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POEM: Which Neighbor is a Keeper?

This poem is about racism and nativism, our propensity to dehumanize the other, to write other humans off, to find room aplenty to throw under the bus or imprison in won weigh or an other. Which Neighbor is a Keeper? … Continue reading

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POEM: Call Me Warren

In life, I have learned that going down rabbit holes in not voidable. I have learned to welcome them as portals to new worlds. Regarding the title, for those who may be overly-citified, a warren is an area where rabbits … Continue reading

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POEM: You Are Not a Loan

A poem for those who have crushing student loan debt… You Are Not a Loan Do the bankers still have a crush on you Even after having Taken you To school Bank rolling The best daze of your life Only … Continue reading

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POEM: Halve Truth

This poem is a parody of the infamous “You can’t handle the truth” military courtroom speech from the 1992 movie, A Few Good Men. You can view the original speech here. Many have killed and died in wars over half-truths … Continue reading

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POEM: What Counts?

Mysticism is at the heart of all true religion. Experiencing the mystic, the sublime, may involve wooing over generations, even eons. However, on some inexplicable occasions, mystic experiences fuel an incinerator that lays waste to all convention and worldviews. The … Continue reading

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POEM: The Hit and Myth Nature of Cautionary Tales

Indigenous peoples have a legendary way of introducing stories: “This story may not have happened, but that doesn’t mean that the story isn’t true.” This is a way of pointing out that mere facts are not the only material for … Continue reading

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POEM: That Hire Power

Sometimes when I due things my weigh, it just leads me back to the eternal truth that things work out better when I employ awe. That Hire Power That hire power Put me on Notice Halve it my weigh A … Continue reading

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POEM: Making Shit Up

Weather to tell the truth or not? Forecast for today: shit flying, and the gravity of this doubted. The largesse of falsehoods seem ingrate supply in daze like this. Grievance politics seems as worth wile as cache. This poem may … Continue reading

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POEM: A Fete for Awe Time

Whatever time we have is a gift, the greatest of which is the present. Now is the the time for gratitude. Now is the time for love. Now is the time to dance. A Fete for Awe Time Is it … Continue reading

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POEM: Repleting Lies

War is fertile territory for hyperbole, to put it kindly. More to the point, war is built on lies. Big lies. Little lies. Really big lies. Truth is the first casualty of war — most of the rest are civilians. … Continue reading

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POEM: I Adore

I Adore I stumble up On the hows of awe people Soully to learn I adore That witch awe of life Is hinged And I am holy framed The truth of which I cannot bolt I am udderly dumb founded … Continue reading

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POEM: Oh Israel, Unequivocally State Fallowed Script Her

I have always admired the Torah and Old Testament perpetual reminders of “I am the LORD your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage,” and the precept, “You shall not oppress … Continue reading

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POEM: In Hospitable Missive

This poem was inspired by Israel’s official denial of any responsibility in the missile attack on a Palestinian hospital which resulted in the deaths of hundreds of patients, health care workers, and refugees desperately seeking what was hoped to be … Continue reading

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POEM — Bought Ensouled: Owed To Corporate Personhood

Corporate personhood is a scam, edging out actual human persons. Many corporate souls are filed in bank vaults in Delaware, a safe house for corporate persons…and having official papers they feel free to take a dump on actual persons. Who … Continue reading

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POEM: Making Know Deference

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

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POEM: Knot Sound – Owed to the Sound of a Cynic Being Borne

Ever wonder what is the sound of a cynic being borne? Knot Sound: Owed to the Sound of a Cynic Being Borne When an angel gets their wings A bell rings You may have been tolled Sow harmless in a … Continue reading

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POEM: Awkward Period

Awkward Period I am just Sow trying To navigate Well And empty well In this awkward period Between birth and death Life presents an unending series of challenges for which we can never be fully prepared. This truth embeds a … Continue reading

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POEM: Law Abiding Citizens — Until Not

This poem goes out to all of those affected by mass shootings this “Independence” Day weekend: Law Abiding Citizens — Until Not The truth is Out Law Abiding citizens Until not Bearing arms And souls Entrails of blood And tears … Continue reading

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POEM: Neighboring Accountability

Neighboring Accountability Several homes Down There is A child molester You can’t no For sure Buddies sow nice Too those knew Kids on the block How could you Warn up to him Surly there are other neighbors Axing the question … Continue reading

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POEM: Nobody Really No’s

Nobody Really No’s The apple falls The shoe drops The plan it tracks The gravity of such law as undisputed You need not condone Whatever weigh You obey Such gravity Know more Know less Sow it is With love Know … Continue reading

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