Fernando Gallegos featured on WE ALL BLEED THE SAME!

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Good morning and happy Tuesday, poets and poetry lovers! Today, we have a new poetry feature for you to read. “the multiples of me” by Fernando Gallegos! A wonderful poet in the Long Beach, California area! Feel free to stop by and read his poem! http://spiltinkpoetry.tumblr.com/post/64775150945/the-multiples-of-me-by-fernando-gallegos

 

About Fernando Gallegos:

Fernando was born and raised in Long Beach, CA. The first real poem he wrote was a repetitive phrase that became a song that he no longer remembers. Fernando always allows the energy to create to take over his mind and without restrictions- he creates. “Music, Poetry and Art make me who I am.”

 

Fernando Gallegos

Fernando Gallegos

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