Category: INMATE POEMS

Untitled By: Rodney Fenner

How many ways can I say the things I’ve said? Explain how to articulate these feelings you’ve bred Is it real or am I being fictitiously fed By a desire that only exists in my head? You’ve bought the one thing money can’t purchase What I promised not […]

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Worth It? By: Rodney Fenner

Every time the hardships surface and for every single moment I’ve hurted I put the pain of my life in these verses and sit back to wonder if anything’s worth it Years of my life eaten by this prison A gigantic gap where my freedom is missing Surrounded […]

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*A Thin Line* by Sean Brown

It’s impossible for Love to become hate. Well, Real & Actual Love that is. See, Love is not dependent on whether another performs certain deeds, Acts in an approved manner, nor returns the same level of depth that one expects to see. It’s selflessly unconditional & needing only […]

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*Inner Sense* by Sean Brown

It doesn’t take much, just a sincere decision To switch one’s perspective from foggy & blurred selfishness to awakened True Vision. This is the turning point, the critical juncture where Change is born, And We’re able to realign Purpose & recreate the structure of Our norms. Consciously driven […]

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by Terry Little

Here’s a poem I wrote. I thought about my grandmother, and all the warnings she would give me as a teenager. Ofcourse these aren’t her exact words, but imagined what she would sound like if she were in a room with Langston Hughs or some other poet imbued […]

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POEM by- KARLTON M.KINCAID

“PRIVILEGE” to impose upon, an oppressed response, the struggle goes on, and it’s privilege aspawn, resurrect, pristine, and charged, targeted, cheated, and slaughtered, or incarcerated for grand large, a privilege of slave’s to sponsor, correction’s corrupt constructor, manufacture a “nigha monster”, a mad genius and savage doctor, the […]

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