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CHRISTMAS COME EARLY



Call me ludicrous ‘cause
I know it’s outrageously early but
I’m aching to put up my Christmas tree
It’s crazy but no surprise
I could use a little cheer
I want to buy in to the illusion 
That everything is wonderful
That everything will be alright
That Santa will take care of folk
That have been good all year
I’m longing to dreamily lose myself
In the glow of holiday garlands lit
Close my eyes and kiss my sweetheart 
Under the magic of mistletoe
Call me what you will



Posted on October 10, 2018


Copyright © Line Gauthier | Year Posted 2018


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Both my kids have Birthdays next Month

Is weird to be born
in society thinks is the 
greatest ever and for good reasons.

I was being breast-fed when my mom heard the news
of JFK
She remembers, I don't.

I don't member RFK either or even 
MLK, but what I will tell ya
is forty odd years later  doesn't ring true
that all three were
“random acts of violence”

We gotta get smart, people
trust our own brains 'cause I tell ya
what slave-owners don't want ya to know

Long as ya buy in to brown-nose *** kissin' consumption
you're riskin' your kids future and furthermore
the half-life for super-powers is about two-hundred
years, ask greece and rome
turkey, egypt, great brittain and so on

just sayin' think on it please
that's all.


Copyright © Nancy Jones | Year Posted 2011