HumanMe is a platform used to showcase the rehabilitated. Here, we have an eclectic set of viewpoints and come from a variety of backgrounds but we all have one thing in common, we have used our prison time to rehabilitate ourselves and want the public to see what is possible in the incarcerated despite our prison system.
This page is not a social media page, the inmates posting here CANNOT respond directly to your comments. You must contact them directly by mail or JPay.
Monday, September 9, 2019
Monroe by Marshall Byers
Wooooooooo! Orange and Black! That's right, good ol' Monroe Washington. Cotton candy, curly fry's, and pulled pork sandwiches drifting in the wind, summers end. Our sunsets cover farmlands of past generations, pinks, deep blue, orange and reds. We have the giant Cascade Mountains towering over us, sending down the Sky River, rapidly splashing granite boulders, cold, crisp and full of fish. Train tracks rooted down, carved through town, horns billowing East and West. Pump your gas at RedBarn and grab yourself a T-shirt that reads, "Stop by for a day or for life" Front/Back "Monroe Reformatory".
Subscribe, Follow, Interact, Comment and change Your community