Free my mind

Harris, Dewayne L.



Free My Mind You may have incarcerated my body, but you’ll never arrest my mind. With each passing day I am free though different recessed of time. I am able to spend time with my deceased mother, hug and kiss my loving granny, play ball with my child, and visit the rest of my extended family. Where if I so choose, I can even visit other states, or travel up to the moon to see the aliens face to face. You’ll never be able to blind my spirit, therefore I remain free on this slave plantation. Never mind your diagnosis, I don’t want to hear it, it of no real value to me. My black mind is too strong slave master to ever be locked down on your slave plantation. That to me is like deadly sin. I love doing what I’m doing now, through the use of paper and pen sir. I help black individuals, uplifting others black people through these words that I write. Strangers, friends, homies, ex lovers, elevating them to new heights. Reaching their true potential is what I help them achieve. My mind is three dimensional and I shall never lie or deceive. I write to and visit many places, rebuilding minds and broken black men spirits, reaching out to all races and whoever is willing to hear to it. Physically, I am being illegally bound by time and although they may wish to try it, the slave masters will never arrest my mind. Honestly, they cant dent it. I am free inside brothers & sister by my ink pen and paper tell many stories. Minister Khalil Shabazz Muhammad c/o Dewayne Lee Harris [ID] Stafford Creek Corr Center 191 Constantine Way Aberdeen, WA 98520

Author: Harris, Dewayne L.

Author Location: Washington

Date: July 2, 2019

Genre: Essay

Extent: 2 pages

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