Prison PenPal Michael Singh

Michael Singh

Michael is 46 years old and incarcerated in the US (CA).

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Step right up, TRY ME! You’ll be glad you did. 🙂

It will be great getting to know you. You’re already awesome for being non-judgmental and visiting Wire of Hope. I think correspondence is a great way to get to know someone. It’s just like reading the book before seeing the movie- you get the best of both worlds!

If you reply, I assure you I’ll always pay attention and serve as a great listener. I’ll most definitely treat you as a very special friend indeed. I’ll always reply and keep your mailbox full. You’ll never feel lonely with me. As our acquaintance grows, it will be really cool to curiously wonder how your voice sounds. Age and race don’t matter. Humanity of the heart and compassionate character rule the day. We can share laughs, letters and jokes (I really enjoy A.M. radio-show prank calls). You can lean on me as I listen to you: tell me about your day and share your thoughts.

I can’t wait to get your letter, eagerly read it and then enjoy writing a really nice reply back. You’ll be happy to have written me, I’ll be happier to get it. It’s so cool to put out a good, positive energy into the universe and experience what boomerangs back. If I was a used car, I’d be a fully-loaded, bargain buy and the “steal of the lot’. I like to stay positively busy- taking college courses, reading books of interest or writing poetry. Prison isn’t “as seen on T.V.” There’s a chance to become new and improved. But, just like with anything else, effort has to be put forth, coupled with a desire to succeed. Like what I do with friendship.


by Michael Manjeet Singh

In some form or fashion
everybody needs a little compassion
Arrested development & trauma leads to the loss of your emotional core
Walls are put up, then you’re locked behind mental bars & a steel door
Because most chase the momentary instant gratification
As their only concern – is their one and only #1
Everybody stays too busy to stop look and listen
Suddenly, it’s you covered in sweat with a body chills kinda condition
What’s the matter? Does the Covid-19 cat got your tongue?
It devours your each breath & inflames every lung
This illness ain’t no joke! You better mask it!
Cause it’s killed more in the U.S. than WWII, 425,000 in a casket!
Vaccines – Moderna, Pfizer or J&J- it don’t matter what kind
Get in where you fit in, cause this shot is hard to find.
I know, cause I’ve been there & done that,
After Covid-19 came & left me, I was no longer fat!
The vomiting ain’t no simple hangover, I went 6 hours straight, hella long.
I couldn’t even hold down liquid Pedialyte, it came out wrong
The Dr. brought me a pen & a paper, so I signed away my life & let it be!
As I wondered when will I be free, in went the I.V.
I looked up & saw wires, a machine and a nurse
And a bag full of liquid that looked like a see-through purse
The currency it carried is called – bamlaninivab
After the 3-tube transfusion & 2 days of non-stop sleep, I felt FAB!
No one is too big or tough to avoid getting this illness inoculated
Not even Nostradamus could’ve foreseen or have calculated
So you better beware of how you (treat others &) act
With the neighbors you despise, you better make a pact
Cause you never know (when &) whose help you’ll truly need
Make everyday a random act of kindness & do a good deed
Cause it ain’t over, even after you think you are fine
When you try & take a deep breath, you’ll hear a wheezing whine
Also comes the fatigue & brain fog, like a vicious mental storm
You’ve gotta wait for much longer, until you can feel like you’re back to norm
Healing & recovery is like unlocking that steel heavy door
Like to unbuild mountains & unlearn racism is a never ending chore
Whether you’re in or out of a real or ‘self-made’ prison cell
Loneliness, forced solitude & illness is the worst kind of hell
When you decide to fight & finally test your best self & all the more
Only with genuine intent & focused drive can you Succeed, breaking obstacles, pushing through that door.

Date of Birth: 02/11/1975 (46 years old)
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Single
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Race: Asian
Ethnicity: Not Hispanic or Latino
Eye Color: Brown
Hair Color: Black
Height: 6 ft.
Body Type: Athletic
Hometown: Berkeley / The San Francisco Bay Area, California (USA)
Spoken Languages: English, Hindi, Punjabi
Religion: Open for Discussion
Astrological Sign: Aquarius

Profile will end on: 05/19/2022

Michael Singh #T22165

California Substance Abuse Treatment Facility
P.O. Box 5246
Corcoran, CA 93212

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Incarcerated Since: 1996
Sentence Received: Life Without Parole
Earliest Release: 2025 (Youth Offender Parole under California Law)

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