April 9, 2022

Window of Opportunity

by Otis Lee Rodgers (author's profile)



Imagine owning a prison, having been a prisoner for decades, I'd like to own a slave plantation/prison; prison; you know the abused evolves into to the abuser. Seriously, there is so much that can be done here and so many intelligent, thirsty minds searching for an understanding of their lives, its shortcomings and possibilities. My internment in what is supposed to be a segregated prison (1992), Perry, Arizona; I have managed to violate nearly every social norm in this subcultures of subcultures. I sit and eat at any available table where there is an empty chair. It is like the sixties Civil Rights Era revisited and I am in righteous outrage and indination; reminds of my days of picketing, marching, boycotting and force integrating housing by sending in one of my many soldiers (blond white females) to rent a house or apartment in my name; and once the lease is signed I show up and stared down the shock faces of the landlord. Then as is now others are inspired by a man of courage.


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