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    Cover Design 69: The Otherwise Poetry is a collection of 69 poems that perceptively romanticises a relationship between two lovers. The poems na… Read More
    Cover Design 69: The Otherwise Poetry is a collection of 69 poems that perceptively romanticises a relationship between two lovers. The poems narrate the yearning of betrayed soul, who now craves to reunite with his passionate inamorata. The tale echoes his ache for a fervid intimacy that they once shared. This longing, however, is not conveyed in a direct quixotic manner to make it sound like a clichéd tender yarn of love, but instead given in a shade of a fiery romance that tangentially steers through the unimaginable boundaries of fantasy. Sadly though, it is just a dreamy imagination filled with a violent agony of abandonment that pours out in form of inhuman thoughts for his dearie. At times the mood sways through the feelings of hatred, regret, and cruelty. Perhaps there is nothing orderly in his life, yet in that disorderly state, this possessed admirer sails across in imagination to make things look aesthetical amidst the chaotic torments. The imaginings are an exact upside-down, an opposite, of the realities. The collection, aptly titled 69: The Otherwise Poetry , will be of interest to readers who are always on the hunt to read something different and interesting. Read Less
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69: The Otherwise Poetry 
 
69: The Otherwise Poetry is a collection of 69 poems that perceptively romanticises a relationship between two lovers. The poems narrate the yearning of betrayed soul, who now craves to reunite with his passionate inamorata. The tale echoes his ache for a fervid intimacy that they once shared. This longing, however, is not conveyed in a direct quixotic manner to make it sound like a clichéd tender yarn of love, but instead given in a shade of a fiery romance that tangentially steers through the unimaginable boundaries of fantasy. Sadly though, it is just a dreamy imagination filled with a violent agony of abandonment that pours out in form of inhuman thoughts for his dearie. At times the mood sways through the feelings of hatred, regret, and cruelty. Perhaps there is nothing orderly in his life, yet in that disorderly state, this possessed admirer sails across in imagination to make things look aesthetical amidst the chaotic torments. The imaginings are an exact upside-down, an opposite, of the realities. The collection, aptly titled 69: The Otherwise Poetry , will be of interest to readers who are always on the hunt to read something different and interesting.
 

Thoughts behind the creation of 69 Cover Design
 
There will lots of imaginative thoughts about Love/ Romance / Breakups / Separation (Virah) and some spiritual affair in love and emotional attachments. Number 6 and 9 are opposite of each other, if you imagine Male and female. So I have tried to depict this combination with the help of birds. I think by illustrating bird on cover page will give emotional feeling to viewer. Although I do not have to present any nakedness in cover design but still willing to create deep feeling of deep romance.
Elements used in initial design:
1 Bird: as per title 69 it is perfectly fit on the figure of 6 and 9. As you can see they are symmetrical means they are giving feeling like they areinterconnected and not separate. Like true lovers “Do JismEkJaan”. Bird’s wings show the freedom of lovers.
2.  The concept of yin-yang, which is often called "yin and yang", is used to describe how seemingly opposite or contrary forces are interconnected and interdependent in the natural world; and, how they give rise to each other as they interrelate to one another. Many natural dualities (such as male and female, light and dark, high and low, hot and cold, water and fire, life and death, and so on) are thought of as physical manifestations of the yin-yang concept.
3. Upside Down: I have put title and writer name vertical. It is just like 69. If you see book upside down than you will see same title with 69.