Fadi Yousef's New Book 'The Homeless Gentleman' is a Collection of Poetry That Explores the Various Perplexing Aspects of Life and Explains Them Through Beautiful Prose
WORCESTER, Mass., August 16, 2022 (Newswire.com) - Fulton Books author Fadi Yousef, who works as an instructional assistant for kids with special needs, has completed his most recent book "The Homeless Gentleman": a stirring assortment of poems and ruminations that takes readers on an astounding journey through the universe and the grand mysteries of life.
"Dive into the ocean that is the English language in the style known as romantic existentialism," writes Yousef. "Go on a journey into the impossible made possible. Stretch your heart and mind and imagination to the depths of the universe and back. Go on adventures that will lead you to emotions you never knew you had. Visit depths of thought which will lead you to love and heartbreak, seasons which know the living and the passed. Die and breathe with me in war and silent peace, times of fruitful plenty, and times of death's scarce bones. Enjoy endings where you find yourself alone on an island examining the flesh and breath of your existence. With vivid imagery that won't leave you in the dark unless we are paying homage to the sacred night. So pack your bags and trip with me as we travel from your soul to your heart to your mind. We will trudge through sun and moon, rivers and oceans, man to woman to child, blood and laughter, and universes of little secrets in your psyche all in the comfort of your own eyes."
Published by Fulton Books, Fadi Yousef's writings will enthrall readers as he shares his deepest thoughts on the state of the world and the human condition. Thoughtfully crafted, each poem is a wondrous look into Yousef's mind, and a moving tribute to the heartbreak and beauty of humanity and the world.
Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase "The Homeless Gentleman" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books