|Binding||Perfect Bound, Paperback Edition|
|Paper Quality||Imported Cream Color Book Paper|
About The Book
Poetry in its true nature mounts a heaviness on our hearts and gives voice to words stuck in our throats waiting to come out. More often than not we relate to poets because they end up articulating the exact words that somehow we as readers wanted to say out aloud.
Sorrow's Symphony is just the sort of book that takes the reader on a rollercoaster of emotions where hope, love and despair are closely knit together leaving a vivid mark on the their souls and mind. Dr Ahtisham calls this his "closest to heart art work", with each poem a reflection of the ups and downs he has experienced in his very own personal life. The book fulfills the readers expectations to be left struck emotionally and unleashes the full force of raw emotions onto them.
About The Author
Ahtisham Saleem is a practicing Doctor In Jinnah post graduate medical centre, Karachi and has ample amount of interest in human Psychology particularly how a mind behaves when it goes through different phases of experiencing the most valued emotion in our lives i.e love. Along with writing this book he has his articles covered on Medium and is a literature enthusiast since his very early school days.