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While life is meant to be celebrated in its entirety, it faces challenges that baffle the mind, making it appear contradictory, rendering humanity often times vulnerable, helpless and hopeless.
Yet there is some truth in the words of Max Erhmann, "With all its sham, drudgery and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world' that is fearfully and wonderfully made." These poems are conversations with myself on common themes of love, sexuality, nature, our evil ways, suffering, and even technology.
I wanted to share my thoughts with those who are willing to eave-drop and listen to my silent conversation and experiences.
One such person has observed: "I just finished reading your collection of poems, Me and My Thoughts.
I enjoyed reading them very much, and I especially liked Greed of a Public Servant (very strong and moving), Daughters of Africa, Womanhood, and Remembering Africa, which all particularly stood out for me.
I also completely enjoyed all the insight you shared on your very personal relationship to science, environment and God's part in it all." -Diana Hoff- (Louisville, Kentucky, USA)
Augustine C Musopole PhD is a theologian from Malawi.
His studies have focused on the human condition in relation to the divine.
This is where he gets his inspiration as a keen observer of both human and physical natures, and the reality of God in them.
In retirement he has found time to write even though these poems have been written over time
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