Could words save the world? One Word did before…but maybe I can contribute mine. 

Words: the greatest human tool. I have been fascinated by them since the days I had the luxury to read Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar as I approached my 8th birthday. There is a certain beauty in them that turn the adage about words and images on its head.

Images make you see, words make you feel. Sometimes we have all these images thrown at us which fire the inner child with the vivid imagination.

Here are words and sounds to rekindle the fondness for that child-like employment of mind-sight; imagine the words in order to see the reality in the way your soul understands best. This profound deference to reality kills our indifference to the feelings and plight of the other souls which walk with us; it makes us more human.

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3 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hi there.

    I’m Farhad’s older sister and was really blessed to stumble upon this sweet poem today. My mother and I want to thank you for writing something that touched us deeply on what is a very difficult day.

    Thank you,

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  2. Hi May,

    The pleasure is mine. Although I knew him just for a short while, he was a special young man I must say. God will heal and refill, while he watches you from beyond. Stay blessed.
    You’re welcome


  3. Hello Sir,

    I am ANYAKEM Armstrong writer and Editor for Kamer Voices, a new literary magazine for Cameroonian writers.

    We came across your poems on Poetrysoup website and will be interested in including one of them in our first issue scheduled for April 2022.

    We’ll be honoured to discuss this further with you.

    You can contact us at 679217454 or by email at aanyakem@gmail.com

    If you may leave us your contact we can equally reach you.

    Thanks for your time.


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