Tag Archives: Dreams

POEM: A Day of Longing No More

A solstice poem… A Day of Longing No More The longest day of the year And nothing too due He was well Grounded Sent to his roam Bye know won On the level Of ants Who never cry “uncle” With … Continue reading

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POEM: Dawning of So-called Civilization

Uncertain daze I am not such a fan of civilization. I am learning to value disillusionment. Who needs illusions? Seeing the good, the bad, and the ugly seems like a better way to realize our dreams. Dawning of So-called Civilization … Continue reading

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POEM: Blue Light Unspecial

This poem is a bout blue light from electronic devices that stimulate our brains, and not necessarily our souls. Blue light interferes with falling asleep.  Blue light is an evolutionary newcomer dominating our nervous system, in contrast to night skies … Continue reading

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POEM: Capitalism Kills

Capitalism works best as siphoning life and humanity from others. I dream of an economy that serves humanity rather than humanity serving the economy. Of course, this is more succinctly put by this poem: Capitalism Kills Capitalism is a dream … Continue reading

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POEM: Don’t Buy Colorblind Just U.S.

Today, the U.S. Supreme Court banned using race as a consideration in college admissions. I’d like to take them to school with this poem: Don’t Buy Colorblind Just U.S. The people have been herd It has been dictated In black … Continue reading

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POEM: The Child Got Their Shot

A poem that came from know wear… The Child Got Their Shot The child got their shot Not at earnest learning Or playful preoccupation Not at hard work rewarded Or hopes fully fed The child got their shot A bullet … Continue reading

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POEM: Goddest of Dreams

Goddest of Dreams One serendipitous night I stumbled up On a most glorious site An indescribable rite When mortals have only their dreams She would sow free Pluck stars from the sky Only to sprinkle them On waking heads And … Continue reading

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POEM: Weathering Humanity

They could Not no Weather humanity Had Arrived At that bottleneck Passibly a birth canal Or river Styx Too cross Dammed possibility Or mirror probabilities Humanity, with its profound possibilities and asinine algorithms, perpetually wrests at the juncture of tantalizing … Continue reading

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POEM: That Saddest Factory Job

He wanted A sweet life But he woke Too fine himself In a jam Too preserve That weigh of life Bearing deferred dreams His soul apprehension A future in trapped Just wanting A good deal bettor Then merely make it … Continue reading

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Summer Solstice Poem: A Day of Longing No More

The longest day of the year And nothing too due He was well Grounded Sent to his roam Bye know won On the level Of ants Who never say “uncle” With blades broken Beaten by the sun Sow green With … Continue reading

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POLITICAL POEM: Fighting Exclusively

It was his thing Fighting exclusively Battles he could win His crowning I deal Never finding himself On-the-cide of losers Whirled why’d Naught ails But win Filling his sales Whatever He could bye A captain of destiny In habiting the … Continue reading

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POEM: Just Dew It

Round Mid night Countless drops Fall free In to the loving alms Of Mother Earth Making a mud pact With trees, meadow, and flower To dew wet sow ever They thirst for Life has an incredible capacity for renewal.  As … Continue reading

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HOPE POEM: Why God Invented Dark

God invented dark As a respite From high noon That searing sun Of which mortal men are made To see Sow much more Innumerable lofty stars Unseen in mere day dreams Beyond won’s highest hopes Awe at once A mist … Continue reading

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POEM: That Arguable Grip

He argued Fore cynicism Farced to choose between What’s left What is right And he one handily With won hand tied behind his back Soundly Like the slow clap With the only hope That he is not contagious And that … Continue reading

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POEM: As Far As One Kin See

As far as one kin see It is a sin to crush some one’s body And infinitely greater sow to crush some one’s spirit In sum vain temped too raze awe questions Can God A-bridge Between infinitude and soully you … Continue reading

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ELECTION POEM: Owed Too An Election: The Don’s Power Grab

How grate thou art Of the power grab Too expose the private part of US As innocence on the lam Sow so sorry As if He is just Exercising His first amend meant Rites Sow so owed An election Fantasies … Continue reading

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THIRD PARTY POEM: A Door Number Three

A Door Number Three Caught a mist The cross Fire Between partisan streams Shooting for number won Too put out In A narrow mined field Wear white is anti-black And black is nonwhite So fanatical about your stripes Yet no … Continue reading

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POEM: Anew Page Delivering

I am Subject too The very inquisition Wanting too a void Axing the quest in Who would halve me Believe Know One Wrote The book In my heart Anything but stone Nothing accept Throwing multifarious dirt At clay feat As … Continue reading

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POEM: Unpain Vocations

There are long aligns To unpain vocations Pro-longed wading to a temp And after awe Many will Due what tolled Unwilling to pay the accost In baring feudal labor As unsuitable to be delivered And forever borne agin Illiciting that … Continue reading

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POEM: Rousing Fresh Fortune

To no what is possible Sum look too the passed To undertake certainties Too due dreams untested Some are moved Bye this present Liberating futures seized And undo The knot tied And never tried How Ever prospecting possibilities in awe … Continue reading

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