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Categories: civil, bullying, earth, hate, health,
Premium MemberEnergy Democracy v Fascism
by Gerald Dillenbeck
I suppose
cannibalism
is the logical conclusion
of rabidly overpopulated fascism.

Some cannibals,
perhaps all,
ate their human prey
not for typical nutritional reasons
like other forms of digested nature,
but more specifically
because those...

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Categories: civil, appreciation, bereavement, birth, black
Premium MemberFREE AT LAST
by James Edward Lee Sr.
              FREE AT LAST...Tribute To Dr. Martin Luther King

oh, Dr. Martin...At last...

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Categories: civil, humor,
Premium MemberMy Chemistry Teacher
by Maurice Rigoler
(This is a true experience.)


In her sixties, of Swedish descent, 
robustly built and big breasted, the girth
of her thighs were like a Henry Moore sculpture.

Her...

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Categories: civil, change, discrimination, earth, how
Where did this hate come from
by robin davis
Come on people lets be civil
Why we causing so much trouble
In a world that needs to see
So much more humanity
Hatred can be lessened by 
The...

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Categories: civil, freedom, integrity, life, love,
Premium MemberFree Love
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Do you remember stories about the incensed 60s?

The smoke-filled Beatles,
and acrid flowering Hippies,
and Aquarian Age of Free Love.

It fizzled out.
It wasn't such a Great Transition
as...

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Categories: civil, earth, education, health, integrity,
Premium MemberDefining Trumpism
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Let's talk today about Trumpism.

If this is a new word,
how is it different and the same as
Fascism?

Who is a Trumpian
more than a Republican?
Or do these...

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Categories: civil, age, america, health, integrity,
Premium MemberThose Who Listen
by Gerald Dillenbeck
If we,
especially in China, Russia, and USA,
were more cooperatively in charge
among our EarthSouled selves,
and less about competitively charging at,
shooting at each other
and our homes
and gardens,
less...

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Categories: civil, car, cat, chanukah, child,
moving the embassy
by jan hansen
Moving an Embassy 

So it happened then Israel won the White House
and the Embassy will be in Jerusalem, while this is seen
as a great success...

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Categories: civil, hope,
State of the Union
by Michael Moncrief
Let's pretend 
That these embers of war 
Are fireflies on a summer's night; 
A new beginning, 
Pheromones in flight, 
A chase without carnage, 
A capture...

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Categories: civil, abuse, celebrity, identity, image,
Youthquake Snowflakes
by Earl Schumacker
Youthquake seismic events rock history
Over caustic boundaries there drowned
Tsunami prone again
Confused by them and rain

Melt down society volcanic in their ashes
Fire delights the juvenile
Feelings fall...

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Categories: civil, america, betrayal, christmas, conflict,
Inflated Santa
by Christine Phillips
Naked trees crying out in the streets
They have lost all their perpetual leaves
Nude branches shooting up in the  stagnant air
Whispering something that you have...

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Categories: civil, anger, betrayal, child, death,
Premium MemberSlaughter The Innocent Children
by JOHN JURKOWSKI
Let’s scrape away those Palestinian Muslim Arab scums
To rightly make room for the Jews, God’s chosen ones.
In the name of God, King and Country, always...

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Categories: civil, hate,
Black Words Unsayable
by Subimal Sinha-Roy
The mind masked civil
Spins strands of black words
The voice can’t weave the phrase
Lest the veil lifts from the tarnished face.
If you say what you hide...

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Categories: civil, celebration,
New Beginning Page 52a
by Owen Yeates
Hugs, Kisses And Love

This year you can forget the mistletoe and wine
I just want to have hugs of your body divine
This year you can forget...

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Categories: civil, appreciation, creation, emotions, freedom,
love of words
by MATTHEW harris
zilch = the current net result dabbling with said medium
which upside per literary skill 
   allows, enables and provides
a golden opportunity 
 ...

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Categories: civil, books, devotion, evil, history,
white Washing Tons Of American History by George part ii
by MATTHEW harris
   generally not worth a cent                 ...

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Categories: civil, betrayal, black african american,
White Washing Tons Of American History by George part ii
by MATTHEW harris
   generally not worth a cent                 ...

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Categories: civil, creation, culture, education, health,
Premium MemberFaith in History Lessons
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Patterns of phylogenic history
retell our creative creation story
as bicameral restoration
of Earth's nature-spirit ecology,
both Eastern karma
and Western co-redemptive grace.

