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By: Kamali Ekeama

From Heart to Mind to Words

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Indulge in a poetic journey that unravels the essence of self and the enigmatic human conundrum, beckoning you to embark on a path of profound self-evaluation. These poems serve as mirrors, reflecting perspectives uniquely tailored to each reader’s individuality, fostering non-judgmental introspection on a deeply personal level.


The author draws from life’s observations, ingeniously crafting verses that encapsulate universal questions and fleeting glimpses of potential answers – questions that resonate with every soul who encounters them. With each verse, the reader is compelled to transcend the ordinary negativities that shroud their true selves, paving the way for unhindered and retrospective analysis of their actions and motives.


The fluidity of the writing beckons the reader to be wholly present, free of distractions, and beckons them to reflect with unfiltered honesty. Each piece becomes an invitation to explore profound inquiries: Is this me? Do I recognize myself in these lines? Should I take action? Or, at the very least, can I become better?

Kamali Ekeama was born in St Mary, Jamaica on the 1st of January 1965. His mother travelled to England with his grandparents when he was two months old. He remained in Jamaica until the age of seven and then joined his mother and grandparents in England in 1972. After attending primary and secondary education, leaving school aged 16, he has been a labourer, youth worker, care worker, teacher and, more all, as worker and/or manager. He currently works as a primary school lead mentor and extended day manager. He has written poetry from 28 and has two sons, 26 and 27; and two daughters, 8 and 16.

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  • Hannah

    Such an inspiring read. I truly recommend people purchase this book. The title of this book allows you to connect to the poems. After reading this book it gives a sense of ownership and an opportunity for a personal reflection. The book is a pleasant and soothing read, each time you read it, it allows you to interrupt a different view, meaning and understanding of what you have read, leading to meaningful discussions. Hope the wait for a second book isn't to long.

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