WALTHAM CROSS, England (PRWEB) July 29, 2014
Author James Messam expresses the ideas, dreams and aspirations of characters who don’t have a means to express it for themselves in his new collection of poetry “Lyrical Fountain” (published by Xlibris UK).
“‘Lyrical Fountain’ is a work of creative art, a historical thesis of growth and development, and presented to you with a strong conviction that it will be an inspiration to all who partake of its healing properties,” Messam says.
Nostalgic feelings for his home country of Jamaica and his feelings of revolt against the mental, emotional and psychological struggles he had encountered in life gave Messam the inspiration to express himself in writing. Through his poems, Messam hopes to offer readers a more positive outlook on life.
“The book is speaking for the oppressed and down trodden in society,” Messam says. “It is an expression of literary acuity from the mind of one who has experienced all kinds of situations locally, nationally and internationally.”
By James Messam
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 120 pages | ISBN 9781493194032
E-Book | 120 pages | ISBN 9781493194049
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
James Messam was born and grew up on the island of Jamaica. He attended the Rock River All Age School and the Mico Teachers College (now the Mico University College) in Kingston, Jamaica. He earned his bachelor’s degree in education at the Institute of Education London (IOE). He has been a teacher, social worker, cultural ambassador, orator, parish councilor, but above all, a performance poet who has won several gold medals in the Jamaica Cultural Development Speech and Drama Competitions.
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