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POEM: Censorship

The worst thing about censorship is This short, one-line poem could be mistaken for half a poem.  This poem may leave the reader wondering what I, the author, consider to be the worst thing about censorship. This poem may even … Continue reading

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POEM: Treatment…Like…Sewage

Treatment…Like…Sewage I lived in Libertarianville They said “If you want sewage treatment, Just go to some place that has it.” So I did Many don’t live there long I find discussing politics with self-professed Libertarians a vexing experience.  Typically, we … Continue reading

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