after closing the book. “Untouched” is one of those poetry volumes that should get a place of honor on any poetry lover’s personal shelf.

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