Selinaah Muralitharan is indeed a force to be reckoned with in the world of poetry. The young lass has once again engraved her name in the prestigious Malaysia Book of Records for penning the 'Longest Melancholic Poem Composed (English) - which consists of 3,324 words and 118 stanzas in the poem bearing the title - “Let Me Let You Go”.

That's an impressive achievement for Selinaah!

Writing a melancholic poem is no easy feat, and to have it recognized as the longest of its kind in the Malaysia Book of Records is a testament to her talent and dedication as a poet.

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Poetry is a powerful medium for expressing emotions and ideas, and it's a great way to connect with readers and listeners on a deep level. Previously, the MAHSA Medical student set a record for being the new record holder in the Asia Book of Records for composing the Longest Love Poem in the region.

The 24-year-old poet wrote her first poem, entitled Flawed Ballerina, for her close friend whom she knew for years and made a name for herself by setting a new record for writing the Longest Love Poem (English) in the world of the Malaysia Book of Records (MBR), 2019.

From publishing her first poetry book entitled, A Hundred Thought, Selinaah owns two Malaysia Book of Records titles to date and a gem that set an inspiration to all the young lads and lasses around the world.

It's always inspiring to see young teens breaking records and achieving their goals, and we wish Selinaah all the best as she continues to pursue her passion for poetry.

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