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MY FATHER – ON WRITING

Writing books is easy! By Georgia Lee, from the diary of Emmett Lee            When my father, Emmett Lloyd Lee, turned 80, I gave him a guided journal “A Father’s Legacy – Your Life’s Story in … Continue reading

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MENTAL ILLNESS – a mother speaks

I’m crying as I write this. This past Easter Sunday – visiting hours at Peachford Hospital. I am alone. My son, 26, unshaven, shaking, in flip-flops and torn clothes he slept in, sits alone at a table, peeling a tangerine. … Continue reading

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THE TURNING TIDE – A POEM

THE TURNING TIDE   I don’t sail there it’s not my sea  But fallen blood flows back to me       Not the fools crimson carnival ride  But dark Alabama, deep and wide    From the home never lost I … Continue reading

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