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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Musical Thoughts by Ami Kalsi is a collection of poems that share human experiences in their essence. From talking about human behavior to finding happiness even in the smallest of things, this collection shares human experiences and how some things have a great impact on our minds and bodies years after it happened. The message is incredibly positive and hopeful, how you should always be proud of what you have achieved and be hopeful about the future because you may even surprise yourself. Giggles of that Valley Girl is a sweet yet reminiscing poem that will take you back in time to that childhood innocence when everything was simple and pure. From there onwards, the author takes the reader on a journey of growth, of understanding, of experiences and of finding answers to questions that you don’t even know you had.
The poems are subtle, they are smooth and they are soft. However, all of this is an illusion. These poems hold a deeper meaning and I believe they will hold a different meaning for all of us. The experiences shared are very real and may seem insignificant, but a closer look will reveal that they are actually very simple things that we all go through. Ami Kalsi weaves a pretty picture and then invites you to take that picture apart one layer after the other and make your own meaning of it. My favorite poems were Trampoline, Smile… Always and One Day I; they all feel very personal to me and made me feel like the author shared my memory. Musical Thoughts by Ami Kalsi is an incredible collection, one that I will cherish for a long time.