Forget About the Author

 At the age of 16, Mayank Vikash emerges as a young poet from the vibrant tapestry of India. Born with a pen in hand and a heart brimming with emotions, Mayank crafts verses that transcend the boundaries of age, offering a poignant exploration of love, friendship, and the nuances of the human experience.

Hailing from the culturally rich landscape of India, Mayank draws inspiration from the diversity and beauty that surrounds him. His verses reflect not only the universal themes that connect us all but also the unique colors of his homeland. The bustling streets, the scent of spices in the air, and the warmth of familial bonds find a place within the lines he weaves.

Despite his youthful age, Mayank Vikash's poetry resonates with a depth and sincerity that belies his years. His work invites readers to embark on an introspective journey, where emotions are laid bare, and the complexities of relationships are explored with a keen and discerning eye.

As he continues to navigate the intricacies of adolescence, Mayank's writing serves as a testament to the power of self-expression and the enduring nature of creativity. In "Forget" and beyond, Mayank Vikash invites readers to join him on a poetic odyssey that transcends time and place.



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