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  • By Don MacIver
    Aug 18, 2009
    "Sandstone Corridor; Gopal Lahiri" Here is a contempory poet whose writing casts a spell upon its readers, a powerful elixir of images, a virtual stroll down the path that he walks. His style, unique and absorbing takes his devoted reading audience on a journey that exposes senses, strikes a nerve, cleanses the soul. Gopal Lahiri paints a finely textured picture of thoughts and emotions with his skillfully sculpted words in verse. Sandstone Corridor, as Flicker Of Hope, are a tribute to this writer...and the world that he sees. Explore this author's vision, poetic masterpiece. Don MacIver
  • By Matthew Prince
    Feb 10, 2009
    "A must read book" I find Gopals writting to be of the best. The realism is there. Capturing the image on paper with words to give you only the very best of his thoughts.Outstanding and woth excellence. Good luck and best wish's on this book too.I give it a five star rating.Radarr Spellsweepers mindless thoughts.
  • By David Atherton
    Jan 29, 2009
    "An Amazing Poet." Gopal has always been a poet to admire. His use of the language of poetry is outstanding and full of life. This book would be a great addition to your shelf.
  • By John Haines
    Oct 26, 2008
    "A Departure, but not from quality" For those new to the works of this great Wordsmith, then you'll have to pardon me for reviewing from the vantage point of knowing some of Gopal's works to date.This a is a surprising but delightful departure from Gopal's usual style, where ironically through Metaphor,you can almost smell the roses, and the Jasmine, in his own back garden. You don't quite get that with this collection, but nor are you meant to, for it is more Universal. These are musings on life and culture but in a Cosmopolitan style, which we can easily identify with, where much of the verse is literal musing, but still poetic, and of the highest quality. But there is still enough of the minimal and/or abstract to make you think. Where is the 'big house' in the first piece? Tuscany? India? Araby? Berkshire? Who knows, maybe everywhere. And 'no longer his Daughter'? Is this the saddest possibility, or adulthoood? Only Gopal knows, and decorum dictates we don't ask, here or... More > elsewhere. As Gopal, and other greats on here like Owa, know only too well, I came to Lulu without much of an appreciation of 'real' poetry. That is no longer the case, thanks in no small measure to this heaven sent Bard. John Haines ( Josh Rogan )< Less
  • By gopal lahiri
    Jun 23, 2008
    "Re: Gopalahiri" Thanks Maria for your kind words. Gopal
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Lulu Enterprises, Inc.
December 11, 2004
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.31 lbs.
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6 wide x 9 tall
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