Monthly Archives: February 2011

Disgruntled

Well, what a scrape we’ve got us into: Surrendered our force to a government That turns around and uses it on ourselves. Seems like a mighty blasted joke! Well, they have got the language, all they need. To govern means … Continue reading

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The Savage Environmentalist

He comes to bash our civil state; He brings with him his twisted hate; Of manhood crushed he speaks elate, The dirty environmentalist. Industrial progress he’d despise While photographing newts and flies; Then tells us he is nature-wise, The filthy … Continue reading

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Health Care

For socialized health care You pay and pay and pay, Until the pain of paying Makes pain half go away. And then some doctor looks at you And says that you’ll be fine, If you’ll but pay a little more … Continue reading

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The Plight of the Moochers

I’m entitled to my title of Moocher, And you to your title, Moochee; Just remember to do your true duty, And give all your earnings to me. You anger me now by these cutbacks, For you never cut back before. … Continue reading

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Don’t Call Them Cannibals

They’re honest, for they tell no lies; They openly accept the dough Was took from you and me, you know, Just voted for them who do, and so, They’re screaming they’ll be cheated,”Hey! “Oh, where is justice,” they scream and … Continue reading

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Stilettos!

Stilettos danced till dawn; The now stilled toes are gone. Vibrations echo on— Of spirit’s feet complete, Of hearts in fiercest beat, Of hands that touch, repeat, In swirls of all the girls And guys, so free and wise To … Continue reading

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Point of Origin (To a young student)

If you love the violin curving sound around within, If its music, swerving-soaring, carves a light in you adoring, And a smile of satisfaction ear to chin, Then you’ll know your life has purpose, And you’ll never faint or wonder, … Continue reading

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