An Affair With Life

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"An Affair With Life" - The philosophical poems of Sean Achilleos.
The poems of Sean Achilleos were not written in a traditional poetry-like style. His approach is more philosophical and it holds a deeper meaning to the person with whom it resonates. The experience might not be the same, but the emotion might. More

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Words: 9,650
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311945020
About Sean Achilleos

Sean Achilleos is a Singer, Songwriter, Painter and Poet/Writer from Port Elizabeth Southern Africa. He has enjoyed various television and radio success mainly with his music. His poems are not traditional, but rather philosophical. Sean Achilleos writes what most people think or feel, but are not always able to convert into words. The keyword is "identification". The experience may not always be the same, but the emotion might.

A Lesson Learnt - (Written by Sean Achilleos 17 July 2016)
They say that we enter this world as rough as a rock
But through our differences we buff one-another
Until a beautiful smooth pebble is formed
Pressure creates a pearl
Keep what is good and discard the rest
Embrace those who bring out the best in you
If someone brings forth the worst in you
Discard them but remember the lesson learnt
Forgive but don't tread the same path
Forgiveness is a universal command
In order to prevent an emotional prison
But it doesn't mean that you have to repeat the lesson

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Review by: M. S. Costa on March 06, 2016 :
Sean Achilleos is one of my favorite poets. But that is not all I have to say about him. He taught me a lot about poetry itself and for that I am grateful.
An Affair With Life is a book for those who are looking for meaning in their lives. And you can always find good company in the pages of this book. You can read one poem now and another after three weeks, but you will always find something meaningful there.
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