Ishika Bansal (born 01 Oct, 2004) is a student of 7th standard and studies in St. Conrad's Inter College, Khandari, Agra The source of inspiration is the young poet's fractured environment not literary/poetic tradition . The ideal of a safe world is civilized one and motivates the poet to construct a utopia where life is immaculately perfect. This debut attempt is a vernacular creation of a tender mind that maps out a territory where flowers bloom and men smile. In a sinister world, life lacks structure. This is what constitutes the thematic of the ensemble and forms a world view on a receding horizon. What the poems reflect, in essence is the fact that the truths of life are not that complex as we have made them. They are simple, palpable and available on the surface. In her immediacy, the poet addresses us all - young and old. In a world where not much is left to rejoice and celebrate, the poems hold a promise and an assertion that all is not lost. --- lt amazes me that Ms Ishika Bansal, a seventh standard girl in her very tender age could view this world so maturely as a grown up poet or thinker Prof. Dr. K. V. Dominic, Poet, Critic, Editor: International journal on Multicultural Literature & Guild of India English Writers, Editors, Critics --- I was baffled to find a matured person's wisdom and sagacious counsels in one after another poem from this seven standard budding poet Prof C L Khatri, Poet, Critic, Editor: Cyber Literature --- Ishika's poems promise the appearance of a potent poetic voice in the horizon of Indian English Poetry in the times to come Dr. N. K. Neb, Editor in Chief - Pragati's English journal; Associate Prof. P.G.Dept. ofEnglish D.A.V. College jalandhar --- i have read the poetry of this young girl Ishika Bansal which is essentially didactic in nature and illuminating in ideas. It startles me how a young budding poetess can express so maturely Dr Harish Thakur, Professor, Editor- Conifer Calls.