THEODORE MOSLEY

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Biography of THEODORE MOSLEY

Theodore Mosley was born in Hopkins, South Carolina and raised in the South Bronx, New York. He now resides in San Diego, CA, with his wife and children and holds an Associate of Arts degree in Business Administration.
A prolific and brilliant rising poet, Mosley has been writing for many years of his adult life. Only recently in the past year has his creative relationship with the pen moved to a higher plateau. Theodore is now sharing his passion for writing with the masses and seeking to create a poetic name among the greats of his generation.

Theodore Mosley’s gift of writing displays itself vibrantly within the vivid pictures he paints in each of his original works. No subject is taboo or off limits to his probing, sometimes challenging, imagination that ranges from the power of love and nature to the personal struggles of relationships of injustice. All of his writings are encased by his great love for God and his desire for spiritual growth and development.
To date, Theodore has shared his poetic works in forums such as " The Upstart Crow Bookstore & Coffee House" in Seaport Village; online magazines " The Chocolate Voice" and " Ujima Magazine" . He has also written poems for his workplace group, African American Association of County Employees aka AAACE.
Theodore attends the Full Gospel COGIC Church in Spring Valley, CA where you will find him there every Sunday morning. He is an ordained minister, an avid worshipper and serves as Superintendent of Sunday School. He attributes all of his gifts and talents to the God that he loves and serves.

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The Moon Is Still There

THE MOON IS STILL THERE
The stars are crying in the night for the Milky Way to caress the speed of light returning to earth.

Running from space the meteor collapsed on the clouds and the rain began to submerge notes of love.

When the eclipse of the night subsided, the doors of heaven carried the Palladian of hearts to victory.

The moon is still there when the winds of the night captured the solar of the sun beaming upwards.

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