Turning the Page:
Voices from the Francisco Homes
People Are Cold by Kesauć Musheer Hill
What Do You Know About Time? by Aaron Nava
I'm Filthy Rich by David O. Smith
Love Poems by Amory Everette
Still Good In Me by Kesauć Musheer Hill
Leaving Prison Today by Dave E.
He Played Like Nothing Was Wrong by Aaron Nava
Words Put Together by Mike M.
Welcome Back, an essay by Gerard Roman
Hardened from War, by Lefty
My Cat Squeeky by T. U.
Truly Humble by Mike M.
Arrival by Dave E.
Thinking of Family, by Henry Clark
Free by Aaron Nava
I Wonder, an essay by Kenneth R. Martin
State Prison to LA County: Ready or Not by Diane Lefer
How Many Others by T. U.
Fantasy Airport by Gerard Roman
Money, Money, Money...
Beware of People with Strange Hats On
The Hot Blonde
The Black Rodeo
People Busy, a drawing by Sidney Duberry
Flowerpot by Sidney Duberry
Hope by Sidney Duberry
What Do You Know about Time?
A Poem by Aaron Nava
I loved flowers and plants as a child.
Now, I see most cannot see my flowers
I loved my little friends in school.
Now, friends rarely find anyone.
I worked for small wages.
Now, work has paid big wages.
I loved to learn things.
Now, I learn and love later.
I see people differently now
but people really never change.
I rode with time and
jumped off at 55 years.
I see life and time as one.
Now, I make my time my life.
Most do not know about time.
I see it, and them,
As I go on my way.
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