Kenneth Foster

Poetry by Inmates – Kenneth Foster, Texas – A Voice from the Killing Machine

I have to start by saying that the title of this article doesn’t do Kenneth’s work enough justice. His book is so much more than poetry. This collection of poems is filled with raw honesty, evoking vivid images of what Kenneth (and others) go through, …

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mind-pain

Thomas Porter, Virginia – How Much Pain Can One Mind Endure? – Poem From a Prisoner

How Much Pain Can One Mind Endure? I am continuously fighting back overwhelming emotional pains given my circumstances seem grim on a good day, but there’s a self-discipline to me a type of control so to say,   So I find sleep as an escape, …

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Thomas Porter

Happy to be Alive? – “Oh to my Differences” – by Thomas Porter – Short Essays by Inmates

Thomas is sending me poems on a regular basis now and we are also putting together a book for him. The book may probably take a while, but it’s exciting to be part of this process. Today, I have a short essay written by Thomas …

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Thomas Porter

Poems Written by Inmates – Thomas Alexander Porter – Books, a Timeless Treasure – a Conversation With Death

If you’ve read Poems Written by Inmates – Thomas Alexander Porter part 1 part 2, and part 3 and you’d like to read more, then this is the place. Thomas sent me two more poems, straight from his soul, and more are on their way. This is …

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