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The Refugee

The Refugee

Do the walls seem to close in around you? Are you trapped by overwhelming ideals? Escape, might be your only solution. Explore the world of a Refugee in first person as you unravel pages of freedom, motive and escapism. Be ready to be lured by propaganda laced words of conflict and politics as the refugee in you longs to break free. Open your minds to the poetic madness set before you, nothing will ever be the same.

Elancharan Gunasekaran resides in Singapore with his family and cat, Leo. He is the E-book author of Supernatural Haiku and his poetry works have been published on various online and print media.


Author: Elancharan Gunasekaran

Elancharan Gunasekaran is an emerging artist who mixes modern poetry with futuristic digital art. He resides in Singapore with his family and cat, Leo. His love for poetry started after reading a collection of zombie Haiku at a local bookstore. Elan is also the author of Supernatural Haiku and his poetry works have been published on various international print and online platforms. He writes and draws (mostly in black & white) with the hope of resurrecting Singapore’s ‘dead poetry’ society.


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