Neptune's Dusk

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Poetry - 132 pages
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Neptune's Dusk is the transformative interval during which human beings, after being saddened by the coarse realities of life and having to abort the pursuit of their humble desires for love and joy, navigate their minds in the direction of sacrifice and devote themselves to the search for wisdom and the knowledge of the higher forces of nature that govern our lives.
 

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Contents

A NEW BEGINNING
1
THE LIGHT OF HUMANITY
14
BLESSED BY NEPTUNE
27
HEIGHTS OF SIMPLICITY
39
ENDLESS AUTUMN
52
HELPLESS CRIES ON STORMY NIGHTS
65
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Tawsif Anam is a young man channeling his artistic abilities into poems. NEPTUNE'S DUSK is his second book of poems, the first one being SHE HAS SURRENDERED TO SLUMBER. While receiving education in the fields of Political Science and Economics, Tawsif Anam has a keen interest in understanding the mysteries of human life. In his first book of poems, the author briefly addressed some of the aspects of rebirth and transformation that are embedded in the course of nature. In NEPTUNE'S DUSK, the author elaborates on his views about the cycle of birth, while also reflecting upon the confinement of the soul within the body of flesh and blood. This collection of poems is the result of the author's observation of human actions, and is the product of his efforts to emphasize on the importance of knowledge and sacrifice for the attainment of purity.

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