Pseudo Man

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The Pseudoman continues to raze the foundations laid down by our ancestors. His greed and self-contempt are corrupting the true essence of humanity. War, pain, loss and futile quarrels have become our absolute fate. Will we ever wake up? Or will we all volunteer to be a casualty of this self-constructed catastrophe?
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About Abdul Sami

Abdul Sami (born August 30, 1998) is a Pakistani author whose work is primarily focused on the dark side of human nature. At the same time, his love for nature has allowed him to explore new themes and develop new ideas. He cites Charles Dickens, T.S. Eliot, Ted Hughes and Walt Whitman as his major influences. Abdul Sami has a keen interest in sports, movies, and TV shows. Aside from that, he is the founder of a literary platform “Dusk”, aimed at promoting literature in the region.

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Review by: TiraPlum1 on May 8, 2018 :
The author pushes the language to some dark extremes. There were some very interesting visuals. It made me think of society in a paranoid and depressed way. I found the narrative hard to connect with personally. It seemed to be kind of like SciFi or horror, but there was no central plot or main characters. There wasn’t enough story for me to relate to. The rhymes seemed forced and they dictated the narrative.
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Review by: Daniel Mediros on April 5, 2018 :
Pseudo Man by Abdul Sami is a thoughtful and passionate collection of poems that explores the most universal of life’s experiences.

The work delves into the poetry of life’s ups and downs, and into the people who make them bearable and worthwhile. Structures, subjects, and language are used to evoke emotion. It’s an intelligent, cohesive collection with a uniform style and structure. The poems employ metaphors to draw out their central themes. Subjects vary from opinions to observations on life to personal experiences. I would highly recommend giving it a read if you are free and bored.
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Review by: ZAEEMBhatti on April 2, 2018 :
A MUST READ
The poet tells us about the darkness in society that we don't see because we're so accustomed to it that we don't even see it as darkness anymore.
"Bloodhounds"was great.
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Review by: Candy33 on March 23, 2018 :
Very interesting...I enjoy an intelligent book!
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Review by: Muhammad Rohan Hussain on March 8, 2018 :
This book is a marvel in the world of dark poetry. What makes it so moving is that the darkness we see in this poetry, is the same darkness that is all around us; we have become accustomed to the darkness around us, and this book reopens our eyes to it. The book is packed with verses that give you goosebumps. My personal favourite is the "O Dear Friend" poem.
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Review by: ZaeemIhsan on March 3, 2018 :
As someone who doesn't read a lot of poetry i wasn't sure what to expect when i first read this. Suffice it to say this book is a very well articulated, creative masterpiece. Abdul sami writes from a very personal and meaningful place and surely anyone who reads this book will be able to relate in some way. Its would recommend this to everyone.
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Review by: ZaeemIhsan on March 3, 2018 :
As someone who doesn't read a lot of poetry i wasn't sure what to expect when i first read this. Suffice it to say this book is a very well articulated, creative masterpiece. Abdul sami writes from a very personal and meaningful place and surely anyone who reads this book will be able to relate in some way. Its would recommend this to everyone.
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Review by: Wahib R on March 3, 2018 :
This book contains some of the most beautiful and raw pieces of poetry I have ever read. I would without a doubt recommend this to everyone.
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Review by: Chloe Luccio on Feb. 28, 2018 :
Three cheers for poetry... I love this one.
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