Celldweller journal: Man cannot live by words alone – entry 1

Brookshire, Levert, III (Sékou)

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1 Levert III “Sekou” Brookshire Arizona Word Count: 171 Celldweller Journal: “Man Cannot Live by Words Alone” “Black August Essay’s” (Entry One) I pick-up this ink-pen & paper, I become truly ‘free’, nothing limit’s me, restrict’s me or contains me. I rule this ‘dominion’. It can take me anywhere my mind will guide-it, it’s the one place that I become the true ‘master of my fate’ and the ‘captain of my destiny’. No matter the status assigned to me by the status quo. When, I am depositing my thoughts onto paper like so, I’m alway’s aware of the fact, long after I’m deceased and gone from prison, or from this life. My words will continue to live-on, and have a life beyond. For me ‘writing’ has become my works of art, just as Piccasso, Rembrandt, and Leonardo DeVinci, once did. My desire is to finally create something worth framing or talking about, which for years to come continue to survive long after I’m gone. Not only gone from prison ‘cells’, as a celldweller, but gone from life. That’s empowering for me, to think that simple ‘ink’ and ‘paper’, helps me to become immortal. In all total pages—21 In all total words—6,256 (3) total envelopes contain all 21 pages. Enclosed is (7 pages) of 21 total (7 more) sent to APWA in separate envelope. 2 The remaining (7 pages) sent to APWA in another separate envelope.

Author: Brookshire, Levert, III (Sékou)

Author Location: Arizona

Date: August 1, 2013

Genre: Essay

Extent: 1 pages

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