Tag Archives: Incarceration

  1. Symphony

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    February 3, 2015 by J_R_Heaney

    The following poem “Symphony” was written to help me illustrate my perception that the judicial process is not always as attentive to …
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  2. Bare

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    April 29, 2014 by canyoufeelitburning

    This poem reflects the intrusive nature of incarceration, specifically in the woman’s experience.    Naked bodies Vulnerable Sensitive Free   …
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  3. “Music” by Monica Sok

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    December 25, 2013 by J_R_Heaney

    I visit the animal in his cage, a cold shelter of bars and chains. The closer I go, ice forms …
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  4. Sold

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    December 17, 2013 by J_R_Heaney

    This poem tries to capture my feelings that the private prison industry often overlooks the human costs of incarceration in …
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  5. What Next

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    October 6, 2013 by J_R_Heaney

    Dropped me off on the curb with a couple of bucks, Turned my head, looked away, you were gone. For …
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