“Alice, Milton and Oscar: Making Sense of It All” by Marie Williams

Child’s drawing (PD).

Marie Williams offers us a poignant word picture of abuse, from a child’s perspective.   A gifted poet, Marie has captured with utmost sensitivity the interaction between a painful reality and the fantasies which form a vital part of a child’s world:

https://mariewilliams53.wordpress.com/2017/10/10/alice-milton-and-oscar-making-sense-of-it-all/

Marie Williams blogs on Come Fly with Me at https://mariewilliams53.wordpress.com/ and on Blow Me Out of the Water at https://riceandpease.wordpress.com.

FOR MORE OF MY ARTICLES ON POVERTY, POLITICS, AND MATTERS OF CONSCIENCE CHECK OUT MY BLOG A LAWYER’S PRAYERS AT: https://alawyersprayers.com

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Filed under Child Abuse, Child Molestation, Emotional Abuse, Neglect, Physical Abuse, Sexual Abuse

3 responses to ““Alice, Milton and Oscar: Making Sense of It All” by Marie Williams

  1. Thank you so much Anna for the re-blog. I know you went to great lengths to accomplish this, technical difficulties notwithstanding! I’m immensely proud for two reasons: that you think it’s worthy to appear here and that my inner child has been given a voice on ‘A Voice Reclaimed’.

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