Life is Fine

I went down to the River

I set down on the bank

I tried to think but I couldn't,

So I jumped in and sank


I came up once and hollered!

I came up twice and cried!

If that water hadn't a been so cold

I might've sunk and died


But it was

Cold in that water!

It was cold!


I took the elevator

Sixteen floors above the ground.

I thought about my baby

And thought I would jump down.


I stood there and I hollered!

I stood there and I cried!

If it hadn't a-been so high

I might've jumped and died.


But it was

High up there!

It was high!


So since I'm still here livin'

I guess I will live on.

I could've died for love ---

But for livin' I was born.


Though you may hear me holler,

And you may see me cry ---

I'll be dogged, sweet baby,

If you gonna see me die.


Life is fine!

Fine as wine!

Life is fine!

                -Langston Hughes-

Forever My Daddy: Denied

The book Forever My Daddy: Denied is directed to fathers, mothers, grandparents, girlfriends, teachers, lawyers, judges, and most of all to the children who are victims of broken marriage battles and parental alienation syndrome. Don't always believe what you hear. Open your heart, mind, and soul to Forever My Daddy.


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Dr. J, Dr. Michael S. Joyner, General Surgeon, Hand Surgeon, the founder of Forever My Daddy Grand Foundation and author of the book Forever My Daddy: Denied is a father determined to share "lessons learned" when comes to Parenetal Alienation Syndrome and broken marriages.
The ultimate well being of children who are kept physically, psychologically and socially away from their fathers is the number-one priority of Forever My Daddy.

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