Abdul Sami (born August 30, 1998) has been inking content centered on the harsher end of the spectrum. 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.
Dealing with loss, pain, war, and suffering, the author of the highly rated book “Pseudo Man” is back again with a new version of spectacles, allowing you to view the world through his eyes. Following is a collection of poems that will reignite the wounds that were buried by the sands of time. Proceed with caution.
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?
The weaknesses and faults of humanity are exposed. Hearts have grown weak. The human design has decayed. No one speaks for the wretched and the broken. In this world, people think about their lives and do not care about anyone else. They will let others die for their own benefit. The poems in this book criticise all of these human acts. Brace yourselves for a sad and depressing journey.