A Little Extra Love Might Help is a poetry book that captures the rawest part that lies beneath the layers of life—the bubbles of emotions that keep rising up and bursting inside ourselves while we go through different phases of life: a new love affair, heartbreaks, monsoon arrival, summer heats,
winter nights, the gain and the loss, the fall and the rise, late night drives with old songs, the simple pleasure of a good coffee with friends, our smiles, tears, dreams, and many more such experiences that we ignore in our everyday lives; but they keep accumulating beneath the layers and
remind us that life is nothing but just a cocktail of different such bubbles.
Swati Omprakash is a storyteller and observer. She chose her poet pen name as Miss Drunk Poetry, because she was inspired to write and post her poetry on her social media account after reading one of Charles Baudelaire’s posts called "Be Drunk." She has been a reader and writer since her college time, but only now has she decided to go with publishing her own book. She believes in the power of words and the way they touch so many souls. Art is the only way to reach someone’s heart, and everything that reaches our heart is an art in itself.