jerry hughes (January 4,1931 / a citizen of the world)
Frankly it's a miracle I can write. Born dyslexic I had to be a dunce at school, and I was. Persistence, and a little voice within told me I could learn just as well at the school of hard knocks, and I did.
What you'll read in my writing is a gaggle of experiences, love, lust, hurt and pain. My loathing of war, especially the miserable bastards who promote and profit by it.
Also a life-long support for the not so fortunate with whom I relate. If you find a spelling mistake or two, that's the way flip flops. more »
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- A CAPRICORN BITES THE DUST
- A FOUND FRAGMENT
- A Leaf
- A Message To My Father
- ABOUT ERIC
- Adieu Eric
- After the First Death*
- AFTERMATH OF A STROKE
- ALL BUT TWO YEARS
- AN AUSSIE SUMMER
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