Man Or Monster?

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Xlibris Corporation, Aug 20, 2010 - Literary Collections - 64 pages
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This Book helped my daughter who had just experienced a horrible attack by a man was grasping to understand monsterious possiblilities of men's hearts, minds and intentions towards women. Author Ron Britton's Man or Monster brought such healing to my daughters heart and helped her to understand the depth of not just boy's turned monsters but people in general if who go un loved, un checked, not cared for and just hardened by a lack of love, concern and care can told cold, hard and possible down right evil what was never intended to be for an innocent child is born every so many seconds, innocent, sweet, vunerable so how, can or does one become a monster?
These accounts translate in so many different scenarious what we in daily life read, hear and experience but fight to understand. Thank you Ron B for being willing to try and understand but love anyway and then help us too also.
Cree
 

Contents

A Letter to My Son
11
A Monster
12
B All U Can B
13
Betrayed by Innocence
14
Blood Cries
15
Blood Money
16
Boys and Prison
17
Boys Without
18
I See Two
39
Let the Innocence Be
40
Lost Manhood
41
Man or Monster
42
Mindicide
44
Most Logical
45
My Brothers Eyes
46
My Prodigal Son
47

Brother to Brother
19
By Association
20
Chasing Green
21
Child Prison
22
Copycats
23
Creepers
24
Daddy Who?
25
Desensitized Child
27
Entitlement
28
Fanatalootical
29
Fatherhood
30
Find Me a Family
31
For Pennies on a Dollar
32
Forced 2 B A Thug
33
Gangbangers Delight
34
Got Life
35
Helloffusion
36
Hey Dad
37
I am the Invisible Man
38
My Son Needs Me
48
Nor Do You Dream My Dreams
49
Ntoxified
50
Not
51
Reptilian Mind
52
Retribution
53
Serial Child
54
Stolen Soul
55
The Beast
56
The Ghost of Manhood
57
The Soul
58
To the Son Ive Never Known
59
Thugism
60
Thugology
61
Untamed
62
Within
63
Young Assassins
64
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About the author (2010)

Ron Britton was born in South Bend, Indiana, where he lived most of his life. He discovered his gift of words in 2005 and began to write thought-provoking poems and essays. His desire is to develop a unique style of writing poetry. As a child, Ron spent a lot of time alone, thinking and reflecting upon life. In those years of being alone in isolation, he has birthed great insight and wisdom. Ron’s goals are to become a best-selling author and write children’s books and cartoons.

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