(Second Book in the Poetry Series)
(Genre – Poetry)
“Darkness is the beginning and the end of light; just as day is born of the night and it dies with dusk – light is child of darkness. None would exist without another.
A paradox of light existing within the darkness, of beauty found where others cannot perceive it – intense emotions, as usually, accompanying the picturesque descriptions of wild nature; a rage of waves on a stormy night, a wreck of a lonely ship stranded amidst of the sea – a hopeless struggle and finally, silence of the grave that brings liberation…
Music is praised as poetry of sounds; art and written word are referred to as bearers of a hidden meaning. They may reveal their author’s personality, just as one’s choice of music does. There is more to it than just entertainment. We learn to see wisdom in everything we see, hear and read. To appreciate true beauty which produces noble feelings in our human souls.
Aisha Baranowska, UK, 15/05/2013”
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“I was born on 1st of April 1988 in Cracow, Poland. I graduated from Milton Keynes College with a certificate in Travel and Tourism in 2009. I write poetry in several languages, for languages and poetry are my two most pursued interests. I sometimes translate my own poems. My poetical output consists of Romanticism, existentialism and personal perception of reality, skilfully dressed up in my ornate and a bit archaic writing style which is what makes my works somehow original and unusual in modern world. I have always had a passion for history and that passion is reflected in my language, my choice of music, art, fashions etc. – generally everything that has anything to do with a slightly outdated aesthetics. Gothic ”Dark Romanticism” is also one of the factors that I consider my poetical inspiration. I believe poetry should be lyrical and so, I write it while listening to music which makes my verses sound so musical. I strive to achieve poetical excellence and I am always looking to improve my literary workshop.”
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