Guest author: Daisy Bala ~ A Bouquet of Poetry

Daisy is a passionate author and blogger living in Chicago suburbs with her husband and two kids. She is a nature lover who draws her musings from the verdant green bounty around her. Her walk-in woods continuously inspire her to drink through the day’s eye and scribble the thoughts in her blogs. If not writing, she’s running around after her 11 month old, changing diapers or teaching her 8-year-old the basics of geometry. Her love for the seasons and flora is implicit in her vivid writings. Daisy hails from New Delhi, India and has been in the US for the last six years. She has been blogging since 2016 and just published her poetry ebook through the blogchatter platform.

A physics graduate and a master’s in Human Resources, Daisy is a homemaker thriving on positivity and blogging!!

She has been published at Literary Voice, Womensweb, Silverbirchpress, Creative Talent Unleashed, Wonderful Woman, Blogadda and TOI reader’s blog!!

Daisy has always been a nature enthusiast and scribbled her musings in her daily blog, calling it “happiness writing”. But when life threw an invincible opportunity to convert that blog into a book- her dream poetry bouquet, she called it “blissful writing!!”

She recently participated in the May 2020 blogchatter ebook carnival launching her ebook- a poetry Bouquet “ Blossoms and Foliages”.

For her, It was an enlightening successful feeling of being published and getting noticed. 

In her own words, she says, “I believe, if you stay close to nature, it will never fail you”. 

“When you walk the woods drinking through your eyes and smelling the wild flowers. When you shine in refulgence or feel the dappled sunshine through leaves, the shadows fall behind you. Your thoughts are exfoliated like a mindfulness practice and you pause to introspect. The sunshine falls on you, shines within you, liberating you!!”

Daisy invites everyone to come and jibe with nature through her nature musings, in her poetry collection!!

Blossoms and Foliages

Daisy Bala

Blossoms and Foliages is a bouquet of poetry made of blooms and nature’s bounty, condensed into words dripping with crisp freshness and nature’s vivaciousness. The poems revolve around the kaleidoscope of seasons, the mid-summer blooms, watching the daisies grow, ushering fall colors and frozen icicles. Walks in the woods and musings outside the patio are the inspiration for these floral monologues. Drink through your eyes and smell the bluebells as you linger with this poetry bouquet.

The book can be found at

You can also follow Daisy at her blog:

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About Sue Vincent

Sue Vincent is a Yorkshire-born writer and one of the Directors of The Silent Eye, a modern Mystery School. She writes alone and with Stuart France, exploring ancient myths, the mysterious landscape of Albion and the inner journey of the soul. Find out more at France and Vincent. She is owned by a small dog who also blogs. Follow her at and on Twitter @SCVincent. Find her books on Goodreads and follow her on Amazon worldwide to find out about new releases and offers. Email:
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5 Responses to Guest author: Daisy Bala ~ A Bouquet of Poetry

  1. Lovely to meet Daisy.. thanks for sharing Sue..x


  2. daisybala says:

    Thank you featuring me on your awesome blog Sue😊❤️reblogging this on freshdaisiesdotme!! It was an honor and pleasure!!


  3. Pingback: Guest author: Daisy Bala ~ A Bouquet of Poetry – freshdaisiesdotme

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