Literature & literary studies:

Reality and Myth

When Two Worlds Collide

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Reality and Myth by Gabriel Delvis Roy
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The many facets of love induce feelings of ecstasy, delight, fulfillment and sometimes agony and pain. Here is a collection of poems linking two worlds, the east and the west in a collision track. Whether it is, Lonely without you, If I could share his song, To you mother from miles away or To Rosy, you can see the emotions bursting from the author's heart, the feelings of love to parents, spouse, children and friends. The forbidden territories of love, the encounters of dreams with reality and the analysis of heart's desires - in the author's words - will touch your heart. So, relax and read, but be prepared for your eyes to get wet as you become totally involved in the poems.

Author Biography

Gabriel Delvis Roy lives with his wife, Vimala in Fairfax, Virginia in the U.S., and spends a few months every year in South India. Trained as an engineer, he served as a professor in India and USA. He worked for the U.S. government, managing sponsored research programs in several countries. His last assignment was as an Associate Director for Science and Technology for the U.S. Office of Naval Research Global, as a diplomat in the U.S. Embassy in Singapore. He has over twenty books to his credit in Science and Engineering. This is his first book in English literature, which is his favorite subject. He has travelled extensively and written his poems while he was in various countries and from home over several decades. Currently, he is writing a book about the biography of his eldest daughter, Suchitra who had been an inspiration to him all through the years she lived and even after her death at an early age. He is involved in various civic activities. He is also an artist and sculptor and won awards for his paintings.
Release date NZ
April 17th, 2018
Pages
410
Illustrations
Illustrations, black and white
Imprint
Notion Press, Inc.
Dimensions
152x229x23
ISBN-13
9781642498394
Product ID
27876513

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