Wake up call
Another day
Hear cell doors opening down the way

Roll over groaning
Hit my knees and pray
Lord help me through another day

I close my eyes
Thoughts of friends I met along the way
Huck and Tom with slave named Jim
I wonder what became of him

Wonders past
Places I’ve been
Pillars of the earth in a world without end
Ken Follett, yeah, now he’s a friend

Alex Cross
Go get your man
James Patterson
You know I’m a fan

Koontz and King
The shivers they bring
believe you me
they do the horror thing

I open my eyes
I take a deep breath
I look at the book and read
I’m freed

Written by Wade S.
Located in Telfair State Prison
Category: Reading, Books, Writing, Education, and The Importance of Words

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Saturdays 1:00-4:00 pm

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 Financial donations are the single factor that limits the number of people we can serve.  Just $3 is the average cost of mailing a package of carefully selected books from our library!

Donations can be mailed to:

Prison Book Program
c/o Lucy Parsons Bookstore
1306 Hancock Street
Suite 100
Quincy, MA 02169


Prison Book Program relies on the support of people like you.

Just $3 covers the average cost of mailing a package of carefully selected books from our library of donated books!

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