Authored By: Sameer Ahsan
Year of Publication: 2018
|Pages: 74||Binding: Paperback(PB)|
Category: Poetry, Fiction and Short Stories
|Price in Rs. 175.00||Price in (USA) $. 14|
The Bleak Moon is a collection of poems by Mr. Sameer Ahsan, an educationist, settled in Delhi. The book is collection of assorted poems, where one finds a variety of topics, that the poet has beautifully expressed in his own style, which is fresh, bright, clear and vivid.
Moon is an epitome of calmness, tranquility, and serene nature. However, The Bleak Moon showcases contemporary concerns, which has affected the peaceful nature into austerity.
Love has been his favorite topic; the book also points its fingers to varied topics on present-day issues, which has touched the inner sense of the poet deeply. Many of the poems are very deep in meaning. His fearless attitude towards injustice prevailing in the society is opened up in many works. The book also talks about compassion for other fellow beings through some of his poems.
Sameer Ahsan was born in a conservative Bihari family and was brought up in a village environment; in perfect harmony with nature, which reflects his love for nature and compassion for his fellow beings. A staunch conservationist, Sameer is an unshaken personality in any adverse situation.
An upright person, he gets hurt at injustice done to any creature of the world, which has landed him in working in a number of NGOs.
After completing his Masters in English Literature, he began a career as an educationist. A passion for writing was kindled in him right from his school and college days. While at University, he began some serious writing works and started to publish it in different forums. Though he loves writing stories and novels, his poems are fresh, articulate and carry a strong message on contemporary issues.
The Bleak Moon is his first published book, which is a collection of versatile poems on varied topics; from love to politics, contemporary issues, nature, compassion for animals and many more.
He can be contacted in firstname.lastname@example.org