Are you willing to die with your thoughts?
This is the question J. Morals had to ask himself before he decided to publish the poems he has been collecting for so long. So many of us die never speaking our minds, never sharing our questions or beliefs.
In this poetry collection, J. Morals refuses to let those thoughts linger and dares to open his mind allowing readers to enter his world of poetry. As you enter his mind you will be introduced to his relationship with poetry and his views of having a legacy. He discusses conflicts with identity and how we often let society dictate who we are. There is almost no topic untouched as he discusses drug abuse, sexual abuse, and family dynamics. His views on death and religion are also out in the open all while he encourages others to speak their minds and to be themselves. He shares his views on the justice system and the power of the media. He also shares his own experiences with love and heartbreak. In the midst of his poems about empowerment he manages to share a few dark poems as well as a few more surprises.
If you have ever been afraid to speak your mind then this book is for you. Get your copy today and see what else is inside his Poetic Thoughts.
J. Morals is a poet from Newark, New Jersey. He was 9 years old when his fascination for rhyming words began. Throughout the years he has used poetry as an outlet to write down his thoughts and vent his emotions. His poems are not only influenced by personal experiences but also the experiences others have shared with him. He writes poetry with the hopes more people will spread his messages and help others deal with real life issues.
For more about the author visit: www.jmorals.com