Heirs of November is about breaking the silence, standing up and saying something in a time when The People’s voices are not being heard. These collections of confessional and lyrical poems, prose and protests reveal one poet’s personal thoughts, experiences and encounters while living in Saint Louis, Missouri and Los Angeles, California in America during 2002 to 2017. Depicted are reflections of everyday life and stories of the times: historical, societal, gender, racial, class, economic, political, war, environmental, health, work, housing, human rights, and hopes for a better future. These writings are informative cautionary tales, reminders and hopefully will encourage the current and next generations to ask questions, stand up against corruption and move towards worldwide equality, unity, sustainability and peace. This book is about all of us and a call to action and change.