"Mr. Datt’s poems reflect wide international interests and attitudes and have enough interest for a wide range of readers. His subjects include the nuclear holocaust to domestic issues between man and wife. He expressed liberal sympathies taking up the cause of victimized people whether they are aboriginal Canadians, South African Blacks or Rodney King.
By combining poignant moments of boyhood experiences, realistic details concerning issues, his poetry employs richly evocative language and universal themes; social and cultural issues and its impact upon society and world politics. Naraine offers a thought provoking and intriguing examination of one man’s life and his personal growth process.
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Published September 5, 2007
Literature & Fiction.