Christmas On Death Row
Texas Death Row
December 12th, 2009 2:56am
Welcome to my nightmare, tales from a dead man.
The morning air is crisp, sounds of cries and yells are not flowing through the air yet. It’s a peaceful morning and all I can hear are the sounds from my headphones which lay in front of me. Christmas music playing. Good morning Texas Death Row and good morning to all of you out there on planet Earth.
I wanted to take the time to say this, to everyone who celebrates the Holidays:
and May there be peace on earth.
Now for a short run down of the latest outbreak of misery from Texas death camp. We all try to have a piece of the Holidays in our small cages of death, may it be family photos on a wall or a small display of Christmas cards out to remind you of the love and season that’s upon us all. But the other day, which was Thursday December 10th we had all been ordered and threatened to remove all photos and all Christmas cards from walls and tables. Remove all paper from doors and windows or we will write you a disciplinary case. Well Merry Christmas to all the hate filled clowns who decide to do these type of things. The guards said its due to a Captain with a big ego on a rampage. Even the guards speak about wanting to work anyplace else besides here because that causes misery and conflict and it’s not worth it. Just yesterday a guard who was on the shake down team narrowly escaped having his eye put out by an offender here. This place is definitely not feeling any Holiday spirit.
What a nightmare.
True American Till Death
Mark Stroman, 2009
Living to Die, Dying to Live