Melancholy

Melancholy is a collection of poems written by several poets from different countries in Africa.
All the poems in the book were written under the same theme which is ‘Depression’ but from different angles, some poems are from an angle of a person battling with depression, a person feeling defeated by depression, life after defeating depression, and the likes.

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About The Author

Mubarak Odeyemi

Mubarak Odeyemi

Odeyemi Mubarak is an engineering student, who at the time of this publication, is studying in the University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria. He is popularly known by his pseudonym, MB_Hunt. He is a poet who explores catharsis at will, a campus Journalist, writer, humanitarian volunteer and an ambitious photographer.
He prides himself in creative writing, with various of his works published in magazines, anthologies, and online websites. He has developed himself in the sphere of journalism & creative writing as an elite with topnotch interest in arts, photography and innovation.

Melancholy is a collection of poems written by several poets from different countries in Africa. All the poems in the book were written under the same theme which is ‘Depression’ but from different angles, some poems are from an angle of a person battling with depression, a person feeling defeated by depression, life after defeating depression, and the likes.
The aim of the book is to raise awareness about depression amongst young and old people especially in the black nationality because in Africa, depression is taken lightly by black families and this is due to lack of knowledge about the deadly disease and also to let people going through depression know that they are not alone in this and that there are many ways of dealing with depression that do not include hurting yourself, committing suicide, doing drugs & alcohol abuse which is ART (writing your experience in a form of a song, a poem or even memes) and that there is a way out, there is always hope.

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