A collection of twenty-eight poems, The Gen-Y Poet revolves around human life in the modern era as seen by an unassuming youth from the infamous Generation-Y. The poems touch upon a host of contemporary hot topics: sedition, persecution, terrorism, rape, hunger, poverty, climate change, and global warming; along with more traditional topics such as friendship, parenthood, philosophy, nature, and love.
The sole aim is to entertain, educate, and inspire, irrespective of cultural, religious, or geographical differences, which seem to have cast a great divide, not only between people, but between us and nature too.
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