Monthly Archives: June 2010

Pass Out of Our Sight!

Women who want power, Men who want power, They should wed themselves and fight, And beat themselves, destroy themselves, And pass out of our sight. Ah, what a “should” for the good ‘twould be If bad men made themselves not … Continue reading

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Stillettos of White

(inspired by Puneeta Uchil) Stillettos of white On a bright-lit market floor, Announce with tap tap tap, “I’m going around once more!” The aisles of goods so clean Do smile, as if to say, “Stillettos, tap tap tap, And bring … Continue reading

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The Eyes of Mohammad

I look into the eyes of Mohammad And nothing of worth see there, See spots with only hatred fed For men who’re free anywhere. Inside his hate he’s held tight-fast, A prisoner chained to his fear— His fear of being … Continue reading

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O Soldiers Brave

O Soldiers brave, now passed away, Who gave your all for freedom’s light, We do remember you today, That you stood tall and you were right. You fought for freedom, fought for life, The life you loved, your country, too; … Continue reading

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It’s No Sacrifice to Me

For the passionate love of individual rights And America, the land of the free, I battle her dread foes days and nights, And it’s no sacrifice to me. The tyrants of fear, dictators of hate, All their armies on land … Continue reading

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Yes

(A tribute to the young sailor, Jessica Watson, who did what she wanted to do.) Free of thoughts and worries Of anyone’s yes or no, Jessica sailed around the world, And yes, she loved it so— Alone upon the great … Continue reading

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Song Of The Dreamer

To dream a dream of the perfect ideal Is to shine your light that is very real— Your light of happiness that never dies, No matter how far the ideal flies; But THAT it’s flying, that YOU keep it so, … Continue reading

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