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Disbarred And Loving It! Sophomore College Year Poems, II Hey, The Green Light - Freaking For Tomorrow Poems By Ted Pinnock
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This is volume II of a collection of Sophomore Poems written by disbarred attorney Ted Pinnock. This collection focuses on the hunt. The author believes, although humans have the capacity to move... More > beyond primitive instincts, we are consumed with the hunt. He explores his hunt for love and sex as young man. It also discusses his hunt for fees as a lawyer and his failure to hunt but show compassion to Noni Gotti. Gotti’s lies lead to his disbarment.< Less
Disbarred And Loving It! Sophomore College Year Poems, I Poems As Security Guards Of The Mind By Ted Pinnock
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In 1970 Nancy Cianci taught the author of this book how to write by using an IBM typewriter with a key guard when he was a patient in a long-term care facility. Within 6 months he was writing poetry.... More > He stored his poems in 2 three-ring binders that he kept for 42 years. This book contains college poems written at McMahon Dorm at the University of Connecticut in 1981. These poems capture a time of profound sadness about how others view the author's severe cerebral palsy. On September 21, 2012 the author was disbarred from the practice of law of California. The comments in this book relate the poems to his experiences as a lawyer and as a hated person with a disability.< Less
Disbarred And Loving It! Intuitive Teen Poems, I Toward Self-Discovery & Protective Mind Exploration By Ted Pinnock
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This book is volume I of the author's adolescent poems. Jacqueline Pinnock refers to these poems as dark but protective. As a child with cerebral palsy the author's mind was bombarded with fears, and... More > negative thoughts about race and disability. Intuitively, the author knew he had to protect his subconscious mind from believing these negative beliefs, superstitions, legends and ideas. Writing poetry protected his developing mind by vomiting out negative views. The author would use this vomiting writing method as a lawyer and during the witch-hunt to disbar him initiated by the lies and foul play of Noni. Gotti.< Less
Disbarred And Loving It! Intuitive Teen Poems, I Toward Self-Discovery & Protective Mind Exploration By Ted Pinnock
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This book is volume I of the author's adolescent poems. Jacqueline Pinnock refers to these poems as dark but protective. As a child with cerebral palsy the author's mind was bombarded with fears, and... More > negative thoughts about race and disability. Intuitively, the author knew he had to protect his subconscious mind from believing these negative beliefs, superstitions, legends and ideas. Writing poetry protected his developing mind by vomiting out negative views. The author would use this vomiting writing method as a lawyer and during the witch-hunt to disbar him initiated by the lies and foul play of Noni. Gotti.< Less
Disbarred And Loving It! Sophomore College Year Poems, II: Hey, The Green Light - Freaking For Tomorrow Poems By Ted Pinnock
eBook (ePub): $8.99
This is volume II of a collection of Sophomore Poems written by disbarred attorney Ted Pinnock. This collection focuses on the hunt. The author believes, although humans have the capacity to move... More > beyond primitive instincts, we are consumed with the hunt. He explores his hunt for love and sex as young man. It also discusses his hunt for fees as a lawyer and his failure to hunt but show compassion to Noni Gotti. Gotti’s lies lead to his disbarment.< Less
Disbarred And Loving It! Sophomore College Year Poems, I Poems As Security Guards Of The Mind By Ted Pinnock
eBook (ePub): $8.99
In 1970 Nancy Cianci taught the author of this book how to write by using an IBM typewriter with a key guard when he was a patient in a long-term care facility. Within 6 months he was writing poetry.... More > He stored his poems in 2 three-ring binders that he kept for 42 years. This book contains college poems written at McMahon Dorm at the University of Connecticut in 1981. These poems capture a time of profound sadness about how others view the author's severe cerebral palsy. On September 21, 2012 the author was disbarred from the practice of law of California. The comments in this book relate the poems to his experiences as a lawyer and as a hated person with a disability.< Less

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