Monthly Archives: January 2018

Locke And Authority

John Locke said that a government’s authority could come only from the consent of the people. On the surface this sounds nice and seems to make sense. But, let’s look at it closely. “Consent of the people”—which people? How many … Continue reading

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I Do Not Doubt

This mental joy we have, my dear, as one, Though held apart by walls of land and sea, Has made us lovers second unto none, And giv’n imaginations cells of royalty. Soon comes our high-dreamed friendship to its close, When … Continue reading

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So Mush

You’re in the computer, You type on my post. I answer you back That you are the most. You put up a smiley— An angel so sweet. I tap in some kisses– Oh, add one repeat! And now you are … Continue reading

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Haiku Need

Sparrows need flowers to sing. No, that is not true. I, a poet, I need you. Eagles need winds’ wings to fly. No, that is not right. I need your laughter for height.

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Deaf

You told me not to kiss you, But I did disobey; You told me not to miss you; I miss you every day. You told me not to praise you, But I my songs do sing; You told me, told … Continue reading

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Never

I am so very thankful i have met you, To Kuala, for to get you, I will fly. I will hug you and I’ll kiss you For the years that I have missed you And I’ll never ever ever say … Continue reading

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Here To Win

Oh, give me many kisses, dear; Kiss me many a time. Your lips were made for kisses, dear, My lips were made for thine. Then fill my cheeks with kisses, dear, Kiss from ear to chin; Our love is best … Continue reading

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