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About the Author: Mayank Vikash, the brilliant mind behind the mesmerizing poetry collection "Forget," is a testament to the incredible diversity that lies within the human spirit. Hailing from a tech background, Mayank seamlessly merges his technical prowess with the delicate artistry of words, creating a literary landscape that captivates the hearts and minds of readers. Mayank Vikash's journey into the world of poetry is a testament to the limitless nature of creativity. Born out of a passion for self-expression, his words effortlessly weave through the complexities of life, love, and the human experience. Drawing inspiration from both the analytical world of technology and the emotive realm of the heart, Mayank's poetry resonates with a unique and compelling voice. In "Forget," Mayank Vikash invites readers on a profound journey of introspection and contemplation. Each poem is a carefully crafted piece of art, exploring the nuances of memory, letting go,

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I have written a new poem about my experience with 2 girls in the last 2 years.  I have published it as ebook. You can check it out right here: Amazon: Apple: Kobo: Smashwords: Google Books: Play store:

"Forget" by Mayank Vikash: A Poetic Exploration of Love and Loss

"Forget" by Mayank Vikash: A Poetic Exploration of Love and Loss In "Forget," Mayank Vikash, a gifted 16-year-old poet from India, offers a collection of poignant verses that delve into the universal themes of love, friendship, and the complexities of the human experience. With keen observation and a sincere voice, Mayank captures the echoes of heartbreak, the whispers of memories, and the transformative power of letting go. Key Features: Timeless Themes: The collection navigates the labyrinth of emotions, providing readers with a timeless and relatable journey through the human heart. Cultural Richness: Hailing from India, Mayank infuses his poetry with the vibrant colors of his homeland, creating a tapestry that transcends cultural boundaries. Release Date: "Forget" is set to be released on December 26, 2023, promising readers an immersive experience into the beauty and depth of Mayank's verses. Connect with Mayank Vikash: Twitter: @MayankVikash1 How

"Forget" Description

 "Forget" by Mayank Vikash: A Poetic Odyssey Through the Heart In the eloquent verses of "Forget," Mayank Vikash invites readers on a profound journey through the labyrinth of emotions that define the human experience. At the tender age of 16, Mayank unveils a collection of poems that resonate with the timeless themes of love, friendship, and the inevitable passage of time. 🌌 Embracing the Universal Human Experience: "Forget" transcends the ordinary, delving into the shared tapestry of emotions that bind us all. With a poet's keen observation and a heart that beats with sincerity, Mayank captures the echoes of heartbreak, the whispers of memories, and the transformative power of letting go. 🎨 A Palette of Cultural Richness: Hailing from the culturally rich landscapes of India, Mayank infuses his verses with the vibrant colors of his homeland. The bustling streets, the scent of spices in the air, and the warmth of familial bonds find expression within

About "Forget" by Mayank Vikash

About "Forget" by Mayank Vikash Welcome to the emotional odyssey of "Forget," a collection of poignant poems penned by the young and talented Mayank Vikash. At the age of 16, Mayank weaves a tapestry of emotions that transcends the ordinary, delving into the universal themes of love, friendship, and the intricate nuances of the human experience. 🖋️ The Poet Behind the Verses: Mayank Vikash, hailing from the culturally rich landscapes of India, brings a unique perspective to his poetry. His words reflect the vibrant colors of his homeland, drawing inspiration from the diversity and beauty that surrounds him. Despite his youth, Mayank's verses resonate with a depth that goes beyond his years. 🌟 What to Expect in "Forget": "Forget" is not just a collection of poems; it's an exploration of the echoes of heartbreak, the whispers of memories, and the transformative power of letting go. Each verse is a carefully crafted piece, inviting readers

Exciting News! Unveiling "Forget" by Mayank Vikash 🌟

 Exciting News! Unveiling "Forget" by Mayank Vikash 🌟 Dear friends and poetry enthusiasts, I am thrilled to share a special announcement with you! After months of introspection and creative exploration, I'm excited to reveal my latest poetic venture, "Forget." 📖 About "Forget": "Forget" is not just a collection of poems; it's a journey through the intricacies of love, friendship, and the tapestry of emotions that define the human experience. Each verse is a piece of my heart, woven into words that resonate with the universal stories we all share. 🌈 What to Expect: Join me as I explore the echoes of heartbreak, the whispers of memories, and the transformative power of letting go. "Forget" is more than a collection—it's an invitation to connect with the emotions that make us human. 📆 Save the Date: The official release of "Forget" is just around the corner! Mark your calendars for 26th December 2023 to immerse yo


Forget I was in grade eight, When I met a girl by fate. She was a senior and completely off the charts, But was able to penetrate the interior of this stupid heart. I met her first on the way to school, She looked like an angel in the uniform which was the rule.  We didn't talk much that year, Because I was a stranger, maybe that was what she feared. In the grade nine, our relationship was just fine. We were friends really close, we would be together I supposed. I remember an incident from the past, She almost fell on me because the driver applied the brake quite fast. I had never seen her before this close, That may be the reason I am writing this prose. Her beauty is what I admire, But being with a person of personality like her is what my heart desires.  I joined a tuition to excel in my academics, She was in the same tuition, which is what I found dramatic. We were standing outside, waiting for sir. I couldn't think what to say, that's why I said to her with utmost prid

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 int

Forget Acknowledgment

 As I share these verses with you in "Forget," I am deeply grateful for the support and inspiration that have shaped this poetic journey. To the friends and loved ones who have shared their stories and allowed me to glimpse the intricacies of their hearts, thank you for being the muses behind these words. Your experiences, laughter, and tears have infused this collection with authenticity and depth. A heartfelt appreciation goes to those who offered encouragement during the moments of creative solitude, and to those who patiently listened as I wove emotions into poetry. Special gratitude to [mention any specific individuals or influences], whose guidance and presence have left an indelible mark on this work. Lastly, to the readers who embark on this poetic voyage, may these verses resonate with your own experiences, stir emotions, and serve as companions in the shared tapestry of our human stories. —Mayank Vikash

Forget Preface

In the quiet corners of introspection and the echoes of shared moments, the verses of "Forget" emerged as a contemplative exploration of the intricate dance between love, friendship, and the inevitable passage of time. These words, penned by Mayank Vikash, transcend the boundaries of mere poetry to become a reflection of the universal human experience. As the author, Mayank shares a piece of his soul within these lines, drawing inspiration from the tapestry of his own journey through relationships, both fleeting and enduring. "Forget" is more than a collection of verses; it is a chronicle of emotions woven into the fabric of existence. It is an offering, an intimate glimpse into the complexities that shape our connections and influence the way we navigate the labyrinth of our hearts. May these verses resonate with you, dear reader, in moments of joy, reflection, and, perhaps, in the bittersweet embrace of letting go. Mayank Vikash extends an invitation to explore th

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 o

Forget Epigraph

 In the dance of memories, where hearts collide, Echoes of forgotten whispers and moments reside. - Mayank Vikash

Forget Poem Copyright

Copyright © 2023 by Mayank Vikash. All rights reserved. This poem, including all of its parts, is the intellectual property of Mayank Vikash. It is protected under copyright law and may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, displayed, published, or broadcast without the prior written permission of Mayank Vikash. For inquiries about using or licensing this poem, please contact Mayank Vikash at Unauthorized use or reproduction of this poem may result in legal consequences.

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