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Life Lessons

I Visited My Incarcerated Boyfriend Exactly One Time

Once was enough to break my spirit

kaentian — stock.adobe.com

“Prison is a second-by-second assault on the soul, a day-to-day degradation of the self, an oppressive steel and brick umbrella that transforms seconds into hours and hours into days.” — Mumia Abu-Jamal

Bumping Into an Old Friend

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Toni Crowe

Toni Crowe

Sarcastic escaped executive. Best-selling author. Writes whatever she wants. Nerd Engineer. Twitter: https://twitter.com/crowe_toni

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