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About the Book:
The Childish Carnival is a compilation of short and long poems on real-life issues of how people are not living their lives happily because of some social customs or stereotypes and links to real love. Fickle-mindedness of the world makes it more difficult; everything is temporary and how to find trustworthy people is the central theme here.
Here the poet has tried to bring up unspoken topics on the floor to make readers ponder over them. Besides the above mentioned themes, there is a bit of a romantic touch to the book. Readers will be able to enjoy and relate to the content as the poet has made it so realistic.
About the Author:
Murtaza is a teen writer, a nerdy student in class, and cheerful yet notorious at home.
He is often bullied for his sincerity and discipline but doesn't let that affect him. His passion for cycling is increasing day by day.
Writing from an early age made him more mature about his views and outlook towards the world. He writes poems on real-life problems, the fickle-mindedness of the world, romance, and the ephemeral nature of the people and miseries. He believes in striving for knowledge, grabbing opportunities, and thriving for excellence.