In his first collection of poetry, Raminder Bajwa offers verse on a wide range of topics that question life, explore fear, and embrace innocence. Through contemplative reflections, Bajwa examines personalities, current affairs, the influence of faith in the modern world, and why humans are either guided by love and honor or misguided by hatred and greed. Through his diverse compilation, Bajwa leads others down an inquisitive path where he poetically searches for answers about happiness, fulfillment, death, victory, and friendship.
"New poetry about everything"
In a world that too often gives us cause to despair, poet Raminder Bajwa chooses to focus on reasons for optimism. His two previous collections - Of Angels and Few Lies, of Everything under Blue Skies and Enlightenment - both explore humankind's search for hope, love, and faith. His third book, The Flute Player, now revisits these themes in 60 new poems that mix the personal with the universal.
In Enlightenment, his second collection of poetry, poet Raminder Bajwa explores the deepest depths of the human soul and the universal longing for meaning. Divided into five sections titled "Love", "Truth", "Secrets", "Prayers", and "Enlightenment", these captivating poems take a raw and candid look at our humanness and what it means to be alive. Like a jolt of emotional current, Bajwa gives voice to what the soul only feels - propelling us to keep searching, reaching, and loving.