Only the Strong Survival the Madness
by Julilan White
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I was Born on one thunderstorm night my mom gave born to me but she didn’t make it because she give born to me so love me so much that the doctor told her if she have this baby you have a chance that you maybe not survival it she told the doctor if I didn’t have it okay with I live a wonderful 29 years life in my second baby and I want sick and I have only few months to life but I want to leave behind in my image that they remember me what I give birth. They were talking about me she loves me so much she gives her live for mind now I knew you up their Heaven with angel looking down at me I hope I am making here proud of me what everything I made of myself. Im blessed to much I grew with a mother but I had my father n family.

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Created on: Nov-02-2017   Published on: Nov-02-2017
Format: 8.5"x11" - Hardcover w/Glossy Laminate - Color - Trade Book
Theme: Family History    Sales Term:  Everyone
Preview Limit: 144 Pages
About Author
nathan barnett
Joined: Nov-02-2017

raised here too. Since my dads passed away, I have been living with my grandmas and pops. She used to travel to New York practically every day cause my dads would work here because she enjoyed her job. Before we moved to Boston mass, my moms found a job in New York.
My moms lived a full and enjoyable life, she took care of me and Trayvon even though we had different fathers but came out of the same womb. I had an older brother but he used to disrespect our moms a lot. He died three years before our mom did because he was in this gang and owed these guys money. Shit was crazy. My moms loved him and tried to guide him in the right direction but he just didn’t get along with my moms. His name was Quincy.

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