Srinagar, 07 August (EK): Masoom Fatima, A 15 year old amateaur writer who has published her book “Kaleidoscope Of My Imagination”.
Hailing from Eidgah srinagar, she is currently studying in 8th Class at R P School Nagbal.
Talking to Eternal kashmir (EK) Fatima said that “I have had started writing from my 6th standard. Whatsoever I used to see or feel I used to write it in the shape of poems. During lockdown I thought to give my compilation of poems the shape of a book. First I had a lot of interest in reading books, I used to read so many books and gradually I got interest in writing. This is my first book, it contains 20 poems which I have published. I believe that a person should be the critic of oneself first. Being a writer means being someone who has developed self-awareness about what they do and why they do it. Being a writer means understanding that if you do something it will have an effect; and understanding that you have a choice about whether to do it or not. I am thankful to Allah that my parents have always supported me in everything, even my teachers and school everyone has supported me and due to them i was able to procure this book. I have always been passionate and have a desire to continue my writing.
Talking about my book, Kaleidoscope of my Imaginations” is the window to peep into the world of a teenage girl whose multifold sensitive being is touched by a variety of ideas. The rhythm and rhyme of her innocent being is presented as a bouquet of these amateurish poems.
I believe everyone has unique skills and talents, and that is what makes each one of us special. People realize their talents at different stages in their lives. Giving back to the community by sharing the skill I have is what makes the difference. Everyone has at least one thing they are really good at. But what really matters is the support and appreciation that we people get from people especially from our parents.
“Believe in yourself. You are braver than you think, more talented than you know, and capable of more than you imagine”, she quoted.