There is no better passport to travel nowadays than with a book of poems. Through it, we get to know people and it allows us to travel all over the planet, regardless of any border. This is the case of Ormus, Fahredin Shehu's book.
Every time and always, I recall the mossy ruins of my distant past where the soul wandered.
On the aquamarine velvet notebook, a heavy Pen writes harshly with blood instead of ink and straight letters for the curved world.
His pages contain in their verses a universal message that allows us to know it in all its magnitude. These poems that you are going to read contain time, memory, nature and love, integrated into a pure and meaningful language.
Dark forces wearing shinny accoutrements, blinding thus the easy goers and the poor
I heard every move, each of them releasing a weeping sound between Knowledge, Destiny, Experience and slides of Life's occurrences
Ormus refers to the land of the poet, a land that bleeds and flourishes with a strong hopeful breath, not only for her but for a world that blurs in torment.
Preface This poetry collection is a fractal of my augmented soul; therefore, I wanted to entangle my readers in its vibration to elevate them to another state of consciousness. The book is a representation of the power of the kind of word that even the most sophisticated artificial intelligence cannot reproduce. Nothing new was intended to showcase despite the reflection of vision, dream, and the untold truth that each and every one of us possesses as a hidden gem deep within ourselves.
Ormus is an extract of gold, the monoatomic particles of gold that I used in my meditations to enhance higher states of consciousness. In this case as an author, I wanted to endow this Ormus for the Soul to those who through Love attain the Divine.
There are two, so to say, train tracks that made possible the birth of this artistic book which emancipated to the level of Theurgy and objective art (something to experience in hush, serenity, solitude while being united with the universal reality of synchronicity and quantum reality). The first one was inspired by the following quote from Arthur Schonberg: “If it is art, it is not for all, and if it is for all, it is not art.” As for the second path, it
was shaped by my desire to create as genuine a book of poetry as I have not written before, and as something that cannot be reproduced in the future.
In Ormus, the reader has the opportunity to touch and tackle the most subtle partiture of the infrasonic music of the soul the frequencies of which shall vibrate from the outer to the kernel of Hesh (“Hesh” stands for androgynous, a joint male and female entity that is just like the Soul and Light in themselves).
All I wish here is to thank all whom I have encountered either virtually or in person, by the vibration of whom the invisible tapestry of creation took a visible form. My thanks also go to those who contributed either with their reviews, words of dedication, art work, editing and publishing in order for the reader to have a piece of our souls. Ormus is another tribute to humanity and an example that good deeds and togetherness may create a synergy and beautiful art in its full beauty.
What may a poet do for tomorrow Other than guess the future As a blind seer, thus, To ridicule and mock himself Of what the machine can’t Calculate and call it Love
Finally, the poet takes us on an inner, humanistic and existential journey, from which we return full, satisfied and with images to remember. But with a certain mandate, we too must do something. Hopefully in poetry.
Esteban Charpentier Poet Argentina