Songs of a Ruin is an anthology of poems that attempts to open our eyes to things we don’t pay heed to. It mocks the robots that we have become, and endeavours to pull us toward the sentient light. These poems appreciate the rarity of an actual emotion. Songs of a Ruin relates profusely with visionaries and builds rivers of hope. Maybe we still have a shot. Maybe everything’s not lost.
Life isn’t order. So you don’t often find one pressed against the book’s poetic lines. It is the turmoil that struggles in its alluring pages that sets its rhymes apart. Songs of a Ruin is written in pain, with it, and by it. It is an epitome of a ruin’s rediscovery in an ugly world of decadence. It screams for your slightest nod. Come, fall in love with the fallen.