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The Death of Kobe is a Reminder to Live Life While You Can

Ride life like the tires are about to go flat.

Photo by National Cancer Institute on Unsplash

The death of Kobe Bryant shook the world on January 26th, 2020. No one contemplates the end of a 41-year-old man who was in marvelous health. A young man filled with happiness and love for his family. A man whose second act after retirement was blossoming into one to be admired.

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Musings of race, education, and the human condition told thru poetry, short fiction, and essays

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Estacious(Charles White)

Estacious(Charles White)

I am a southern writer and teacher living in the midwest. I focus on education, poetry, and fiction. I am an award-winning playwright. estaciousw1914@yahoo.com

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