Have you ever felt that the world inside you is building up into a bitter taste? Has life to you seem to be very promising but at the end the ends couldn’t meet? Have you been spiritually abused? Is life starting to become your worst nightmare and the people closer to you seem to be invisible because you are too absorbed in your thoughts? Is your rosy garden filled with thorns that pricks at you every time happy moments strike? Is life to you becoming more like a daydream dressed like a nightmare, wishing that you could one day wake up and find the storm all over? Are you suffering the emotional torture and life to you has started to be meaningless? How do you feel? Do you have some magic moments you would like to share but do not know how to express them in words? Are you a cupid spreading love to others and want to express it more in a poesy way? Are stuck in a middle of a love struck and would like to get over it? Do you have reminiscent memories that are sheer than the shining moon and beautiful like the night sky full of stars? Life can be wonderful sometimes.
Are you still struggling to forgive and forget about the apartheid leap that has drenched the blood of fellow South Africans? Have you travelled and lived in your friend’s souls and would like to express your emotions about what you experienced? Are you a man of nature and has a thing for the animals and creatures? Do you appreciate your life and very thankful for as long as you breathe? Have you seen the struggle of life? Those horrifying moments when everyone has turned the back on you and felt like you are in your own planet of troubles and helplessness? Have you ever sat down and looked at life from a different angle and see things that not everyone could ever see? Has that helped you enough to can confess that you understand life much better?
Poetry marks one of the shortest ways to express thoughts and emotions, it has been divided into a wide of ranges where writers express themselves in different emotions and situations. Poets put their pens on the paper to console their emotions and also to send us an important message about their experiences in life, they are our messengers of life. Poets and writers have always been regarded as the titanium towers because their souls are undefeatable for they find healing and rehabilitation in their writings. Writing also serves as a big part of the rehabilitation process. No matter how you feel, this book is designed for you with emotions and moments to share.
My Words In Volumes – Emotions Of A Poet has been written for everyone with a troubled soul. It is a book that will help you deal with all your solutions by healing your soul while making you strong. It is again aimed to teach you the important lessons of life and prepares you to all the walks of life. The poems has been carefully selected and well penned for you to get the message while healing your broken soul.
My Words In Volumes – Emotions Of A Poet is well written poetry book with 50 poems that explores emotions of a poet from his personal; public; social and economic experience. It is suited for both school and personal read. It explores different poetic structures; themes and techniques. It’s contents consists of 50 poems; foreword by Indian poet Diapayan Nair; Foreword by English Language and Literature lecture of Chandikol University Prof. Rajendra K. Padhi. It is a best book you’ll ever read.
About The Author
Musa Gift Masombuka-born on 1st April 1998, bred in Siyabuswa and grew up at Regae township in Marble Hall, South Africa. First son on his mother’s and last on his father’s side. Went to Mohlah-lane Primary school and Majatladi Secondary school. Published poet at an early age of 15, he published two anthologies and a short story book. He is a writer of mixed genres but mostly based on poetry, he also wrote a novel titled Family Riots which was lost by a good friend of him during the typing procedure. He is an arts activities group leader at his community. A SATMA Awards Best Poet nominee of 2014, Young Writers Awards finalist of 2016 for Best Poet with “The Collected Poems”. Musa has explored South Africa through his writings, reciting poems and accompanying performing artists of his community. He also works as an agent for most of his underground artists whom are dreaming of light, to promote and help them get their talents exposed to the world. He calls his promoting project “Musa Gift Masombuka Artworks” where is working with people like Fana Sooka; Tumelo Ngobeni and Thabang Makena.