Silhouette of Voice is a streak from the panoramic perspectives towards factual and fancied state of affairs. It is a soundly subjective consciousness of the ideas and truths in their very nature. It also entails a epitomized understanding from an objective standpoint but nevertheless it stands out as an independent commentary. It is a fluid viewpoint of how love colors; how desire lives and solitude emotes. It encircles how the inertia and monotony of mundane life malign the hours of leisure and how wings of sleep minimize the burden. Love is a mirage and life is its retreat. The echo of silence becomes the rhythm and Time plays the melody. Time is an inescapable and linear shade of truth and how we take a resort in its fragile shadow. The immortal design of life perpetuates in every single act; perceived or practiced. Life is a mere act of breathing, and breathing becomes a celebration of little events. This silhouette is neither linear nor plain rather rich in hues and tones of truths we live with.
Hafsah Bashir is an author ,poet and home maker with three kids. She lives in New York and has published her major work in comparative literatures as “Peace and Politics; a Polemical Reflection”. She intends to create an audible female diaspora voice with subjective and collective experiences in her work. In her collection of poems “the silhouette of voice” she intimately draws a spherical scope of sensibilities in her own specific colors; and these colors have voice