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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: Flick Off
- POEM: Due Doo?
- As ma Taut Me: Owed to Presence Scent
- 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
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Tag Archives: Status Quo
This poem is about what may be the biggest con to which we are subject: that what you do doesn’t make any difference. I see this as a cynical project by those in power to entrench and secure a status … Continue reading
This poem is about having creative energies that are not honored and rewarded in our culture. Such creative energies may have difficulty finding channels to flow freely. This poem employs a magnificently mixed metaphor of an imagined Octopus’ Garden (Thank … Continue reading
A short poem on aging well… Seniority I used to be Young and unafraid Now I am Just Old and unafraid I suspect that one of the most pivotal dynamics of aging is about fear and conformity. It seems that … Continue reading
Below is the testimony I delivered today before Toledo City Council, or rather the three council members who showed up. The mayor also showed up for part of the testimony. Democracy Day Testimony March 5, 2018 Hi, my name is … Continue reading
He was invited too serve As devil’s advocate But he prudently recognized That the job was utterly filled Declining the precipitous prize And elevated gratuitousness At one point or another, we are each tempted to take up, the downside of an … Continue reading
If you knot for me You agin Me Oh my They would halve US Believe In a New York minute Weather 60 second ads Or master debating in public For ours To won party Or buy partisan ship That teeming … Continue reading
They took out a social contract On her In what might as well be Too her Too be As good As dead From their point of you Her response sow questionable If it’s awe the same Too you I’ll strike … Continue reading
This free political poster posits that the conventional wisdom of incremental change can be lethal to paradigm shifts needed for humanity to evolve to the next level. Devotees of incremental change may view death by degrees as safer, or at least … Continue reading
Power came to my home for dinner Well, not actually my home, rather my house Not in person, but through a representative Witch some defer to as a medium That would be TV In accuracy, as sum political add All … Continue reading
Victory lies In the wanton To be a sitting president Existentially unable to take a stand As a wizard behind the bully pulpit Meaning only Curtains for US A commandeered In chief smitten Buy the status qouteth Juggling interest In … Continue reading
The earth quaked Beneath the CEO As he re-torted It’s no bodies fault In a sense Coming upon The prophets of owed Raking over That thin lyin’ Between purveyor and consumer I’m just Doing my job And it’s knot My … Continue reading
He said She said You seem full of yourself Or full of something As I would Decidedly be Rather mistaken As too much for sum Than sow scarcely perceived In convenient lacking A peace meal Leaving hungry Or crocodile tears … Continue reading