Abdul Haqq Ross (Steven M Ross) Belhar, Cape Town is a South African and guru of iPoetrix and mass production professor of wordplay, rhymes and poet. A good friend of many! His father is German and mother Indian. The Truth word sketches in Afrikaans, English and Malay. His mentors are Diana Ferrus, Marcia J Kenyon and Jan Jansen. His first writing project was to help Jan Jansen from Phuket, Thailand to write Easy Branches Company Profile. He did attend workshops in the Western Cape at Breytenbacht Sentrum Wellington and Paarl while working as a Technical Officer at Telkom South Africa. He wrote with groups like DI Mengelmoes Digters. Abdul Haqq Ross is known for his poems about Domestic Violence and Abuse against Woman and Children. He wrote a poem called Freedom at a workshop of UNASA United Nations Association South Africa at St Georges Cathedral that touched billions of woman and others in the globe. Abdul Haqq is an expert blogger, freelance writer and the ceo, director, manager, and founder of iPoetrix, God of All Nations Wiki, Word Sketch, Rapoetrix, Tuhan Berkati kami, Gothic Poetrix and poetry groups. He met Khajida Tracey Heeger and writers like James Mattews and Ron Villanueva at the U.S Embassy South Africa for Poetry Sessions. He has a kind heart and is a friend of many helping the community and upcoming writers and musicians. Abdul Haqq Ross attended the Woman's Day 2015, Mc Gregor Poetry Festival and Tuin van Digters 2015 where he performed his poems live on stage.