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Henry Johnson Jr is a rising Liberian Poet. IN DELIGHT: VOL ONE explores love, life and creation. Featuring the appealing poems such as Mother-Liberia, Sweet Nothings, Paradise, Intimacy, In delight, Question Existence, When Morning comes, Black Sensation, White Girl, Chocolate and White Rose, Before I die with my Dreams, Edgar Allen Poe and etc...
About the Author
Henry Johnson Jr (born June 24, ) is a Liberian-born American Freelance Poet, Actor, Activist, World traveler, Filmmaker, and Producer. Because of the civil war, his parents fled Liberia when he was six years old, then moved to the U.S. He started acting at a very young age at Side creek elementary school, then soon to Mrachek Middle School, in Aurora, Colorado (USA). Later he discovered theater at Gateway High School. After graduating from Gateway, he enrolled at the Colorado Film School, one of the top 25 film schools in the world.There he discovered the true passion of a story telling, directing, acting and filmmaking. He also got an Associate Degree in General studies of the Arts (Majoring in Film/Acting @ CFS.) In late 2011, Henry links up with Andrew Kauffman, Michael Sutton and founded a film company (Senopia Films). He had also directed various of rising hip hop Coloradan artists' music video. From Kerisha Crowder to Andy-Shinez, Jazzmine Chattman, Trev Rich, and the list goes on. Better known as Henry J, he had produced over 240 videos or more on Youtube.com/HenryJTV. In early 2013 he founded 1847 films to help promote Liberia's nationalism. In 2014, he graduated CFS with an Associate Degree in General Studies of Arts. He's currently working on his Bachelor in film at the University of Colorado Denver. IN DELIGHT: VOL One is a first edition raw poem collections of Henry Johnson Jr. Some of the poems in this book is written in standard Liberian English. So it might be off with the American English grammar format but these poems of his are very touching and powerful You would have to read this book.