From despair comes loathing, from loathing comes solitude, from solitude comes wisdom, from wisdom comes growth, and from growth sprouts a new perspective on life. This is the core of The Feeling May Remain: The icebergs of pain, loss, and grief, submerged in the ocean of love, self–care, and healing.
The Feeling May Remain brings the first substantial collection of Akif Kichloo's work to the public. The title Feeling May Remain can be interpreted as an adjective or as a short declarative sentence, something to think about right away.
Amidst the uncertainties of this amazing, terrible, magical, horrible yet beautiful life, as Akif puts it, his writing brings new perspectives to existence, with poems that range from cute and sexy to stark and dead serious, hence speaking in more than one way to the sensibilities of his readers from all over the globe.
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About the Author
When he is not pursuing artistic excellence, he is either busy looking after his patients or doing clinical research work in the field of anaesthesiology. In his free time, Akif can be found making crazy faces and baby noises with his adorable nephew Adam.
Akif Kichloo started writing at an early age, having contributed for publications like The Huffington Post and The Wire, he continues to write for various newspapers and magazines internationally. In addition, he was invited to speak at the prestigious TEDx stage at Christ University to present his talk Follow Your Confusion.
Amidst the uncertainties of this amazing, magical, horrible, beautiful life, as he puts it, Akif Kichloo writes of love, grief, healing and self care, posting a couple of poems weekly to his various social media pages with a huge following of avid readers and poetry lovers from all over the world. You can follow him on Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, Pinterest or Twitter @akifkichloo