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Sharique Jamal has always had a penchant for scribbling. It started at a young school he wrote for the school journal. Later on he served in the non-profit sector for 15 years, and in that capacity he also wrote extensively. His writing efforts for an e-health project were particularly well-received.

Sharique has always keen on innovative things and abhors mediocrity. He has a variety of interests and is passionate about wildlife photography and golf. But he grew up on writing and that is a major focus for him.
Presently he writes for: Emotions: heart to heart poetry, Universal Muse,, and is a panelist for All About Books Global.


About the Author

Brian Wrixon Books (Canada)
bwrixon Burlington, Ontario, Canada
Brian Wrixon Books (Canada) publishes anthologies of world poets as well as the poetic and prose works of individual authors who are members of the international writers' group, Poets with Voices Strong. Brian Wrixon Books (Canada) is a publisher registered with Library & Archives Canada.

Publish Date  April 15, 2013

Dimensions  Trade  122 pgs Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)

Category  Poetry

Comments (1)


mccmccmcc says

Each book of the trilogy contains this dedication:

Dedicated to my mother who never passed away from me but lives with me.

This dedication doesn't really seem that amazing, as 99.99% of people who've lost a parent would say that the same was true in their case, however, Jamal's mother must have been a truly wonderful woman in an objective sense. Why? Well, to have produced such a gifted, sensitive, mahatma of a poet, she must have been a exceptional example of humanity.
Just as his mother has never fully departed from his life, his beautiful poetry never leaves one's mind once it's been read and appreciated. It's Jungian; well, to me anyway; imagery facilities multi-layered interpretation but, it's beautiful cadence and lyrical nature make it an amazingly beautiful read, even if you come nowhere close to understanding it. Just think of how so many of us love to hear the sorely missed Pavarotti's renditions of Nessun Dorma, when so few of us know what the title, let alone the rest of the lyrics, mean. Is means "none shall sleep" BTW

If "brevity is the soul of wit", he must be incredibly witty. Having the eloquence to fit so much emotion and information into so few words is something of which only he and Billy the bard have shown themselves to be capable. OK, it's not Hamlet's soliloquy, but it's as close as I've ever known anybody else able to get.

It is said that to succeed commercially as a writer one cannot afford to be like the poet who describes his day thusly "Well, during the morning I put a comma in, and, during the afternoon I took it out again." If that's true, he make never make millions by turning out a few books of poetry a year, but at least he'll leave a great, though not massive, corpus opera in his wake. Jamal say that he had "abhors mediocrity" so I'm sure he'll be very happy to accept this as his fate.

Having read the Voice of the Soul trilogy, you'll no doubt want to check out some more of his work so here's a bit of helpful information for you. He writes for Emotions: Heart to heart poetry, Universal Muse and

posted at 04:51am Aug 14 PST

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