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Uncensored Poets 17

Published October 5, 2017 by Social Working Poet

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Poetry Book

Published April 8, 2017 by Social Working Poet

Uncensored Poets 16′ focuses on political, social and economic issues that took height in 2016 with the contribution of 16 poets.



Published September 12, 2016 by Social Working Poet

My precept on an underlying indulegence

Preheats my diaphragm

Holding onto my breath

And arguing the anguishes of my level of depth

Placing my hands above my head

Anticipating the decree of my proluding pride

My heart gasping with heavy beatings

Engulfing the heavy flow of my crimson blood

And hauling emotions and thoughts to meet at a centre stage where I must either miss or take this opportunity that tomorrow will be covered with a flux of tears and fears

One that will be titled a mistake.

One that will be derived from melancholic speeches of “I wish I didnt”, “I hate myself”, “I’m the worst person ever”

All those that resort to the blame game

Because I am Miss Take

And I make mistakes

On what I miss and take








And I quote

Published May 22, 2016 by Social Working Poet

We all bear that little innocence, in our hearts. The child in us never goes, never grows, she stays inside and take a closer look as the body enhances and as the mind develops.

She is that weeping soul inside that many feel she cannot be seen in public, that weeping soul that longs to scream and shout when happiness overshadows pain and even when pain greets her with a smile, she longs to scream, shout and let it all out.

But the body and mind’s development hinders that little soul from living life to its core…

The journey began… Continues : Soaked emotions.

Published October 26, 2015 by Social Working Poet

A heart in Vain searching for a fear that will bring Pain.
Scepticism strides along trifles of wonders.
Million wonders of this world
In my mind they wander


Uncertainty  crowds in
Suddenly creeps in
Crawling in searching for a crock of shit
Lord have mercy on this crestfallen soul


The journey began… Continues: what’s more important?

Published October 1, 2015 by Social Working Poet

Too much maybe be said, too much maybe be hidden. What’s more important? Telling an untold story or remaining silent when there is a story to tell.
Poetry is the way to tell
Draw pictures
Complete puzzles
Play with words
Fill in a paper the music composed by the heart and translated by the mind.