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Wiley Bridgeman

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Wiley Bridgeman was born on September 21st, 1954 in Cleveland, Ohio at Lakeside Hospital. Later in life, he found significant motivational inspiration  during his occupation as a librarian's aide at Cleveland State University; it gave the opportunity for him to bag his lunch and the time for his break period to slip into the music booths that were always unoccupied at that time and listen to classical music. The peace became a medium that somehow sent him upon a search for its harmony from sights about him, and there was no comparison he could weigh in life beyond his version of how life to him became a music where the melody was the progression of each person's pace.

Around this time, Wiley found his works were bent upon the clever expression and the bold usage of words. This was to later change when, in 1975, he came across a book entitled My Broken Wings, by Kahlil Gibran, that settled his thought pattern to endeavor romantically for an expression that would be entertaining, witty, and intelligent, as well as bare a wisdom while it informed.

Wiley took corporate law classes at Whiting Business College. He became incarcerated and could not finish at Whiting, and in the latter years of his incarceration he attended Ashland University’s college annex in Mansfield Correctional Institution.

Since, he has been totally exonerated behind the miscarriage of justice.

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