Poetry is not old, fragile, and intellectual. Poetry is stronger and fresher than we all believe. It is imaginative, alluring and elegant in all its attributes and sketches of realities of life. A word makes us to think on a thought. A sentence makes us to feel a sentiment. Thus, poetry makes us to feel an emotion. Poetry is not a revolving sphere of human emotions encountered during our lifetime. Instead, it is altogether, the nurturing emotions which have become an escape from all kinds of human emotions, it is collective clusters of anxieties and despairs encountered during the journey of human life. A good poetry is the chiseled marble of gifted language. It is a paint-spattered work of art by the poet himself using words instead of paint, and a colorful sketch on a broad life canvas. The features most vital to the definition of poetry is its unwillingness to be definite, well analyzed, or detailed down. Poets are parsimonious and unrelentingly significant in the way they spread out words. WILLIAMS PEN goes well beyond this, considering a word’s emotive, sensitive qualities, its back-story, its melodious worth, its double-or triple-entendres, and even its spatial relationship of each and every pages of this book which is clearly and distinctly followed.