The Poetry of Jim Shelley by Jacob Yusufov

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Split into three parts, these poems range from a variety of topics such as Dreams, Landscapes, Riddles, Love, Aesthetic Philosophy, and Hysteria. Sentiments of despondency and perplexity were poured into the words so delicately written, in an attempt to create the basis of a world escapists can seek for empathy. To create a character, that we can all easily relate to.
 

About Jacob Yusufov

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Barely a year has gone by since Jacob has found his interest in writing poems. Now he writes more Poetry than anything else. He was inspired to write poems by a young girl in his ninth grade class. "I also liked the title; 'The Poet,'" says Jacob. "Despite the embellished formality and my inexplicable need for fancy words. Although, I don't consider myself much of a poet, as much as someone would consider William McGonagall a poet."
 
Published January 9, 2013 by AuthorHouse. 118 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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