When you do good you get good. #FeelGoodStory https://t.co/Qy3ruc3w3w
Team Building. Pre game lunch. (We had a half day.. yea i fed em pizza before the game)… https://t.co/427SkhxBt0
@9pee0wee4 preciate you Slim
RT @9pee0wee4: @ChiefThePoet @BlackIce @FollowPrentice I appreciate ya'll spitting knowledge in the poem "Hashtag"... It was DEFINITELY wor…
#FreshmanBasketball. We are 6-0 and they have played the worst 1/2 of basketball i have ever… https://t.co/ALkpyJhRsU
Sub-Negro is back at it. Happy Day off to my Latino homies #3kingsDay #SnowSuckshttps://t.co/m1LWS7C1tP
Teaching boys to be men and somewhere in between we learn how to play basketball. Im something… https://t.co/sMBjXEmp1J

About Chief The Poet

Michael “Chief” Peterson marries social consciousness with mellow poetic verses. Born and raised in New Britain, CT, he declares himself a man dedicated to his family and focused on helping our youth. A graduate of the University of Rhode Island with a bachelor of arts in Elementary Education and a bachelor degree in Child Psychology, he is no stranger to the injustice he speaks out about.
Chief’s accomplishments include: Three Time Connecticut Poetry Grand Slam Champion, University of Connecticut Grand Slam Champion,Two-time Enchanted Garden (Hartford, CT) Grand Slam Champion, Two-time St. Joseph’s College “Love Jones” Slam Champion.

I wish life had training wheels

In a blink of an eye, life as you know it can be violently changed forever. How do you respond? After experiencing one of life’s most difficult challenges, Michael “Chief” Peterson, uses poetic illustrations to chronicle his transition from the depths of hopelessness to the pinnacle of encouragement. One man’s emotionally powerful journey through life is brilliantly depicted in this story of family, faith, and love. When adversity strikes, how will you overcome?

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