Weightless, Woven Words

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Pub Date 14 Aug 2022 | Archive Date 15 Sep 2022

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Ever needed a therapist on your nightstand? Well now you can simply get that by picking up this book!

It is dire that everyone pays attention to their own mental health and can be positive about life and sensitive to others. Today, we are shedding more light on mental health issues, and having this book is key. People should find solace and resolve in poetry. In Weightless, Woven Words, we trace poetry from the pensive mind of Umar Siddiqui from themes like “Desperation” and "The Human Condition," that one confronts to the idea of varying perceptions to the idea that life is a journey.

Poetry is a long-standing art and needs to be practiced and read with self-care. It needs to be approached with a broad mind, and that is what we must do to make the most out of Weightless, Woven Words.

Ever needed a therapist on your nightstand? Well now you can simply get that by picking up this book!

It is dire that everyone pays attention to their own mental health and can be positive about life...


A Note From the Publisher

Umar Siddiqui lives in Riverside, CA. He received his BA degree in Media and Cultural Studies from University of California, Riverside and his MA degree in Mass Communication from California State University, Northridge. He is a voracious Disney fan and fashion aficionado. He also loves writing, reading, alternative music, and working out. Find more at uniquelyumar.com.

Umar Siddiqui lives in Riverside, CA. He received his BA degree in Media and Cultural Studies from University of California, Riverside and his MA degree in Mass Communication from California State...


Advance Praise

"As you progress, emotions become more intense with greater conviction, understanding, and appreciation of life and its complexities...an absorbing, complex, and emotionally charged collection."

-Readers' Favorite

"Weightless, Woven Words presents poetry about the workings of the mind and its connections to the human condition, firing its words with the desperation and meditative experiences of mental health and illness as Umar Siddiqui explores the inner world of self and connections to love, God, and the human condition."

-D. Donovan, Sr. Reviewer, Midwest Book Review

"As you progress, emotions become more intense with greater conviction, understanding, and appreciation of life and its complexities...an absorbing, complex, and emotionally charged collection."

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It is dire that everyone pays attention to their own mental health and can be positive about life and sensitive to others. Today, we are shedding more light on mental health issues, and having this book is key. People should find solace and resolve in poetry. In Weightless, Woven Words, we trace poetry from the pensive mind of Umar Siddiqui from themes like “Desperation” and "The Human Condition," that one confronts to the idea of varying perceptions to the idea that life is a journey.

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