Alnoor Rajan Talwar: Bridgetown poet seeking a moral uprising

Alnoor Rajan TalwarPoems for peace rails against robotic lives, loss of values

Bridgetown: Alnoor Rajan Talwar doesn’t mince words. He’s a poet and those words he doesn’t mince can be right in your face. Time’s a tickin’ and he doesn’t have the luxury of subtlety, hidden meanings, or fancy literary innuendo.
He’s sometimes spiritual, introspective, outspoken, determined, and honest.

With his latest collection of poems the Bridgetown poet from Kenya is saying let’s stop and fix the world. Let’s reboot. He’s speaking passionately and insistently the thoughts that many are trying to form.

He describes The Dances of Life – More Unanswered Questions and Unquestioned Answers (all lowercase letters) as poetry for a better world.

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