Monthly Archives: March 2017

Kindness

A five-year-old came walking on the bus And as she passed me started to say Hi, But I’d dark glasses on and she was fussed. Immediately i took them off, looked eye to eye, And she did smile into a … Continue reading

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No Man Inside

Who are these men that love not individual rights? Are they not individuals their own selves? Nay! They have no single-burning lights, Self-masterless as puppets string by string, Who want but pull of poles for veering left, Or right, to … Continue reading

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The Hole Truth

Vipers of the world, unite! Your brother Islam yearns another bite! He’ll suck in all the poison that you give To spit on children that they may not live. He’s greedy for the gifts of death, he grieves When someone’s … Continue reading

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Don’t Give A Will

Don’t give a will for when you come to die, But now give all you are to earth and sky— Your energy creative, your best work done, The love you love, new battles to be won; Give breath of thoughtful … Continue reading

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Oh, Vile And Wicked

Oh, vile and wicked Islam with your hate, Your hate of life you live to desecrate; You murderer most fiendish, sick of soul, With terrored death the meaning of your goal, Which is to kill and kill with love of … Continue reading

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Done

Jet trails in the sky; cars beep below; White steam flowing high; tugboats bellow. Silver shaft spears one lonely cloud; Trains go rumbling, low and very proud. Click, clack, click, go footsteps fast; Other feet join in, all first, none … Continue reading

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The Task Of Time

The task of Time is to divide us from desires, While he performs with long perfections sure. We light the night with writings made of fires Which match the morning sun with verses pure, Then send them to inspirer of … Continue reading

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