Born in 1970, Libya in the Celine area, located on the outskirts of the city of Al-Khums near the ancient Phoenician-Roman city of Leptis Magana, where the Roman emperor, Septimius Severus, was born.
Dr. Kamal got his PhD degree in philosophy from Duquesne University in 2013.
A member of the House of Representatives in Libya, and Scholar in Residence at Simon Silverman Phenomenology Center-Duquesne University.
In addition to a publication of a collection of poems in 2007, he published a philosophical book in 2008 available in the libraries of New York University, University of Pennsylvania, and Alexandria Library.
‘I can now inhale you
Reflecting on the surface of the heart.'
Sixty captivating love poems seek to draw out the very essence of the one desired as two parallel hearts are drawn together. The intimate connection becomes part of the lover's breath as each reflection breathes in more of the beloved. Truly a collection to be savoured in the stillness of a relaxed and receptive mind.