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Top Pun's mission is to maximize prophets. Top Pun creates serious, funny, and seriously funny peace and justice designs which are available on your choice of products such as buttons, T-shirts, and bumper stickers. Top Pun blogs to highlight additional facets of his word artistry such as pun-filled poetry and funny political satire, free posters, as well as political actions of local and global importance -- and don't forget the noncommercial, public health radio show available online, Just for the Health of It . Top Pun's serious playfulness ever reminds us that justice is no yoke, and the pun is mightier than the sword!
My Public Health Radio Show
- POEM: One Duck in a Row — Enough!
- POEM: Screw the All Gore Rhythm
- POEM: I’m Mutable Soul
- POEM: Detente
- POEM: What Counts?
- POEM: Gobble Gobble Gobble
- POEM: The Hit and Myth Nature of Cautionary Tales
- POEM — Hemlocking the Socratic Method [Curiosity Killed the Hepcat]
- POEM: Dread Full Theology
- POEM: The Dumbest Thing I Ever Metaphor
- POEM: The Die is Cast
- POEM: That Hire Power
- POEM: Replete the Sounding Joy!
- POEM: Unentitled Number Two
- POEM: Letting Loose Averse
- POEM: Attrition Verses
- POEM: Believe Ability
- POEM: Giant Chain of Keys
- POEM: Making Shit Up
- POEM: Beating The Conundrum
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Tag Archives: Fundamentalism
This poem is a tribute to the dumbfounding reality that speaking about God is extremely dangerous, almost as dangerous as not speaking about God. I am perpetually drawn to contemplating ultimate concerns, which naturally outline one’s respective, or irrespective, views … Continue reading
As you may know, I am a convicted felon, for refusing to register for the military draft, way back in the 1980’s when draft registration was reinstituted. I found such a mandate offensive to my conscience and world peace. I … Continue reading
Occam’s Razor is the problem-solving principle that recommends searching for explanations constructed with the smallest possible set of elements. This funny and tragic poem is a parody of the misuse of the principle of Occam’s Razor to over-simplify and round … Continue reading
The stockpiles of human knowledge grow exponentially And wisdom, like needling a haystack Says, “What the hay?!” Finding better questions is where it’s at Not how fast you can shovel it Nor how big your pitchfork is Rather what thread … Continue reading
The Zen master was nearly Finished with his instruction When he got to non-seriousness I was greatly relieved For I was taking nothing He was saying Seriously This short poem gets at one of the great paradoxes of enlightened spirituality: … Continue reading