The Outcast’s Bloghouse Welcomes… Ashutosh

This week’s member inducted into The Oucast’s Bloghouse is WordPress’s own melancholic poet Ashutosh (of Man’s Poetry).

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The very secretive Mister of poetry has captured the WP community in only a few short months of popping up and has scored himself a number of WP awards. Ashutosh is a master of poetry, writing ballad-like poetry to his special someone, as well as musings and commentary on the world and his feelings, all with a lyrical, whimsical if slightly melancholic air. When queried “why do you write?” Ashutosh claims;

“[I am] writing to fight my depression and anxiety. [I] don’t have any degree in writing and haven’t written any books but I love writing, and also love to be in a community of writers because I [would] love to get introduced to other writers.”

This student who has yet to reveal his face to the community further comments;“I am not a good writer but I just want to put my feelIngs out for people to know how I feel. I hope you understand.”
I, for one, would denounce this comment and say that Ashutosh’s poetry is moving and alive with feeling and imagery. See for yourself in this selection of a few of my favourite pieces; Writer, To My Toy, To My Bro.
A true man poet, I dub Ashutosh a member of the Outcast’s Bloghouse and Poet King of Feelings. 

Welcome Ashutosh and here’s you very own Outcast’s Bloghouse logo to display on your blog.

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*Remember; if you’d like to get in on the silliness and become an Outcast’s Bloghouse member, contact me and point me in the direction of your bio!

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