RSSArchive for September, 2013

Sep

29

My Steed

` My Steed Snorts at the orange moon’s orbit as he lathers up sweat circling cinder track in training. On the shore he frolics across sand prancing, shaking his mane landing, nostrils flaring, foot prints fill with foam as he dashes into sea water challenging waves away far banked from home rolls and plays and […]

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Sep

25

Calculus….

The Calculus of Boyhood On your own, first thing you learn entirely your own, your first hoop after eating two eggs your Momma makes sunny eyes up like the big guys, being Chop Chop with Black Hawk in Sabre Jets flying the skies shooting down Migs in the night all morning running, you fight in […]

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Sep

22

to get back on track:

It Is Hard to Kick Against the Pricks As Stephen grew in diverse wonders light from Holy Spirit shown in him, caused threatened council by backlash of the people from Crucifixion to bring him in, to do him in. They hated this man, his message, before he said a word. His sermon brought to date […]

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Sep

18

Why on earth would the western press give al qaeda any benefit of doubt when it comes to who fired the missiles with chemical weapons?

Curv’ed Curv’ed be all reason and rhyme and curv’ed be old father time folly on its own must be no crime I must repent for all the promises that went unspent most of them without intent were lost in time

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Sep

16

letter from Syria

A few years back, you could take a car from Damascus to Latakia, the seaport about 400 miles to the north. Then out of the blue rebel checkpoints would appear along the road massacring all travelers, including whole families, who were not sunni.  The rebels would then shrink back into neighboring villages, hiding behind the […]

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Sep

13

Coptic Slaughter… revised

Coptic Slaughter I know, I know he sent Trumka to prepare Egyptian soil behind closed doors… fat man in robes and roses squeezes a live fly stuck to a date in rice pudding, his girl serves tea with kleeja dances for him briefly, he waves her away two more arrive and his son, the minister […]

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Sep

11

How is throwing children into a volcano worse than brainwashing them to blow themselves up?

A poem that touches on truth and justice; Give Me Diogenes A slave who wanted to be sold to a man that needed a slave for a master. what we have in us of the image of God is the love for truth and justice, said Demosthenes, called demagogue by Diogenes, though he took his […]

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Sep

8

on the eve…. Where Do You Have to Go….

On the eve of what seems another international engagement (let’s hope the House of Representatives has the good sense to oppose this action), it is worth considering this civil war for what it actually is: a conflict between saudi supported sunni muslim brotherhood and al qaeda against the iran supported shia of the status quo […]

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Sep

4

Here’s a response to our ‘Syrian Crisis:’ A Crow’s Fly By

It is established that the Syrian government seems to be winning their war against the rebels. Why would they risk the use of chemical weapons when it could bring America into the war against them. Our satellite surveillance shows men loading missiles with what would appear to be chemical weapons in territory that is supposedly […]

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Sep

1

A poem pertaining a repeated metaphor: “put new wine into new bottles”

The Good Wine Through eye like crevice tiny as lace invisible light flies brace from paradise, blinds with sight whoever close reflection scrolls… Sweet water from such well as Samaritan woman drinks. To her on being asked about Messiah says “I that speak unto thee am He.” Of living water she tells all she sees. […]

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