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THE STORY BEHIND “THE HOMECOMING”, MY POEM ABOUT PRISON

The Story Behind The Homecoming, My Poem About Prison  By Jorge Antonio Vallejos I saw Butch about a month ago on Bloor Street.  He rode by on a bike as I was talking on a pay-phone. (Yes, pay-phones still exist and … Continue reading

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THE HOMECOMING: THOUGHTS AND A POEM ABOUT PRISON

The Homecoming: Thoughts and a Poem About Prison By Jorge Antonio Vallejos I found out on Saturday that an acquaintance has just been charged with first-degree murder: “Did you hear about [so and so]?” said my friend. “Was he killed?” I said. … Continue reading

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