Biography of Sulaiman Mohd Yusof
I was born in Buffalo Cage, Republic of Singapore.Life is so great, but is short.We have to restore the values and respect one's life, regardless of anything and everything.We are one, that is human.
I love to write, reading, watching movies.I adore the outdoors, games and sports.Music has been part of my life for a long time.I can play some of the instruments like bass guitar, guitar and the drums.I can sing too, and a good one indeed.To know me is to know my kind of music and my kind of poetry.
Rock music will always be in my heart and soul.Here are some of the groups or singers that had captured my attention.Cosby, Still, Nash and Young, Lyrnyd and Skynrd, Eric Clapton, Gary Moore, Three Dogs Night, Eagles, Foreigner, Linkirn Park, My Chemical Romance, Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Whitesnakes, Rainbow,
Scorpions, Rolling Stones, Guns n Roses, Poison, Pink Floyd, The Doors, Yes, Drama, Metallica, Def Leppard, ACDC, John Mayer, Bob Dylan, Muse, System is a Down, Click 5, Artic Monkey, Motley Crue, Iron Maiden, Led Zeppelin, Queen, Uriah Heep, Journey, Nazareth and many mores.Rock is lively, with loads of characters and attitudes whilst poetry is the opposite site, but with words that could change the world!
Welcome to my world and we can make this site the turning points for all poets and readers alike.
For those who've read, commented and voted on my poems, deep from the bottom of my heart, I'd like to say a big thanks to all of you. Anyway, my best wishes to you guys and enjoy writing and reading.
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Sulaiman Mohd Yusof Poems
On the upper bow of the Rainbow
Emerge after a moment ‘s dusk
Brown Pelicans and Western Gulls
Fire encases melting heat
galvanizes the wound I endure
Since we met
No remedy could heal my injury
Teasing the silence of little house in the
Bushes and surrounding of wild flowers
Open my exotic fear
Counting the days to eternal abyss
Fragile, a vein ruptures
Death Row Swan Song
There’s no moon to shine
On the solemn night
The stars has siege, prior to dawn
Death has painted the skies dark
Like a grave
The whole prison yards commemorate
To enormous silence
A sign of respect