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Schizophrenia and Multiculturalism


Poems for Charity
By Moeze M Lalji

ISBN: 9781847474070
Published: 2008
Pages: 224
Key Themes: poetry, politics, Ugandan refugee author, Islam, schizophrenia, personal strength

“Dear Moeze,

The Queen wishes me to write and thank you for the poem which you have sent for Her Majesty to see.

The Queen thought it was kind of you to send her this and much appreciated your message of good wishes.

Yours sincerely,
Susan H********
Lady in Waiting to Her Majesty the Queen”
- By Susan H********, Lady in Waiting to Her Majesty the Queen

About the Author

Moeze Lalji was born in Uganda in 1958 and came to England as a refugee in 1972. He was a paperboy in my school days, then he went to Leeds Polytechnic, then he worked for a small firm of chartered accountants, then a bank, then owned a sub-post office business , worked for a property company; after that he had my breakdown and he now suffer from schizophrenia. He also come from a back ground of mental health. He has one daughter and my wife they are his strength. I belong to the Ismaili community and his faith is in the Aga Khan that is keeping him alive and the obvious support from the mental health team.

Book Extract

Dear Lord
I have found you
Dear Lord
Hazar Imam
Opened the door
And let me in
Dear Lord
Hazar Imam
Reminded me
My day on earth
Confused with Her Majesty The Queen
Dear Lord
Hazar Imam
Said read

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