Divided into three sections, Existence is a dream-like collection of poems whose words express the feelings of love and sadness we all experience at some point in our lives. The author has written a down-to-earth, accessible collection that speaks to many aspects of life and love, with one section focusing on death. Readers will be able to relate to many of the poems and feel a connection to their words: the author has a magical way of having you connect on a personal level with every one of his poems.
Born in Mombasa, Kenya, and raised in The Hague, Caelan Amaris, meaning “Graceful Child of the Moon,” spent most of his childhood traveling across the globe.
The author’s writing is melancholic in origin, using experiences and memories to recreate situations and emotions of the past to tug at heartstrings, as shown in his work.
Today, Caelan has high aspirations to study at Harvard University and graduate with a degree in Law.