PETTY things often neglected in our mundane daily routines are given greater meaning in Madame Blossom’s Book of Poems.
While rummaging through our shelves, we stumbled upon this collection of writings which we thought deserves a mention.
Written and illustrated by independent Singaporean filmmaker Erni M. Kasim — the face behind Dunia Chantek — readers of this set are given the opportunity to indulge in the simple things in life.
In a chapter of the book titled Love Nature, the author romanticises the first glimpse of rain clouds and graceful rainbows. I Notice is a fine example of the sort of material to encounter across these pages.
Though few have had the fortune to hold a copy, Kassim’s work has garnered her fans.
These words also explain what I felt, in others I feel like it gives me a bit of confidence.
Words are fluttery. Beautiful.
— Kiyomi Tokuyama
Madame Blossom’s pieces are dedicated to girls, women and men who want to understand women.
This reflective set of poetry was first published three years ago, but can still be found today from selected vendors. We might have a spare copy — let us know!
For more information on Madame Blossom’s Book of Poems or where it can be found, look here.