Fallen Soldiers in the Belly of the Beast (R.I.P.)

Hello, my name is Jerome Walker but friends call me DJ. I want to talk about what’s on my mind.

I am saddened because I had lost a soldier in the belly of the beast. Saturday a guy I knew who was locked up died from cancer. His name was Pauly.

This man had done approximately 30 years in the belly of the beast. Here’s the sad part. He only had 2 years left.

When Covid hit, he was diagnosed with cancer. During this time, Covid had hit the prison hard. Approximately 146 prisoners had died from this deadly virus.

With 2 years left on his sentence, Pauly petitioned the courts and the Governor for a pardon, because he knew he was on borrowed time.

Sadly, they denied his request.

What is a man to do? He done everything to get out, but they didn’t care to listen to his plea or cared if he lived or died.

On 9-11-21 they pulled the plug on my friend and he passed away.

All I could do was put my head down and cried silently as he never got the chance to walk out of these doors into his family arms. 2 years left, and he couldn’t get an early release to be with his family before he passed away.

30 years of hard time, just to die 2 years before your release day.

Rest in power my friend. I miss you. I want to send my condolences to his family. I also want to say rest in peace to Big & Tree who died at Kinross. R.I.P. to Sincere, I lost my breath when u died. R.I.P. to Geeder-El, hustle man. R.I.P. to all the fallen soldiers that had lost their lives in the belly of the beast.

If you reading this, and u lost a love one in prison, Rest in Peace to them as well.

Gone but will never be forgotten.

Sincerely, Jerome BKA DJ the visionary.

I Know Why Thoughts Are Caged


The Picture on the front cover of this book illustrates the state of most people’s mental health. I ENCOURAGE all to read this Book. The Spiritual focus brings enlightenment and I found Joy myself as I read all the spiritual poems and short stories.

An easy read, I KNOW WHY THOUGHTS ARE CAGED is only 100 pages. My favorite poems are entitled; ”My Tree is my witness” and ”Reflections of a Queen Mother.” Meditation on our highest thoughts brings us true freedom.

Happy Momma Monday!

In the heart of everything that is, is the love of, Mother. That is the life line of the universe. That is the energy to be, and be more. This is the divinity of God’s love: you are this force, rejoice. You are always appreciated, even subconsciously. r/l

Noble’Ju sheldonroyce

song: “Thank You” Ashanti

Happy Momma Monday!

“A Sharing moment”:

My Earth; My Mother got to spread her heavenly wings Sept.11.2017; just so happened, I was talking to a friend and I heard her mother’s voice in the background, and, I heard her mother, I heard my mother, I heard what that safety, what that security, what that assurance, what that love felt, meant and is. A vision of how much that really meant and what all that really entails permeated through me. Recalling another significant person in my life, and her plight without knowing the divine dynamic of that feeling—still, raising 3 children, a special needs child and a grandchild of exceptional circumstance. How much do we take for granted, or don’t use our motherly love as our mothers are and have given us directly from God: Love?

From now on, Let us love like that. r/l

As much love our mothers are, as much love as we wished we were, as much love as we wish we could be; we are by divine order. Living. Being. Existing in this moment right now is the proof. Live that love out loud, on purpose and with that reason. real/love

Noble’Ju sheldonroyce

Character Building


First, I would like to thank the organization for providing this platform for me, because my mind has been locked up physically and mentally for almost 25 years. So, I’m forever thankful and grateful for this opportunity, and I will make sure I don’t waste anybody time with this chance.

So with that said, by this being my first attempt at this please allow me to properly introduce myself to the ones who’s interested in how I think and feel. My name is Shytour Williams, and I’m a man who has spent most of his life in prison because I was convicted at 15 years old for murder (in Saginaw, MI). Faced with a mountain that seem unbearable to climb, I decided to detach myself from the reality I was facing, which caused me to become black hearted. With a heart that couldn’t understand what compassion, empathy, or sympathy was, made my way of thinking help me sustained in prison until a little girl (in ’07) gave me the courage and energy to change how I thought and felt. Her unconditional love helped me obtain my GED, develop the passion for trouble teens, and be a spokesman for self-improvement. Also, she helped me notice how to correct the bad habits I had in decision making, and work harder at my anger issues I was showcasing in my behavior. Unfortunately, being housed around the State of Michigan’s most notorious criminals from the age of 16 to 40 (now), the little girl along with my determination to be better man has helped me learn how to grow through reading, writing, and listening while housed in an abnormal environment. Therefore, my mind now is a true testimony toward the rich history of men finding themselves in prison. The spirit of greatness live in everything I do, so I hope you enjoy this journey I’m about to embark on with this opportunity because it can be a building block for future generation to stand on.

My First topic is, “CHARACTER BUILDING”.

I was told that life start with a good question, because it allows what you know to be challenged. A challenge that’s going to ask your input or for you to step outside yourself. For me everything started when I asked myself “why is the building of character so important?” At first I thought the importance was centered around finding out who I am, but then I begin to look at “the building of” in the asking of character. And this way of thinking provided me with looking at what a character is made up of, which helped me identify the many names that’s attached to character. Names like virtues, morals, principals, qualities, attributes, personalities, and characteristics. They all change from a usage standpoint when used, but when all of them are used in a noun sense, they all mean the same thing identically. So to keep us with the same mindset during this spill, I like using “QUALITY” as the reference toward what makes up the consistency in character. Now, why the building of character is so important, it allows individuals to know who they are along with how they got there, but the “key” in doing so is, being provided with the tools to overcome or undo any obstacles life throw at you through the built qualities you’ve stored within your character.

So my next question to you is, what’s the difference between “QUALITIES” that are built verses ones that’s given (from birth)?

To be cont… (From: Signs of Hope)