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POEM: Prisoners of Red Dungeon

Descriptive inscribed blood on granite brick walls,

Maybe in attempt to paint dreams of forgotten wife,

Gone in the swirling wind with sighless sob,

Not the velvet milky skin but iron railings to caress, 227 more words

Poetry

Actions in Solidarity with Indiana Prisoners, August 11

Demonstration in Indianapolis accompanied by solidarity phone zap, from SF Bay View and IDOC Watch.

Demo:  Friday, Aug. 11, 11 a.m., outside the Indiana Department of Corrections headquarters, 302 W. 1,266 more words

Solidarity

A feminist's voice

It really saddens me that many things in life are generalised. We’re all aware of life conditions of women in a patriarchal society. But what about men? 272 more words

My Voice

Last Meal before Execution

Everyone dies, and everyone needs food to live. If you were given the choice to have your very last meal before you die, what kind of food would you choose? 786 more words

Thoughts