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- DescriptionThis is a book of poems of cries for love. There are many hues and cries in the world. This book is a lamentation, a recording, a stamp of the feeling of mourning and almost despair but also has poetry of passion and romantic love. It is a stamp of what the world is in grips with yesterday, today and tomorrow. Apart from being a lament on the tragedies of the world today, it also explores love. The author revisits romantic love and the enigmas between the sexes. In a n-offensive way, the author presents several poems about the relationships between men and women. Just as the cover shows the pose of a black man and a white woman in an affectionate embrace the author brings the puzzles of t being able to live together peacefully in a world that was created for peace and tranquility by a maker who does t have eyes to treat colors differently but has a sense of love for all. In a universe in which the colors of the rainbow are perfect and the universe is balanced in its galaxies there is a need for replication of that balance in the way humans live on this earth, the cries for love wail. After the cries for love are echoed and after the ripples, the universe still balances itself. The cries for love is a reminder that all the going against the will for love is in vain for in the end, the pilgrimage will t be complete without one love on this earth. In In The Creator's Sense the author concludes that in these cries for love we are just pilgrims on this earth as the creator has made it.
- Author BiographyHubert Temba graduated from three universities: Iowa State University of Science and Technology, University of Minnesota, and University of Nairobi. He is also a two time Fulbright Award Winner. Born on the slopes of Mt. Kilimanjaro, in Tanzania, he attended St Francis College, Pugu, during which time he would write news articles for the Tanzanian Standard on school holidays. After graduating from St Francis College, he worked briefly for The Daily News paper in Dar es Salaam. Then he left to study radio, newspaper and television journalism at the University of Nairobi, Kenya where he was the first foreign correspondent to report to the world about the student riots at the campus then. Even as a college student at Nairobi, he wrote a weekly newspaper column in the Nairobi based Swahili language newspaper Taifa Leo. After finishing at the top of the graduating class he won an award to visit 14 cities in Europe and Britain to further study radio, newspaper and television journalism. He was recruited to be a Reuter's foreign correspondent during that time. . . Upon return from Europe, he worked briefly at the offices of Daily News (Tanzania) and Sunday News (Tanzania) which quickly made him a copy editor while giving him a weekly column. Not for too long before he won a Fulbright Award. He headed for the University of Minnesota Minneapolis Campus where he earned a 4-year degree in 18 months. This academic achievement of finishing a degree in record time won him a second Fulbright Award. This would send him to Iowa State University of Science and Technology, Ames Iowa (USA) to study for the degree of the Master of Science in Journalism and Mass Communication. While a graduate student at Iowa State University, he also studied music while forming The Hubert Temba Band, a five member rock band. He also had a weekly radio show Music of the World on ISU student radio station. He is an author, composer, producer, musician, recording artist and a jack of several other trades.
- Author(s)Hubert Temba
- PublisherCreatespace Independent Publishing Platform
- Date of Publication20/08/2013
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectPoetry Texts & Poetry Anthologies
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintCreatespace Independent Publishing Platform
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight363 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine14 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
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