Tag: jeremiah gilbert

TORN PHOTOS

Silence not often heard here, in societies cattle pen. Neighbors up coughing toilets, flushing throughout the night. A constant buzz- security lights. A constant tension, attributed to sleep depravation. The whirl of tattoo guns, the acutely heard jingle- “KEYS ON THE TEIR!” The whirl dies away, the tension […]

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TAKE MY HAND

Memory take my hand Guide me back To another time Time when tears Were not despair Time when smiles Were not this mask… Today take my hand Walk me around Endless mind trips Show me one path I can walk alone Where no one else Feels this stone… […]

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THE LOVE I HAVEN’T HAD:

I tried not to stare sitting there in the visiting room, just two tables over. They held hands and observed passersby, both smiling in time. He’s done 37 years now, she is still at his side. They needn’t speak much to say to each other, I’m still here. […]

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MAN DIVIDED:

Darkness cascades Like water over falls Settles in pool Of existance Only here is seen The division Walking barefoot On smoldering embers Of smokey soul Hesitant And yet hopeful Find a flare Lead me not To soot filled chamber Of a burnt humanity Allow me to find Dimly […]

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A LIFERS LOVE

How does love survive with naught but a stamp to hold? How can one fulfill the duties of a lover while seperated? How can we hold on when so little is left to cling to? You smile when you see me the antics of a face painted carefully. […]

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SOMEDAY HEARD

Broiling emotions Cause goosebumps To ripple skin Cascading down the spine Anger The cover-up emotion The facade Remorseful eyes flash Desperately trying to hide The reflection to true How often betrayed Are those in the audience Of my existance Frightened by savage glare Warmed by smile Packaged cold […]

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Jeremiah Gilbert

NAME: Jeremiah J. Gilbert D.O.B.: 11-27-1976 INTAKE DATE: 9-20-1992 RELEASE DATE: To Be Determined ABOUT ME: I came to prison at the age of 15. My original sentence was Life Without Parole plus 280 months. I was told that for my mistakes I would never again be free. […]

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