Biography of Dennis Adonis
Dennis Adonis is an Educational Author, Poet, Novelist, Musician, and a Contributing Writer on Information Technology for Yahoo.com.
However, in despite of his interest and intellect of varying authoring genres, his expertise is more concentrated on Computer Security Software, and Information Technology Engineering.
Now a noted member of the Royal Society of Literature in England, he has penned over a dozen books to date; – all of which are already published, including a Poetic Anthology entitled; Sea of Sorrows.
In despite of his sometimes controversial past, he had always kept steadfast to his goals, and status as an authority on Information Technology, fictional writing, poetry, and even musical arts.
While by any standards his current listings of books may seem more than sufficient for an Author, Mr. Adonis is still seeking to expand his authoring portfolio in addition to indulging extensively in music recording, which had always been an integral part of his career interest.
Dennis Adonis's Works:
Sea of Sorrows - A poetic anthology (ISBN-10: 1481994204)
Dennis Adonis Poems
Memories Of London
Soaring from the Caribbean and stepping off of the plane Good old London you certainly felt the same Gatwick I savour you, for your scenery I pain O' how much I was grieving for the beautiful sight of you again
Locked Away In A Dream
I am locked away in this place Not sure where I am Tears strolling down my face Like a baby in a pram
In The Year 2090
In the year 2090 I wouldn't be there For my time on earth would have already been shear In the year 2090, no, I wouldn't be there Don't cry for me anyone; just remember the times we'd share.
From the square of the revolution they all took off Very vociferous with their banners aloft In a unifying tone a slogan they chant Some with emotions and a dramatic rant
Grandma passed away in her bed where she laid still And in her right hand she held on to her last and only will Gently retrieving it from her right hand side
Once A Man And Twice A Child
Sitting under a tree, he is greyed and aged With a few belongings lingering by his side Motionless he seem as he stares across the street
Oh how ungrateful mankind has been to thee To pluck you from our sight with such cruelty. I know you forgive that trigger man, and his dirty game But how do you comfort us who'll always remember your name.
Would You Remember Me?
If I save you before you're born ….. Would you remember me? Or deny me with scorn, And unfair misery.
Caribbean Rum Shop
Six o' clock a morning rum shop door open In less than a minute, it welcomes Mike and Jason They call fuh a quarter Vodka with orange juice chaser
Sea Of Sorrows
To the Atlantic for a bath my soul had suggest Then I threw myself into its nakedness Now diving below as an angel bequest That they heard my prayers and will now give me rest
Locked Away In A Dream
I am locked away in this place
Not sure where I am
Tears strolling down my face
Like a baby in a pram
Locked away in the dark
Was the order of the day
Only if I was a lark
I would have surely flown away