Category: Rico Comer

We’re Only Human, by Rico Comer

There is something that I want people to understand. It is of paramount importance that people be open minded and rid themselves of the notion that all incarcerated people are cold hearted, stone faced, uneducated, morally piss poor, untrustworthy, menacing people who have no heart, who shy away […]

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Forgiveness, by Robert Smith Jr.

Forgiveness is hard to do. Whether its everyday going church folks/Christians or secular people. Being in prison you get to see it first hand, guys are bitter or resentful at what they consider being left for dead. A family member or girlfriend or homey has abandoned them. And […]

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Halfway Through, by Rico Comer

I just completed spring semester 2020 with Ashland University through j pay/lantern online classes! I was under the impression that my previous credit hours from other schools I’ve attended during my incarceration wouldn’t be transferred because so much time had lapsed, however when I received my grades I […]

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Son of a goon 1, by Rico Comer

Prologue (pt. 1) Quiet to normal people, free people, people outside the confines of prison walls, is normally the absolute absence of sound, or the absence of loud disturbing noises, complimented by peaceful sounds like soft music, or the chirping of birds outside a cracked window, or soft […]

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