Without me is a heart touching and thought provoking collection of peoms that will enlighten hearts and minds of readers and spiritually motivates them to become better humans and continue working with passion and aggression towards betterment of the society ,country and for this world. This book will not only spiritually motives the reader but it also opens up heart and convey its feelings in true spirits. The book is a complete collection of soulful gems that will refresh hearts and minds of readers since the Author believes that “Change always starts when something touches your heart”.
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More than just a well written book. It inspires you, makes you think, and help you understand your role in making this world a better place. Alexander Stalinksy
Without Me is a heart touching and inspirational collection of poems by Aurangzeb Zainulabdin. The theme of the book is spiritually motivating readers to look at life from a new angle and inspiring them to bring change in one’s self that leads to a change in society, country and in the world. His work is unconventional. It has soul and depth that evokes a desire to become a better person. What sets his work apart from the traditional poetry is his effective yet simple way of writing. He has a strong command over expressing feelings. His word choice is perfect. His writing style is beautiful and brave. He sees the world from a different perspective and doesn’t just expose the bitter realities of life but also suggests the cure. He also touches the softer side of life and captures the feelings of love , affection, care and loss so beautifully. The best thing about the book is the smoothness and flow of the poetry. It is difficult to decide which poem is the best. Without me Moonlight in the night Touch your soul Courage Diamond tears Angel eyes Let’s make this world a better place Are some of the true gems among his collection. He keeps surprising his readers with his fresh and unique ideas that it gets almost impossible not to fall in love with Aurangzeb Zainulabdin’s poetry. Laila