That's a beautiful poem.
on Untitled by Robert Thrower Nov. 6, 2021
Very inspirational on the first piece of artwork! Also, for the mountains, I like how the contrasting shades of light depicts some optimism.
on Untitled by William Goehler Nov. 6, 2021
Beautiful poem. I cannot fathom the agony and isolation you have been feeling.
on forever by Steve J. Burkett Nov. 6, 2021
I totally agree we need prison reform. Rehabilitation needs to be put into effect, especially in order to break the cycle of recidivism and to
on Justice: A Dish Served Hot in America by Daniel Labbe Nov. 6, 2021
I never knew about the Dhamma Brothers. How interesting! I agree that rehab that focuses on mindfulness and educational content would be beneficial in helping inmates transform.
on A Mindful Approach to Prison Reform by Daniel Labbe Nov. 6, 2021
Love the imagery of the sky seeping into the cells, with inmates losing their souls and trying to reminisce, but are being resuscitated by the sky.
on Poetry by Steve J. Burkett Nov. 6, 2021
There is immense prejudice and racism, unfortunately. It sucks that people received better mental health treatment depending on their race/ethnicity.
on The Anal Stunt of a Century by Jennifer Johnson Nov. 6, 2021
Your artwork reminds me of Escher. Not sure if you've heard of him. Love it though!
on Coping Skills by James Collins Nov. 6, 2021
Your artwork and poem are equally powerful!
on Untitled by X-ray-Robinson Nov. 6, 2021
This dark cloud will pass!
on I am at a pool of desparation; feel like I am drowning by Jennifer Johnson Nov. 6, 2021
on Liberation Through Literature by Nathaniel Lindell Nov. 6, 2021
It is truly interesting how culture can seep into a person's personality. I'm a psych major and am currently taking a course on this!
on Believe by Troy Hendrix Nov. 6, 2021
This is so powerful!
on Lost And ProFound by Michael Singh Nov. 6, 2021
It is unfortunate how with the closing of prisons, there are immense issues with redistributing inmates.
on Prison Hokey Pokey by Dymitri Haraszewski Nov. 6, 2021
S. Freud argued the ego was the neutral sense of self. The ID would overpower the ego, leading the person to do bad things. To contrast, the superego is like a guardian angel telling the ego to follow morality. You viewpoint is interesting, too, though!
on The Ego by Otis Lee Rodgers Nov. 6, 2021