This is Bina “Artiste” Chauhan's second book of poetry. She likes writing poetry the best, as it's free-versed and is easier to manipulate words and to make it sound pretty.
Her biggest influences are David Suzuki, Mother Teresa, and Leonardo DaVinci. But it's the world itself that influences her. Everything from nature to the busy city life to serenity in her own home to her violent past. She's unafraid and wants to be real.
She is not stuck in her mental illness. Rather, she's a vigilante in using her creative powers for good and healing.