leave behind the mental prison
life isn’t a game
be not desperate to win it
follow your dream, live in it!
Women often see and feel the world differently than others. It is through their eyes that we are able to gain a different perspective on life, love, heartbreak, and everything in between.
In a debut collection of prose and poetry, Sneha Vishwakarma lyrically paints a raw, honest picture that reveals a glimpse into the heart and soul of a woman on a journey inward as she reflects on how she feels, reacts, and moves forward in life. In verse inspired by her personal experiences, Sneha retells how a woman feels in different phases of her life that include falling in love, enduring a broken heart, turning loss into learning lessons, and moving from depression to a more contented, purposeful existence.
I Wish I Could is an anthology of free verse and prose that reflects on life as a new voice in the literary world explores feelings of love, sadness, and what it means to be a woman.