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The military breaks you down and builds you back up again This isperformed through many rules These rules transition civilian Men andWomen into Soldiers Lights on in the military and you are on your toeswithin seconds These type of rules should not be used to transitionchildren into young Men and Women Trying to turn the lights on andexpecting the same with children isnt quite the same Lights go offbut the lights dont always come back on for childrenA tall plump man gives me the go ahead to play with my friends outsideHe does this after which I finish cleaning the kitchen after a nightsdinner is finished I look at his stern face and thick dark mustachethinking where the catch is I am always grounded or so it seems forone thing or another I finish the dishes and he says be back homebefore the street lights turn on As I close the door to the houseexcited by the forthcoming events of being a child and playing withfriends I also think to myself He is not my real Father and I wishmy Mother were home rather than working Oh well enjoy the freedom andfun while it lastsLater that evening after spending time in the cool crisp air I arrivehome knowing the street lights have already came on and I am late Iattempted to squeeze every second of fun out that I felt comfortablewith possibly getting away with I came home to orders of doing push-upsand sit-ups until told to stop which felt like forever at that age ofaround 12 This is not the first and definitely not the last timemilitary-like treatment was in order for me Solitude anger and defiance was building up inside and one day Ireleased it I released it on a classmates young fragile jaw Listeningto the taunts of my entire gym class chanting Hit him hit him Iallowed my arm controlling my deadly fist to strike him in his face Oneclean hit to
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