Perhaps the most important message Juarez would like to leave readers with is the idea of living genuinely by being honest to themselves and others.
LAREDO, Texas (PRWEB) July 05, 2012
In Sweating Blood readers are given a glimpse into Juarez’s art and passion as he illuminates the harsh realities of life. He covers society’s apathy toward performance poets (he performs as H Poet), the restricting demands imposed by coworkers, the threats daily life poses and more.
Sometimes I want to walk away
From my life into a new one
I’m tired of looking into the mirror
And asking myself
“What am I doing here as an expendable dummy?”
Juarez touts daily poetic expression as a necessary venting avenue to keep the mind and body focused and content. His poetry guides readers to the types of things they could write about, focusing on family, friends and communicating thoughts and feelings – even if just through email or Facebook.
Perhaps the most important message Juarez would like to leave readers with is the idea of living genuinely by being honest to themselves and others. In doing so, Juarez hopes readers will uncover the things that really matter to them, allowing them to follow their dreams and find their ultimate fulfillment.
About the Author
Fernando Juarez – H Poet – was born in Laredo, Texas. He and his wife, Veronica, have three children: Kimberly, Fernando Jr. and Felicity. Sweating Blood is his follow up to his first book, Straight from the Barrio, which gained popularity with the poem “Chump Change.”
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