By Sean J Mahoney
When DJT was crippled he spent many mornings
and afternoons alone at school and not of choice.
DJT needed familiarity and friendship and functionality.
He had none of these things. He had himself and his
impairment. When DJT was crippled he talked often
to himself. He successfully convinced himself that
reinvention was the better half of valor so as to avoid
the slick trappings of inspiration. However, the real
world, much of the frightened shells and self-abdicating
segments anyway, failed to understand this message.
He was ridiculed and patronized and spit upon and given
ultimatums; his crucifixion, though metaphorical, left scars.
Since DJT was crippled in the 21st century his parents
Convinced him that there was hope since the ADA had
Passed into law just around the previous corner. But DJT
had trouble feeling it most times. He saw people like him
mocked in halls…
View original post 221 more words