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Ralph is the father of three ever-unfolding miracles, Makini, Adisa, and Kafele.

He was, apart from other things, an Instructional Assistant, and surrogate parent at Leo A. Palmiter Jr./Sr. High School in Sacramento, California, USA, and a teacher, who continued his surrogate parentage to umpteenth numbers of students at St. Catherine College, Old Harbour, Jamaica.

Although Jamaican by birth, he is English by education, and American by television.

That being said, he considers himself universal in spirit, and thus a world citizen.

To date, he as self-published two volumes of poetry:   Behind the Clouds, and Thoughts Extracted from my Mind.

He as published in the Jamaican online human interest magazine Public Opinion.

And is a long time member of ZICA, (Creative Arts and Literary Guild), a Sacramento California Literary fraternity.

A Silver Award winner in the 1984 Jamaican Festival (Children) Poetry Competition, for the poem: School Canteen, and a holder of a Certificate of Merit 2002 (Intermediate Poetry), in the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission’s Festival of Arts, Creative Writing Competition, for the poem: A Mother’s Cry.

He was also a participant in the Cropper Foundation’s, Third Writer’s Workshop in Short Fiction, held in Trinidad, in August 2002.

Ralph writes under the pseudonym: moriba sababu.

He intend to display for the discerning, a smorgasbord of thought… bon app├ętit…

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