I’m grateful to still be alive after so many deadly adventures.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
by Drew Blanton
Martin Luther King, Jr., was a man
With a plan.
He had a dream
That would make any racist scream.
He wanted equality for all races
So we could be in the same spaces.
For this he was killed.
Imagine if he were billed!
My sister taking her three kids and me to Mass and people keeping others safe by wearing face masks.
Every time I’m in the hospital I collaborate with God and the medical team to make myself better.
Mostly by typing on the Internet like I’m doing now. I’m a writer. You might have seen some of my poems.
Everybody else in this world. We need peace!
I might get to go somewhere called Thrive Upstate.
I can be kind and loving.
I got this South Carolina shirt for Christmas.
I’m in the new house now.
I’ll leave Albuquerque in the morning Friday. I don’t think that’d be true if there were no COVVID-19, but maybe getting out of the desert will be better for my eyes.
If Selena were alive today and knew about this website, she’d write this to all of us. “Love Always”
We need to wait for the afterlife for immortality.
We move to Greenville next Friday! I’ve seen some videos about it, and it looks good.
I turn to God.
One of my high school friends is a surgeon in Greenville now. I found out about that on Facebook. That’s exciting! He works on bones and joints. It’s great to know I already have a friend working in the city I’m moving to!
My pain’s zero tonight.
I’m okay now. I had belly pain. That’s nothing new to me.
I was recently in the hospital..
This is me in my new room.
I’m moving on or near the winter solstice.
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