Out of Sight – Out of Mind

Written by Inmate Contributor

April 7, 2022

Photo by Boudewijn Huysmans on Unsplash

There are many ideas of what it is like to be incarcerated. I have often heard people say they would not be able to cope if they were ever “Put Away,” and to be honest, I, too, thought as much before my lock up. But come to find out “adjusting” to confinement IS NOT the biggest dread of prison life. To me, the greatest worry is not anything physical at all. The idea of being beaten, stabbed, raped, or even just living out the slow, tedious, ho-hum days, that seem to drag on forever, is somehow tolerated after a period of time.

Rather, for me, the biggest fear of prison is being forgotten by the ones I love.


Thad in LA

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