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Autobiographical Fiction
(Fic)
Thought's Thru Time: Days of Embarassment
by Anthony Poindexter


It's about a young man who wants the world to know what he went through growing up. The abuse and everything else. "Sounds interesting!"

Chapter 2
Caught In-Between

 

   “The victimization of children is nowhere forbidden; What is forbidden is to 

write about it.”   Alice Miller 

   Reliving the memories of my past is the hardest things I can do. Believing that is 

why I have always tried to live in the present, but the past always seems to find a way to stick its ugly head up, and when it does, I end up in a very dark and scary place. Don’t get me wrong not al...



Chapter 1
Days of Embarassment

Chapter 1)

Days of Embarrassment 

 

   “The victimization of children is nowhere forbidden; What is forbidden is to write about it.”   Alice Miller

 

   Reliving the memories of my past is the hardest things I can do. Believing that is 

why I have always tried to live in the present, but the past always seems to find a way to stick its ugly head up, and when it does, I end up in a very dark an...



Thought's Thru Time
Days of Embarassment

Chapter 1 

 

   “The victimization of children is nowhere forbidden; What is forbidden is to 

write about it.”   Alice Miller 

   Reliving the memories of my past is the hardest things I can do. Believing that is why I have                               ...



Chapter 2
Caught In-Between

Chapter 2

Caught In-Between

"You just keep moving forward and doing what you do and hope that it resonates with people. And if it doesn't, you just keep moving on until you find a project that does." ~ Octavia Spencer

   Once I started to work, I started to notice changes in myself. After the first two weeks my baby fat was gone and by the end of summer, I stood 6’1.” That wasn’t the only changes that came about that summer. My mother went on a Jesus kic...



Chapter 3
A Death, A Road Trip and The Future

Chapter 3

A Death, A Road Trip and The Future

    I graduated High School in June of 76’and by the end of July, I was at Ft. Jackson, SC. This would be my home for the next eleven weeks so I buckled down and started taking in all I could. Army training is a very serious project to under take with the marching, gun drills, barracks cleaning and PT. When you put all these things together You are either very sharp or kicked out it’s your, choose. My favorite thing...



Chapter 3
A Death, A Road Trip and The Future

Chapter 3

             A Death, A Road Trip and The Future

“There is no life to be found in violence. Every act of violence brings us closer to death. Whether mundane violence we do to our bodies by overeating toxic food or drink or the extreme violence of child abuse, domestic warfare, life-threatening poverty, addiction, or state terrorism.”          Bell

&nbs...



Chapter 4
Time To Go

Chapter 4

TIME TO GO

    As I was washing my face, I looked in the mirrow and started wondering who that was, standing in front of me. The past twelve years has provided me with plenty of travel and adventure but I’m getting tired and I need a change. It started when we were brought into this war and all the years since but all my time spent in Urban Terrorism is finally taking a toll and I haven’t felt this alone since growing up. With the passing of Colonel D...



Chapter 5
And the Wheel Turns Round

CHAPTER 5

And the Wheel Turns Round

   When we are born, we have no idea what the universe holds for us. The last few years have been good for me and I’m proud of what I’ve accomplished but now the other shoe has fallen. It’s been happening since 1988 and I should have prepared myself for all that’s happened since. I should have known that my life was not meant to be one of happiness and Love. I am grateful for the few years I’ve had but now is the...



Chapter 6
Life Goes On

CHAPTER 6

   September the sixth of Nineteen Ninety-Six is a day that will never be forgotten until they cremate me as I had cremated my family. After Ron took over for me at the restaurant, Larry carried me down to the scan of the accident. Everything had been unreal till I saw our car and then it all became real. I had to walk over to the side of the underpass and once there the tears began to pour. After he had gotten all the paperwork finished, Larry asked me if I was ready to go...




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