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  1. This beautiful, sweet poem, just made me cry. I know too well the affect that a son being incarcerated has on a mother. My mother was the only support I had while in prison other than my pastor. Every letter she sent me, it seamed like she was getting weaker, like the time I was sentenced had caught up to her. I never imagined how much my incarceration took out of my mother. I was released on July 30th 2014, 7 months later, on March 26 2015 my mother passed away due to heart disease. I often read the letters my mother wrote me, and I speak to her daily. She was my rock, she is the reason I made it home on the exact day I was due to be released. She is my rock today, tomorrow, and until I’m beside her once again.
    Thank you from the bottom of my heart to all the mothers who stand by their incarcerated children. Mothers and fathers give inmates a reason to keep going.

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  2. Thank YOU for all the work and time you put into this Organization.
    Me being a part of this has really motivated me to speak up and let my voice be heard on a subject I’m so passionate about.
    Once again, feel free to use my comment in any way you feel appropriate.

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