My name is Molimau Andrew Fatu. I was born in Long Beach, California on June 13, 1986. I started to write poetry in the sixth grade just to get at girls back then. I had not envisioned my God-given gift of poetry to be where it's at today to where I have my first published book out, "The Diary of A Mad Uso." I got the stage name Usolosopher from Uso meaning brother in the Samoan language and I am a Philosophy major at California State University Dominguez Hills. I have started to perform my poetry readings at the Marian Sims Baughn Center at Long Beach City College and the people there loved and were captivated by my poetry. I am the oldest of five with two brothers and two sisters. My parents are from Samoa. They came here to make sure we got a better opportunity to thrive. My parents love me. I just want to leave a trail where other Polynesian poets and writers can follow and to even create their own legacy. I have been to many open mics and the talent is out there. I also thank the Heavenly Father Yahweh for my soul mate Joli. Check out her music here on Reverb Nation too. Get the gift of poetry of my book "The Diary of A Mad Uso" at Amazon and the link here: www.createspace.com/6234376 Come watch my poetic humbleness. Yahweh is love. May Yahweh be with us all.