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Pulwama girl pens debut poetry collection

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Pulwama, May 28: A teenage girl in south Kashmir’s Pulwama has penned debut poetry collection titled "MEE HALF-The Dispersed Soul", a collection of 60 poems.

Syed Aksa Jabeen Andrabi, 19, hails from Pahoo village of south Kashmir's Pulwama district. She is currently pursuing BSC in applied mathematics from Islamic University of Science and Technology Awantipora.

Aksa has done her schooling from Delhi Modern Public School Pampore.

Talking to Kashmir Images Aksa says that she had a flair for writing since childhood. “With the passage of time, I started writing articles in daily locals. Finally I started putting my thoughts in black and white through poetry,” she says.

"I wrote my first poem in 2016 when I was studying in 12th standard and since then I have penned more than hundred poems. The book is multi themed and revolves around Kashmir cause, betrayal by loved ones, crisis of Syrian child and many other issues," she adds.

Aksa says that her parents, uncle and teachers have always encouraged her about writing. “The book is available on e-commerce websites,” she adds.

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