Aug. 10, 2012

My Dear Friend

by William Irving (author's profile)

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7/25/12

My dear Friend

I am writing this letter from prison, or, rather the prison within a prison that shackles me to this slavery physically, but I am emanicipated in nheart and mind severing the shackles that would oppress these words, the way posts are free in expression, I have freedom like can I just offer my friendship in letters, this wanting by the fragrance of my words I am allowed to gift - wrap my sympathies, and I can assure you that if you take time to get to know me, and taste of plenty sweet sympathies this poetic heart holds and shll our - you'll find, I am just hoeny-tongued, but a wholesome fulfilling devote seeking goodhearts and to always be authentic. Unfortunately, I may need you more than you need me, I write this letter from prison, the prison within a prison as an indigent prisoner with a need of broader outside support as friends and comradesto to combat against condition that violate the few rights I still retian...Me a single black 41 year old mate, an actual innocent wrongfully convicted to serve a life without parole sentence. It is cold here, am I open to, and encourage letters, photos, poetry, and enwarming friendship. If you desire to get ot know me, write: Will Irving #182906

J C C C

No More Victims Rd
Jefferson City, M O 65101

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