Category Archives: urban life and challenges

The 60’s

“60’s” The fifties end, the sixties begin, now in High School I’m in New books new friends, new studies, a medal I win One year of football, we tried hard to win My last two years, mostly a sin A … Continue reading

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Thank you

To the people from other countries who have visited my blog, thank you and please your comments and views are welcomed

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The 50’s

                                                                “Decades of Life”                                                                  The fifties The school day begins with a game of tag Running and chasing the joy of the game Words from home soon forgotten “Don’t get dirty or I’ll spank your bottom” The sound of the … Continue reading

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your journey

“Your journey”   The signs are clear, the time is near Fear to start, tears to follow First step was yours, as was the choice A step to start, what is the end The choice is yours to start and … Continue reading

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“A Dream”

“ A Dream”   My dream I share with you Family, friend, stranger too My dream, a sea of emotion My conscious the reef I ask you to think to reflect I tell you all, nothing do I neglect I … Continue reading

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Book Launch Event, Friday March 24, 2017

DATE AND TIME Fri, March 24, 2017 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM PDT LOCATION The Mezzanine at LA Biergarten 750 South Broadway Los Angeles, CA 90015 Ticket Price $25 Website for Tickets https://www.eventbrite.com/e/x-cop-x-con-book-launch-party-tickets-32398446626   From distinguished Deputy Sheriff, to disgraced … Continue reading

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“Following”

“Following” Death never sleeps Its rounds are endless, its judgment swift I follow death, on this my shift To save a life, this is my wish A new born child left out to die Death stops and looks, it walks … Continue reading

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