Monthly Archives: April 2015

A World To Hold

She lies in truth at rest, Clothe-less upon the earth. In sleep she’s still the best Of all live beauty’s worth. I look, for great joy’s sake, To she who’s passed the test Of art that is not fake Where … Continue reading

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What Real Man?

Disturbing—that’s what this riot is; Disturbing—ruined property; Disturbing as an atom bomb In the hands of a kind enemy. Disturbing are the lopped off heads Of innocent people, too. Disturbing that the ISIL thugs Make plans of death a-new. Disturbing, … Continue reading

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Much More Than Disturbing

When you have a government that does not recognize and uphold individual rights, but instead consistently violates them, then rioting and pillaging become merely “disturbing”—as the Mayor of Baltimore said last night. Then disturbing the peace is seen not as … Continue reading

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Important

What is important? A big, green, blue and brown rock rolling in dull circles around a star, or the smartest animal on that rock? If man is successful, or if he destroys himself, that rock is just going to keep … Continue reading

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“I didn’t have a chance”

Jenkins stood before the judge and pleaded not guilty.   He had robbed a bank at gunpoint and had been caught by police two blocks away counting the money in an alley. The judge said, “You were caught red-handed and we … Continue reading

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The Virtuous Policy

“Oh no!” said the President, “we can’t cut down on taxes and environmental and business regulations. Why, there would be new companies starting up, millions of new jobs available; people would start finding it easier to pay their bills and … Continue reading

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The Secret Petals

At end of day, in dark’ning hours, When winds are still and closed are flowers, I sit outside beside the tree And hear the song you sing to me. Yet it is not for me you sing, But for yourself, … Continue reading

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