Dad and oft-times contributor to The Good Men Project Jim Mitchem shared this video on Facebook. The last word of his status update says it all:
In fact, we dare you to listen to the last line of this performance and not get the #chills.
“This is a man’s work. And I don’t care how you get it done. This is fatherhood. By any means. Necessary.”
This spoken word poem is performed by Boris Rogers as part of the Charlotte Video Project. According to the blurb on YouTube, in Body & Voice: Bluz, some of Charlotte’s best performance artists use body movement and the voice as their media — comics, poets and actors.
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