In January 2017, R. S. Tumber broke a world record by writing the world's longest love poem: Divine Verse. The previous record, Evening Star (Luceafarul), was written over 100 years ago, by Mihai Eminescu (1850-1889).
Divine Verse is over 2400-words long, regarding the divine love between the mortal Eve and the immortal Serpent, during the time of Creation, in the Garden of Eden.
The poem can be described as a combination between "Shakespeare in Love" (a romantic drama), "Star Trek" (as it contains elements of science-fiction), and "Bram Stoker's Dracula" (for its romance and fantasy) - which together, produce a romantic and magical love poem.
R. S. Tumber's epic encompasses a variety of genres, including: Romance, Philosophy, Sci-fi and Ancient history.