Ugly Goethe is a poetic provocateur who presents the dark twisted reality of the ”german devil”. His poetry is characterized by its unapologetically clear and straightforward language shining the spotlight on the migrant nightmare.

Ugly Goethe doesn’t pull punches; he strikes hard, channeling his profound disappointment and vulnerability into verses that offer catharsis, not just for himself, but for his audience as well. In a world where the migrant experience is often reduced to statistics and stereotypes, Ugly Goethe’s poetry is a thunderous reminder that these experiences are lived by real individuals with real emotions.