Monthly Archives: November 2015

Virtue’s Sway

It is not Christmas, no, ’tis not, But Midas Time, when happy wealth Hands gifts to loved ones on the spot, And sweet of joy and spice of health Are lifting loved one’s lips a lot! The tinseled tree-limbs’ sparkling … Continue reading

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The Free Meal

The ten men paddled their boat away from their Islamic State island. They were heading for Mimba, a small freedom-loving island, where they hoped to get food, clothing and houses. As they beached their boat on the white sands of … Continue reading

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Not Thanks, But Praise

Not thanks, but praise, Yea, praise to independence, Praise on praise on praise To men who drive with sense Up their independent ways! And songs, not prayers, Yea, songs to honest seeing, Singing, singing, singing, To men whose joy of … Continue reading

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Refugee, Principle

There is no real problem with a refugee as long as one holds to the principle of non-initiation of force. First, if you know someone who is fleeing his country and coming to yours, you can choose to help him–financially, … Continue reading

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The Gangster

Islam is the gangster faith of Muslims including belief in Allah as its god and Muhammud as his prophet, and murder for the sake of murder. An imam is a Muslim gang leader. Kill the imams and you kill the … Continue reading

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Life and Love

Life! What a wonderful thing! To breathe and stand, to see and think! To walk with lightness, run and act! To lie on down and dream of the future! Of things to be made, songs to be sung! Loves to … Continue reading

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Moslem Refugees

Who is to pay for their food and housing? Taxpayers. How was this money gotten from taxpayers? Through threat of force for not paying taxes. So, the government, which violated the individual rights of its citizens in taking their money … Continue reading

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Harmless

She was a mild-mannered Muslim. She came to my small store two or three times a week, wearing her burka. She was short and slender and her eyes smiled. Once, when no one else was around, she removed the burka … Continue reading

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Self-Made

The man who wasn’t thankful Walked down the city street; He looked up at tall buildings, Their sun-kissed heights to greet. He heard the roar of subways And smiled for power sung, Then headed to the river Where sparkling bridges … Continue reading

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Light-Switch—ON!

Oh, men and women fearless, proud, Who fought for freedom, heads unbowed, Who through each battle struck the foe And laid the bastard way down low, Who had in sight the dawn’s first light Even in darkest depths of night, … Continue reading

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Snow’s Bliss

Flakes light Follow down Flakes light To the ground. Flakes white Follow fair Flakes white Everywhere. Flakes bold On the tongue, Flakes cold That are sung. Flakes sharp On the arm, Flakes soft In their charm. Flakes bright Follow fair … Continue reading

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Pride

Pride, if weak men say You must slouch and hide, Cast their wish away— Denied. Pride that’s truly earned, Self-esteem that rules, If not praised, is spurned— By fools. Bow you not for they Envious of height; Leave them where … Continue reading

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Adventure

Joy, where shines thy light? Where sweep thy wings? “Child, your face is bright; Your spirit sings.” Courage, where’s thy will? Strength, where’s thy soul? “Child, you’re up the hill, Alone and whole.” Hope, where can thou be? Darkness is … Continue reading

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Resolve

Life, when sorrow takes you low, Eyes tearful on the bed, Let your value show— Raise your head. Love is nowise weaker then, Strength’s fearlessness not less; Rise, and seek again Happiness Feel your sorrow, let it grow, Eyes blind … Continue reading

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When

Only when time is fast and slow, Only when breezes stop and go, Only when shadows shrink and rise, That is the When nobody tries. All is a-coming, going, gone; All is a breath of breathless dawn, Crinkle and wink … Continue reading

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Like Me

Palms pressed high On windowed sky— Strong blue, soft white, I see. Clouds’ design Is ragged line— Strong blue, soft white, For me. Care’s not there, Nor guns of air; Strong blue, soft white, Is free. Caught in frame, Not … Continue reading

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Theft

Hand pressed on my brow Cannot catch my thought, But your lips, somehow, Have my music caught. Fingers through my hair Do not dreams in-fold, But your eyes, right there, See the view I hold. Palm upon my jaw Only … Continue reading

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Atonement

Silence waits for song; Patient, makes no moan; Yearns for singing strong To atone Hours without song. Song waits on desire; Waits for will the same. Dreams of deeds inspire Words that leap as flame To atone Hours without song! … Continue reading

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Sheila Rides

Sheila rides her horse, Jumps the fences pure; Round and round the course Bounding sure. Sheila sits so straight, Holding light the reins; Quick, they’re through the gate! One remains. Highest of them all, Board so brightly white; Up! They … Continue reading

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Light To Spare

Child, what lights your eyes? Are these stairs such fun? Climb into the skies When they’re done. Climb in dream through cloud, Climb awake uphill; Climb, and be you proud All you will. Child, what moves your lips? Are these … Continue reading

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Guilt, Not Gilt

Money, what is that? “Free! For free!” some cry. Money’s like a cat Mice defy. Money is not cheese; Eat it, you will cease. Beg it on your knees— No increase. Steal from he who earns, The cat will scratch … Continue reading

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Lonely Freedom

Freedom, where is home? None will take you in. Tiredly you roam Where you’ve been. Slaves men yearn to be, Slaves to giving all; Selfless men, not free, Ere they fall. Altruistic quacks, Clones to duty bound, Prove themselves in … Continue reading

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Beauty and Time

Beauty, where is praise, Praise for all thy kind? I give all my days, All my mind. Harsh the songs men sing, Heavy are the words; Nothing light as birds Twittering. Still, my lips are pure, Thrilled with songs of … Continue reading

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Justice

Justice, what is this? Men forget your name. Ignorance is bliss? Total shame. Progress can’t progress. Life can’t long abide; Backwards men now press, Run and hide. Honesty, your mate, Many wash, like mud. “Clean”, they wait for Fate’s Reign … Continue reading

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Truth and Joy

Truth, if men hold fast Strongly to your side, Falsehood will be crushed ‘Neath your pride. Like the very sun Striking night-time out, You’re a long homerun Without doubt. Catch may none but fans Waving fair your flight; Cheer they … Continue reading

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