Long Beach, Calif. (PRWEB) April 10, 2014
A way to express, to communicate, and to be creative in words is often the driving force why people pen poetry. Author Jahshua Dewey Stockton Divine is one of those creative people who uses poetry to convey a message which he calls “DJINN POEMS To Her Majesty.”
The Djinn poems is an assembly of ideas expressed from the poisoned heart of a spirit raised in a wicked world. Poetically, it demands respect and love in order to persuade a mass audience into submission beneath the discipline and strength of an immortal being. Through writing, the author attempts to fund an eternal life here on earth.
An excerpt of his poetry says:
Muse of the ages, it is thine which enthralls me so monumentally; feature vibrant with charisma. Time standeth still in order to perceive thee justly. To look upon thy winsome countenance is to be immortal, yet heaven cometh too soon, for every passing moment renders thee more stunning, and I should not live to see the pinnacle of thine vision. Forevermore is a tribulation surely absurd, but to chance upon the resolution of captivation in such progress, it is sensible in mine belief to prolong mine suffering. Ye have mine heart enduring.
Resting on themes such as reality, life, the supernatural and the afterlife, “DJINN POEMS To Her Majesty” provides the exciting mesh of supernatural and reality which will both entertain and challenge reader’s mind.
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About the Author
From the Southern California coast, author Jahshua Dewey Stockton Divine pens insightful poetry to spread inspiration and joy to his fellowmen.
DJINN POEMS To Her Majesty * by Jahshua Dewey Stockton Divine
The Great High Imperial Djinn
Publication Date: January 24, 2014
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