Star Love by Kenneth James Sniecinski

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“Star Love”
by Kenneth James Sniecinski
Written June 1st, Anno Domini 2005
Exemplar emulated in a place sojourned, or of permanence
be it burned in its perspicuous veraciousness, or embraced in its affability
yet those still not perspicacious, see it to be grandiloquently unreachable
far be it true, never has it risen above itself
constant hortative weight, never too big for U’r plate
greeting all, in its amicably gregarious state
so hoping U
like I
reach for STAR LOVE

Copyright © 2005 Kenneth J. Sniecinski
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The preceding poem was recently sent to me by my good friend Kenneth, a devout Christian brother who is cruelly imprisoned due to his human frailty, the callousness of our penal system, and the actions of malicious witnesses. Please pray for his physical, emotional, and spiritual health, as well as for justice and freedom.

Kenneth is currently hoping to be paroled on August 27, 2007. He will looking for a place to live, spiritual accountability, and employment: e.g., landscaping, cooking, painting, homecare. The ideal situation would be with a retired Christian couple in a semi-rural environment, perhaps in a ministry setting, probably somewhere in Los Angeles County with easy access to educational opportunities. Please let us know if you would like to meet, greet or help Kenneth.

Here is a statement from Kenneth in his own words:

I, Kenneth James Sniecinski, am falsely imprisoned, my character assassinated, my person murdered by perniciously mendacious false witnesses. I am willing to show each fact of my assertion — as substantiated in documents or can be found in other evidence (upon investigations, etc.). Further, what I was involved in was a mistake vs. a crime, but was never adjudged. Should anybody wish to help me — or, humbly, I even invite the challenge that I be disproved — I invite anybody to help in any such processes (be it openly via the Internet, or with the book I’m writing and hope to have published), as I ever seek justice.

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