The Beautiful Noise in My Head is a journey through Caribbean waves and the spirits that occupy the coconut trees. This book
of poetry travels the world and generations. It unearths the voices of ghosts, which had been lost for a while. With each
poem, a vast amount of emotions will be incited in the reader, leaving a casualty of feelings to be reconciled. The book revisits
the doorsteps of slaves and fallen victims of the streets. It exposes the candy stealer of the wealthy and gives independence
to poor people's fingers. These voices that were circumcised at birth will finally be able to sit at the table and enjoy the
same meal as a result of the words that perfume each page of this book. From the revealing "Conversation with a Whiteman"
to the provoking "Hollywood Crack House," The Beautiful Noise in My Head travels at a high-rate speed never letting the reader
take a breath. They are the sounds the author heard while the quiet became loud with each step taken in a foreign land.