(Black FATHERS Matter) [Part Two] More, the spirit of war fights without A knowledge of what it’s fighting for Confined in its flaws & its frustration Blind to sure laws & pure defamation Again, obviously isn’t really obvious As a plain remain lacking an explain Telling: Don’t fall for the bate in play Yelling: Don’t […]
Looking at this picture reminds me of Jamie and little Jamie and all the things he mourns never having with his son. There is no blame. It is what his life has caused. But aside from that, because there are probably a million or more children currently and countless more in the past who grew up without the benefit of a father. How are these children to learn what a father can teach, as well as those who didn’t have a mother.
So many children end up with foster parents who aren’t good parents. Not all, but a lot who only want that check. Abusive, drugs etc. America’s war on drugs was a war on society because of over sentencing and mandatory minimums and not caring if the person is guilty. Many children paid the price of corporate greed needing to fill prison beds. It.Needs.To.Stop!
Please go to Ricardo Sexton’s blog to read the poetry for this and his many others. He has an unusual flow of words. Leave comments at his blog