Category: Terry Little

THE KETTLER (part 3), by Terry Little

“Calm down Mr. Jackson.” “…What…That’s not my name…” Steven spat, stunned. “Oh, right. I’m sorry about that, Mr. Walters, I was looking at something.” Lutz said, doing damage control behind his mistake of identity. But there was nothing on the paper in his hands besides a date. “Anyway, […]

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THE DAMAGE OF LONELINESS, by Terry Little

Loneliness has many synonyms–unhappy, miserable, afraid, isolated, or undesired are a few when equating their relationships to this human feeling. No matter what one calls it, however, it will always mean one word, “Lonely”. A deplorable, insensitive emotion that lives on hopelessness. Its abode is darkness, and like […]

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The Kettler (part 3), by Terry Little

“Mr. Jackson, if you would just–” “That’s not my name.” Nervously, Lutz shuffled through blank papers. “…Sorry about that Mr. Walters. I’d gotten side tracked,” he said. “Anyway, your next court date is January 6th. I’ll see you then.” Lutz quickly stood from his seat, he’d done more […]

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FEEL: A Short Story, by Terry Little

His molars teetered in their crevices, and his front teeth jittered in centimeter motions knawing away its protective coat. The pain to his side ascended a new level, not that he’d never felt pain like it before, because though not physically, he had emotionally, and to a degree […]

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Now or Later, by Terry Little

Imagine this–a blue sky wrangled by a parody of pure white chanille clouds, boasting in the ambience of their creations. Deep within this mixture of amity and beauty hides an ambiguous fateful fortune, however, an ambivalent temptation intrigues–for the sake of present convienence shall you loot your future? […]

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No Love By Terry Little

In here there’s no love, no reverence and rarely a piece of mind. It is rare to roam an institution with this sort of character. I here men are now boys protecting themselves from the fear of their own fright. A man like me walk on eggshells in […]

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by Terry Little

Surrounding the prison system there’s a prevalent debate on whether those who are addicted to drugs should be sent to prison for drug crimes. However, there’s a resounding disparity that lingers in this process, which involves color barriers as to whether race plays a factor in deciding who […]

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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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by Terry Little

In this environment I’ve been introduced to a number of characters, which can be described as diverse, but analogued in so many catagories. For example: There are gangs. Some use that sort of platform to display their dominance, some use it to feel superior of another, some use […]

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Introducing Terry Little

About me; My name’s Terry Little, I’m 31 years old and currently serving time at the Northeast correctional facility in Youngstown Ohio. My passions for the passing of time during my incarceration is writing. I’ve currently became a novice in writing essays, and recently won a competition involving […]

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