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About Tomic Riter
Tomic Riter is a published author. His writing journey began in 2016 after he kicked away his boring desk job.
He has found immense inspiration in the works of Albert Camus, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Charles Bukowski, Franz Kafka, Henry Miller, Celine, and Samuel Beckett. The absurd intrigues him.
He writes poems almost everyday. He has penned more than 600 poems in the last three years based largely on his own life experiences. He sometimes likes to rhyme!
He has self-published two poetry books - 'Dying in Living' and 'Red Room Bar'. Both are available for purchase from Amazon Kindle store.
He is currently working on the first draft his second book, which might be a full length novel.
He loves music. Often he is found with his earphones on. He aspires to direct a film someday.
Contact the author:-
website - https://tomicriter.in
email address - email@example.com
This is the second poetry collection by Tomic Riter.
It began in 2016 when I had left my stupid desk job. This book is a result of writing poems for almost 3.5 years during which time I kept changing my job and I kept getting pushed out of one city and into another. In this collection of 50 poems, I have tried to put down as honestly as I could what I saw or heard or felt or experienced as my life went on and things kept happening. From the shock of a new city to falling drunk in love, from spending days alone looking at the walls to hours of contemplation on a meaningless, absurd life, from moments full of rage to moments of utter tranquility under a caring sun, this book has all that and much more. Pardon my use of explicit language at places. I simply cannot live without using it!
Here are few titles of the poems contained in the book :-
Poem 3 - Drinking while you going away
Poem 9 - Time flies slowly
Poem 15 - No other way
Poem 23 - For a chilled beer
Poem 38 - Always, somewhere
Poem 43 - A dead man's room
Poem 48 - From an old hole that still echoes
With these words, I give to you my maiden work. - Tomic Riter