Jamaica – Inspired by the hardships, tests, and trials in life as well as the undying faith of humanity that shines like a rainbow coming through after the rain, internationally recognized poet, Gregory Wilson shares a collection of inspiration. His I Shall Sing and Dance in the Rain presents a treasure trove of insightful and powerfully motivating lyrical words that celebrates life and inspires readers to fight against entities that seek to discourage humanity from living with pride, dignity and in unity. I Shall Sing and Dance in the Rain is a collection of 100 poetic, philosophic, stylistic gems and insights that are loaded with wisdom and intuition. It explores the heart of understanding the individual within the framework of humanity. It involves all human beings as they communicate and integrate to celebrate themselves and one another. Promoting the need for humanity to embrace a better, higher standard of living and a more supreme quality of life, Wilson’s collection of poems, with astounding degree of originality, freshness, and excitement is the key to achieving his goal. Highly relatable, I Shall Sing and Dance in the Rain is not only a poet’s expression but also a heartwarming celebration of the beauty of life and the strength of man.
About the Author
Gregory Wilson is Jamaican. He is a graduate
from the University of the West Indies, at
Mona, Jamaica. Mr. Wilson has been teaching
for almost all of his adult life. In addition, he
has been writing poems since high school. If
Gregory has a love for teaching, he has a passion
He has been to several workshops and international poetry
competitions. In 2005, he was second place winner at a
convention of poets held in Reno, Nevada, by the Famous Poets
Society. The kids whom he teaches, as well as his colleagues, and
diverse audiences always enjoy listening to him read and recite
Presently, Mr. Wilson teaches English language and literature at a
prestigious high school in the Bahamas.