We were thrilled by the visuals in your poetry.
Sarabjeet - Your essay is excellent. It?s exactly what I was hoping for. Thank you very much.
[Your poem "Lullaby of the Ever-Returning"] is so beautiful ... I'm going to print and frame it to hang in my study back home in the U.S.
I loved your poem. One can surely understand the emotions. Keep up the good work. Can I join your fanclub?
Bitter sweet, cruel, empathetic, funny, sad, waxing and waning - all at the same time. Your stories are beginning to have a lot more of the physical element in them these days than before. Your poems often had it. Now the Sarab signature from the poems has slowly made its way into the prose.
I read ?The Name of a River?. It?s very touching. Keep writing.
I don?t believe you wrote such a hi-fundu poem: ?raat ho gayi praat?. Rishi forwarded it to me and after reading it slowly and carefully I was shocked. The poem had a deep thought, philosophy, and it was really very hi-fundu. Good one!
Your writing is linguistically vivid.
You write with commitment. These poems reflect your deep literary and philosophical sensibilities beautifully blended with each other.
"[Lullaby of the Ever-Returning is] produced so elegantly. Just to hold it in hands and flip the pages is a joy. You speak through every page.
"Your interview in Ceylon Today . . . gives me a chance to peak into your rich sources of inspiration and art. Several of the Sikh Gurus were indeed true poets and a blessing for their followers. ?The Name of a River? is a very beautiful piece.