Gladstone Park, Vic, Australia (PRWEB) June 08, 2011
“Keep It Real” by Savvas M. demonstrates how our life experiences can make us who we are today through his collection of provocative poetry. His personal struggles and experiences are reflected in his poetry; however, they are not individual to him alone. They are the true realities of life and the manifestations that he has observed
The author’s reflections depicting life are experienced by many of the youth today everywhere around the world – those who have been met with temptations and have succumbed to crime, addictions, and the element of self-value. Savvas writes how people submit to society’s stronghold, surrendering to modern-day mechanics while forgetting their identities as human beings thus holding down regular jobs and following the mainstream at the eventual loss of their own essence.
Poet Savvas M. swam against the tide searching for his truth, his reality, seeking something else and believing there must be a higher purpose for life – a journey pervaded with opposition and humility by those who did not understand him. He attempted to join man and society and become part of modern day politics. He married, divorced, and held down a regular job; nevertheless, he endeavoured to discover a greater significance, and so he wandered, questioning everything and everyone.
Unlike many, he sought out his identity; to define himself – separating from the world as he knew it and ventured into the unknown. What Savvas M. has to say negates the old saying “ignorance is bliss.” Instead, the author hopes to encourage his readers to recognise and confront that which they fear in life, for this is what makes life purely blissful.
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Keep It Real * by Savvas M.
Publication Date: May 26, 2011
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