Tag Archives: Anger

POEM: Unleashed

As anger and grief morphs Into the habits and vagaries of daily life The heart is circled by its waggin’s In loo of revolutions more roil As if Too be stuck In The mettle Only to be Haunted by cursory … Continue reading

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Chris Hedges’ Interviews Noam Chomsky on Precarious State of America

Once again, Chris Hedges nails it in his article, Noam Chomsky Has ‘Never Seen Anything Like This,’¬†discussing the precarious state of the current American political landscape and bringing to bear Chomsky’s rigorous and insightful analysis over the last several generations: … Continue reading

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POEM: Mad Happy

Well I never Happy to be mad Mad too be happy This might be crazy That maybe fitting Ante this and ante that Given fighting chance And unbelievable odds Of uncounted to won Beat up and up beat Pleased as … Continue reading

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POLITICAL POEM — Donald Trump: Know Laughing Madder

Donald Trump Is beyond doubt Know laughing madder Failing incalculable spells of misogyny Portending to have awe ready one his election handily Too the victor goes the spoiled Winner loose The racist goes to the fascist An object lessen in … Continue reading

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POEM: Forgiving Justice

Forgiveness can no more refute The demands of justice And its claim reguarding the lost Than justice can outflank The necessity of forgiveness To open the door for peace A heart rendering choice The difference being Securing one’s house Or … Continue reading

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POEM: Serendipity and Dippity Doo

On occasions I find it easy To believe In sarin gas And dippity doo Rather than serendipity These are not special occasions While many of my poems have an edge to them, my body of work is decidedly hopeful. ¬†This … Continue reading

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Violence Protects the State

Stephanie N. Van Hook, Executive Director of Metta Center for Nonviolence in Petaluma, California, has written a commentary in Znet on How Violence Protects the State.¬† Here is an excerpt: “Violence in opposition to the State relieves the State and … Continue reading

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