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Alvin R. Witherspoon is the eldest of 7 kids born to Marsha and Frank Witherspoon of Nashville Tennessee. Alvin grew up under the strictest of guidelines from a couple of very strong disciplinarians. At an early age Alvin fell into parenthood as he assumed his fatherhood duties of his first son Lajon. Realizing that his actions was now going to be viewed and possibly copied by his first son, he started to look at life a little more seriously than he had ever done before. Seven years later, Reginald, his second son was born. That's when he knew there was no doubt that the things in the past that had bothered him, would be just that, in the past, and that his life had to be filled at that point with positive examples in which his two boys would have to follow. It would be many, many years before Alvin would start to pen the emotions and thoughts that were bottled up inside him. Then all of a sudden, out of nowhere (although he really knows where it came from) he found the avenue from inside, which would allow him the ability to help free himself from some of the pain that had him bound for so many year. After finally coming to grips with the things that bothered him about some of the aspects of his past, the unthinkable happened. The one thing that no parent wants to deal with while they walk this earth."THE LOST OF A CHILD." Alvin writes about the many struggles that both he and his wife would encounter on a daily basis, as they fight to maintain a level of sanity that only those that has gone through a life-altering event such as this can truly understand. Alvin has always said, "As where some of my poems may be based on some of the suppressed thoughts and feelings of my life. It hasnever been my intent to hurt anyone by the poems that I write, although some of my friends and family that are very near and dear to me, may see themselves in my writings."