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The Votes

“This poem was written many years before our current political situation. But it resonates very well with our times. Still the intention was to generate humor but I guess its about politics too.” – Kevin

There goes an old woman in a long nylon frock

Following the trail down the highway hill
Praising the name of David Phil
He is a good man they say, he is the man to run the main
And so the party people followed making their victory begging raid.
Well, they judged the candidates wife
“I believe she is pretty,” one man says
“She will make a fine first lady and I like her fashionable ways.”
“I heard she is from India
A humble lady,” someone says.
The wife prays for the party’s win
And the farmer prays for good
The lawyer prays for lower excises
And the janitor prays for higher wages
While the party president finds a perfect place, in that perfect day, to hibernate.
 The people of the nation; their thinking’s are ill
They vote a man in power with low credit and a high bill
The government full of doctors, but not accordingly they behave
And while the people wrestle to strive
The sovereign minds comes to a ‘still’

 

 

Introducing Our Newest Blogger: Kelly!

Introducing Our Newest Blogger: Kelly! – Learn more about Kelly and join her in discussion as she talks about life in college and dealing with anxiety, depression and OCD in her blog, “Daily Life as a College Student: https://turningpointct.org/lets-talk/forum/blog-daily-life-college-student/”.

She recently shared her inspiring story, which you can find HERE or at https://turningpointct.org/story/kelly-r/. In her story, Kelly tells us about her past and some of her future plans as she sets out to complete college and help other young adults who are struggling with mental illness.

“From getting through a panic attack to resisting the urge to do more than she really should, Kelly has been forthright about her everyday college experience and all the challenges that comes with being a passionate and dedicated student.”

 

 

 

 

 

Introducing Our New Blogger: Kevin

TurningPointCT.org is excited to present our new young adult blogger, Kevin! He has two new blogs up on the site, ready for you to read!

 Everything Music focuses on how music is total mood-changer when it comes to feelings like sadness and anxiety. It can get you hyped, it can keep you calm & everything in between. This blog is everything music! Click HERE to read the blog!

 Journal of a Gay Black Immigrant is where he shares about his life of being a gay immigrant in the black community. He looks at how one can be impacted by global and national issues of race, sexuality & immigration. He also opens up about his experiences & perspective on day to day issues that LGBTQ people face. Click HERE to read his posts!!

 

If you want to get to know him a little bit more, check out his story here!