Sledgehammer Sentence

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Balboa Press, Apr 17, 2020 - Poetry - 152 pages
The book Sledgehammer Sentence is nostalgic feeling of isolation and confinement, going crazy when you found yourself in 7-by-10 foot concrete cell that had a solid metal door with a small window made of hard plastic. In a society willing to incarcerate more than is necessary to accomplish [legitimate] goals of sentencing. A good many were put in there for donkey years for acts of nonviolent rule breaking. You witness firsthand wasted resources, dangerous overcrowding and needless over incarceration that takes a large individual and societal toll. Billions of tax payer’s dollar wasting and loss of individual freedom that results in family broken.
 

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INHUMANE
DEAD MEANINGLESS
HOUSE THAT FALLS APART ELECTION
DENY THE LORD? THANKSGIVING
LOVE
CALLED YOU MY FRIEND STEREOTYPE
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About the author (2020)

Chidi E.O. Ezeobi was born in Nigeria. He obtained early education in Nigeria. He attended Aguata High School, Aguata, Anambra State, Nigeria. Chidi Ezeobi migrated to the United States in 1996. He later obtained his AAS in Business Administration at Kingsborough Community College New York, and BSC in Professional Management at Medgar Evers College in New York. He currently resides in Newark New Jersey. He is the author of “Remind The World, Poems from prison. And author of “ The Forgotten Princess and The Shark .”

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