Monthly Archives: July 2014

Oh, John Galt… (Thank you, Ayn Rand, for creating your great hero)

Oh, John Galt, he was a master With a master’s master plan; He stood aside to let men go While crazily they ran. Oh, John Galt, he was an angel, He gave men their desires, And stood and watched while … Continue reading

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The Movie that Stopped Jihad

It is a movie about a young Jihadist who goes on a killing rampage and is shot down dead. We see him transfigured—his wounds are healed, his young, muscular body is radiant with the glow of health. As he ascends … Continue reading

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True Selfie

If I could speak in silence through the dim dark night, I’d be a moonbeam riding, gliding, through sleep’s sight. If I could sing in murmurs that are felt, unheard, I’d flutter in your dreamland like an unseen bird. If … Continue reading

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Butterflies, Why?

Butterflies yellow, and violet, white, Fluttering fellows of soft delight, Why do you follow, following fair— Backward and forward, here again, there— Nothing, it seems nothing in view? Everywhere fluttering, light and true, Nowhere particular, happy in flight, Butterflies yellow, … Continue reading

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The Love of Being

Above the love of being there is naught to go, And being that is reason is a height to know. And higher than a thinker who in act is true Is nothing but accomplishment of ends seen through. The happiness … Continue reading

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The Poet and The Statue

If I, as bird, did fly around your waterfall Of silver-shining hair to see your twinkling eyes And stopped, a-hover there, so much amazed with all The wrink’less beauty of a splendid lover, oh, Would I not sing such piercing … Continue reading

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If I Could Change The World

If I could change the world I’d do religion in, And all that’s altruistic I would make a sin. If I could change the world I’d change all governments To rights protecting bodies of rational good sense. There’d not be … Continue reading

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