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Painted Brain | My Father’s Belt: A Poem
We're bridging communities and changing the conversation about mental illness using arts and media.
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My Father’s Belt: a poem


My Father’s Belt

I can never forgive my father whose stifled belt built my ego………

and never forgive myself for denying who I am.

I step into his void without a floor and floored I wonder where I’ll land

screaming Ave Maria with Shubert by my side.

Heaven help if ever I’ll ever be heard……………………………………………..

Daniel William Concharty

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