Roleby Colvin


Roleby Colvin was born in North Carolina on a United States Marine Base by the name of Camp Lejeune, on April 3, 1980. He spent his childhood in the foothills of Southern Indiana and upon graduating from Bedford North Lawrence High School he joined the United States Marine Corps. Like his father before him.
He has a son and daughter to which he is a devoted father. He found his passion for writing at an early age, by writing mystery short stories about his classmates, and once in high school he began to write poetry to help him overcome the strife and struggles of his family life.
After his service to his country he went through a volatile divorce that lead to what he has come to call the year of Hell, he was encouraged to publish the poems he had wrote and thus his first venture into publication began. Now he spends his days writing poetry and short stories...

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From Sinner to Saint and Back Again
Price: Free! Words: 6,790. Language: English. Published: January 31, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Poetry » Themes & motifs, Fiction » Poetry » Themes & motifs
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Poems of love, life, and the struggle to understand ones self and their place in the world

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abuse    addiction    family    lies    life    love    regret    suicide    war   

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