Forget Foreword

 In the delicate tapestry of emotions, Mayank Vikash weaves a poignant narrative with his poem, a profound exploration of the complexities and nuances that accompany the journey of love and friendship. With a keen eye for detail and a heart attuned to the rhythm of human connection, Mayank invites us into a world where memories, both cherished and painful, form the very fabric of our existence.


As you embark on this poetic odyssey, allow the verses to speak to you, unraveling the threads of shared laughter, silent confessions, and the inevitable passage of time. Mayank's words serve as a timeless reminder that within the ebb and flow of relationships, we discover the true essence of ourselves and those who grace our lives.


In "Forget," Mayank Vikash opens a window to the soul, inviting readers to reflect on their own experiences of love, loss, and the enduring spirit of friendship. This collection is more than poetry; it is an introspective journey, a lyrical meditation on the human heart's capacity to endure, evolve, and, ultimately, to find solace.


—Mayank Vikash


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