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By Don Kenton Henry   He works in the quite corner of a dank and darkened gym It reeks of the sweat of men of color and the working stiff Alone, it’s just the mirror, the floor and him Gone are the days he was all angle iron and barbed wire on two feet fighting […]

The Truth About Being A Daughter

(This is my father’s day gift from my daughter, Jessie Remington Henry. I sat in hotel restaurant yesterday crying in my eggs as I read this on my smartphone . . . more than a thousand long miles from her. If you read, perhaps it will make you feel better about the resilience of children and […]