About Me

A man with a heart and a poet from heart. That’s how I would describe myself in a single line.


Words are my world and my world has no limit. I love writing poems and each one has a string of my life, attached to it.


Words are the expression of my feelings. Whether it is love, happiness, sorrow, friendship, betrayal, sadness or any other feelings hovering over me; I express them all through words and somehow they fall into right places to give birth to a poetry.


Each word of my poem comes straight from my heart and I wish that it goes straight through the heart of readers also. That’s when I decided to name my blog as “Straight from Heart” and gave my blog the URL as “Straight Through Heart”.

I wanna share one interesting thing with you. If you have noticed URL of my website i.e. straighTThrougHHeart, each letter ends with the alphabet from which other letter begins. As these letters are connected to each other, I want my poems to establish that connect with its readers. I wanna see those feelings, which I poured into my poems, reflecting in your eyes, reflecting in your smile, reflecting in your tears!

So, if you feel that connect between you and my work, do follow my blog and be a support and motivation behind my upcoming poems.


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Stay positive, Stay motivated!

Author: Rohit Pandey

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27 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Glad to see you again, this time I am seeing you through the provider of the lovely prompt for the Poetry class. 🙂

    “I love writing poems and each one has a string of my life, attached to it.” I guess I share the same insight. 🙂 Though my poems are mostly fictional, there is always a tinge of my soul in each and everyone of them. 🙂

    Looking forward to reading more of your poems!

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    1. Thank you for kind words, Rosema. I love reading your work too. A poetry is best told not through words but through emotions! Your work has emotions attached to them and that’s the best part of it. God bless!

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      1. “A poetry is best told not through words but through emotions!”
        Wow. That’s an awesome line, Rohit. (Please tell me if you have name preferences so I know how to call you. I opt to make conversations personal, thus the request.) 🙂 Thank you very much for saying that. Blessings back to you!

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