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My name is Cesar I am 21 years old. I dont remember being into poetry at an early age, it never bothered me but i never considered doing it. I started writing poetry after i started analyzing the world around me. Edgar Cayce opened up my mind to things I couldn't believe. That started my journey into a more spiritual consciousness which eventually led to me reading poetry from Frost, Neruda, Blake and my favorite James Douglas Morrison, the unsung poet of which I speak of in one of my poems of the same title. Most of my poetry is inspired by the person I fell in love with but not all of my poems speak about love. Many emotions are represented in my poetry but also an analysis of what I believe life is about. To me every line has a deeper meaning than what it seems. I love music which also inspires me at times to write. Thank you for taking the time to read this introduction to my life as a "poet". Enjoy!

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