A Stranger Lurks in My Brain

A Stranger Lurks in My Brain

by Bob D'Costa

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Overview

A sunset is not a sunset
Till it does not bleed
The word in me not a word
Till it is beaten in my wordsmith's forge.

If writings do not make you think and ponder, they are mere words put together. If they have no power to stir up your soul, it proves you actually possess no soul. Hence, these poems speak from the backstreets to the high rise of a city cutting clean into your flesh, waking your soul from its dormant state. Some take you rambling into philosophy from a personal to a universal level. Dressed in powerful imagery the poems appear fresh and first time and make you ponder.

Some words on Bo D'Costa's poems
This is what I call real poetry. Poetry of Walt Whitman, Pablo Neruda, Majaz, Mayakovsky, Sardar Jaffri and Faiz Ahmed Faiz. Late K. A. Abbas, Mirror on Who Am I

Bob D'Costa is a poet of many excellences. He is the Federico Lorca of India. Late Dr. Krishna Srinivas

Just like Bob Dylan, Bob D'Costa too can see through the mask of which we are all a part of struggling every day for a new brotherhood. Dr. Rosemary C. Wilkinson, Secretary General, World Academy of Arts and Culture, Washington.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781633234147
Publisher: BooksMango
Publication date: 01/02/2016
Pages: 58
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.14(d)

About the Author

Poet, author educationist, author of four books of poems, A Brutal Sunset, The Ten Commandments, Gods on Earth, Dark Roots writing on love, protest, social issues and quest into philosophy; Genres of novels are literary fiction, romance, mystery, paranormal and partly psychological. Two novels, Love and Life in a Changing City in paperback form, and No New Mail but Mail from a New Girl in e-book from.K. A. Abbas categorised Bob's poems to those of Walt Whitman, Pablo Neruda, Majaz, Mayakovsky, Sardar Jaffri, Faiz Ahmed Faiz. Dr. Krishna Srinivas commented on Bob as Federick Lorca of India. Rosemary C. Wilkinson, Secretary, World Academy of Arts and Culture, California categorised Bob's poems to those of Bob Dylan.Bob gives poetry readings at gatherings and takes writers for retreats in the lap of nature. Bob teaches English to students from Classes IV-XII, English for SAT and is also a Counsellor to students going for higher studies to the US. He is also a founding member of Asia Pacific Writers & Translators Association.Bob resides in Calcutta with his wife Sucheta Ghose and their son, Pablo.

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