Raphael Shonibare

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Born in London - England, Raphael's love for writing began at the age of twelve, a time he imagined he would end up with a degree in English literature. That wasn't to be, however. Instead, he graduated with a degree in Botany.

After the financial crash of 2008, the loss of a business, followed by a long period of deep reflection, Raphael decided there wouldnt be a better time to realize to his passion for storytelling. The risk was great. Notwithstanding, in 2013, he began writing his debut novel and short stories.

His book 'Julian: a spy thriller, sci-fi and fantasy collection' is the second edition of his debut short story collection published in 2018.

Much of his works are inspired by dreams, which he records in journal he keeps.

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How Will I Die

How will I die?
In war, in illness, or in a lie
I squeal from the pain that I hide
From the secrets in my soul I confide
In my bed I toss and turn side to side
Pillow soaked with the tears from my eyes
I hear a whisper in my ear and I sigh
The voice of death calling time on my ride
Yet, I stand, though with fear I deny
If I must live to see the light, I must kill the night
As morning creeps in again I w... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 31, 2019 04:08 Tags: how-will-i-die, poem, poetry, raphael-shonibare, raphael-shonibárè

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