Blossoms and Foliages by Daisy Bala Book Review

Book Review: Blossoms and Foliages by Daisy Bala | #BlogChatterEbook

Deep within, each one of us is a nature lover who loves and appreciates the wonders of the Earth. 2020 has been a year full of surprises. No one would have imagined that Mother Nature would take a revolutionary step towards healing herself. Today when one looks out of the window, one witnesses a clear sky with birds chirping, flowers blossoming and a cleaner foliage of trees completing the scene.

Here’s a book that will give voice to your feelings about Mother Nature: Blossoms & Foliages by Daisy Bala. 


BlogChatter published Daisy Bala’s book, Blossoms and Foliages as part of their Ebook Carnival in May 2020

What I loved about the book?

God gifts some people with the unique skill of using words to thread thoughts & feelings together. Daisy Bala is one such poetess; her book, Blossoms & Foliages rightly resonates the heartfelt musings of every nature lover.

Many have attempted to pen down their appreciation towards the beauty of the environment, very few poems touch the reader’s heart. Daisy Bala’s book shines among the crowd as a shining example of what Indie Authors are setting out to achieve.

Reading this book is like taking a dip among picturesque nature. Lovers of poetry and nature will absolutely love way Daisy has crafted each poem to offer an amazing experience to the reader.

Parents who want their kids to increase their vocabulary or polish their creative writing skills, must make their children read this collection of poems.

Full marks to Daisy for creating an inclusive book where she has taken efforts to ensure that the book is readable for visually impaired readers. 

My favourite poem from Daisy Bala’s, Blossoms and Foliages

Symbiotic Relationship – A beautiful poem that highlights the role of the roots of a tree in providing clean air to the Earth. The word play is out of this world!

Quoting my favourite portion:

A sweet nothing fungus here and a whistle of mulch there,

It is official!! Your sugary woods are my breathing tubes

Clasp me like always I am nothing wood out you!

I am rooting on you!!

I am Rooting for you!!

The downside of the book:

Nature lovers will ignore the minor proof errors, however, Grammar Nazis will nitpick on these. The overall flow of the poems remains undisturbed despite this minor error. However, I believe that the poetess could have stacked the poems according to genres or topics–that way the reader could choose which section to read first.

Verdict: 4.5/5

The language is comparable to that used by any prominent international poet.

Blossoms and Foliages by Daisy Bala

Here’s the download link:

Blossoms and Foliages by Daisy Bala

Quick Snapshot:

  • Book Name: Blossoms and Foliages
  • Author: Daisy Bala
  • Reviewed By: Mayura Amarkant (DiaryOfAnInsaneWriter)
  • Publisher: Blogchatter
  • Pages and format (Paperback or eBook): 67 pages, ebook
  • Price: Free download
  • Language: English
  • Genre: Poetry
  • Rating: 4.5/5

Download the book, read it and share your views in the comment section below. 

Penned by:

Mayura Amarkant

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Disclaimer: This is NOT a sponsored post. DiaryOfAnInsaneWriter takes no responsibility of the content quality, endorsements or information put out by Daisy, BlogChatter or its associates. We have published the above review because we bought the book, read it and loved the writing. DiaryOfAnInsaneWriter urges readers to take their buying/ reading decision independently after doing their own due-diligence. 


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