From the ugliest man in the world comes the 2nd chapter in this four part series of American poetry. This time, the author focuses on experiences from his wild days of living the life of an entertainer. The works range from girlfriends, one-night stands, philosophy and ideals, to fantasy, dreams and bouts of isolation and indulgence. Yet, as is always the case with Fel Angel, there remains a glimmer of hope. In the midst of despair, the author manages to find a beacon in the darkness. And, however far away it appears to be, or impossible to achieve, it remains in reach for us all. As if intentionally placed for the human mind to set a course to, while being evasive and taunting, and yet, a completely rock solid fixture to guide us through the treacherous waters that result from a storm seemingly with no escape. In the end, there can only be success or failure. And, it is with great effort that both are realized. The author tries to put forward navigational charts that lead to the success of life and mind, while avoiding the jagged rocks of failure. Anything is possible.