Spiritual memory experience
of RNA
and later DNA developments
and traumatic...

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Categories: civil, caregiving, earth, education, health,
Premium MemberPreparing Love's Ways and Means
by Gerald Dillenbeck
So, love is good for you?
Not too traumatic?

In a foreplay
Win-Win kind of way,
yes.

Now what?

Maybe some music and stretching?

How about another dance?

Sacred MotherEarth,
you wear me out.

I...

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Categories: civil, tribute, veterans day, ,
Women in Military Service for America Memorial
by lim'rik flats
Oft overlooked veterans,
of EVERY American war
The Medal of Honor, 
one woman only ever wore.*

Women in Military Service,
a concept slow to grow.
Unrecognized, under-compensated,  
yet, always...

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Categories: civil, absence, age, boy, childhood,
BOYHOOD BUREAU -
by MATTHEW harris
written a long time ago

Aghast
Sans shutting the dresser fast
Lest drawing to cloths to the past.

Akin to dredging up sedimentary muck
That metaphors me whence getting stuck
During...

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Categories: civil, america, freedom, irony,
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Categories: civil, america, anger, betrayal, how
trumpy's Republican Platform
by George Martin
He's A Pedophile President
In love with himself, and the Republican Party
He says healthcare is not for me, cause' I have cancer and that I should...

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Categories: civil, black african american, caregiving,
Premium MemberBLACK PANTHER
by James Edward Lee Sr.
Wakandan African Chieftain King
Married to X-Man Storm
A scientists, prince King hero Avenger
Civil rights activists here and in Africa
Some in New York's Hells Kitchen calls him...

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Categories: civil, war,
Premium MemberCivil War
by Jannie Breedt
Hell is knocking on the door
O God, this is it now
Save our souls this is war...

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Categories: civil, conflict, parody, perspective, war,
Premium MemberSecond to None
by Freddie Robinson Jr.

Welcome to the war, son ...
You’ve been conscripted,
go grab a gun
And you daughters 
of the new American flag,
you’re not exempted either
Go get that gat outta...

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Categories: civil, absence, abuse, africa,
HOUSE OF SYMBOLS
by john chizoba vincent
this is the house we were made.
a house papa and mama’s colors joined together.
we have the map of this building in our palms,
we could not...

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Categories: civil, death, death of a
ASABA MASACRE NIGERIA CIVIL WAR
by ANIEMEKA NATHANIEL
The beautiful heart of Asaba collapsed 
 Before the night watch,
Men dig their grave, buried alive
Carcass scatter the ground to be fed  by vultures
The...

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Categories: civil, music, prejudice,
The Beatles against Segregation
by Paul Warren
In 1964 the Beatles toured the USA
And they stood against the Segregation way
John said they would rather lose the cost
Than take the stage with a...

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Categories: civil, america, boy, change, childhood,
Now And Then
by curtis johnson
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Categories: civil, discrimination,
Premium MemberSome May Forget But
by Janis Thompson
Some May Forget But

Some may forget but
I still remember segregated times
churning hatred of evil lips 
speaking from underdeveloped brain stems
sarcastic voices frightening little girls
who hid...

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Categories: civil, anxiety, conflict, humanity, life,
I'm only passing through
by Chris Peers
Settle down friend, 
you won't be here long,
everybody knows their right, 
and everybody else is wrong,
we have all been given a truth,
and everybody else is...

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Categories: civil, earth, faith, family, health,
Premium MemberRed and Blue Estrangered Families
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Dear Siblings Three,

I was reading a story
in which some siblings became estranged
after their parents died,
while others moved toward greater solidarity.

This is a variation on a...

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Categories: civil, columbus day, culture, health,
Premium MemberColumbian UnCivil Allegiances
by Gerald Dillenbeck
It was a nasty war.

To call it an UnCivil War
is to avoid an obvious oxymoron
as embarrassing as Military Vitriolic Intelligence
through lack of Anger and Fear...

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Categories: civil, absence, conflict, vanity,
Victimised, like totally
by Fariq Yusoff
The prettiest, piteous, pompous, chick,
A hideous, devious, worst than sick,
Weak but slick, sneakily obvious,
Suspicious yet ambitious, cautiously quick,
Treat yet trick, easily malicious,

Strain to obtain the...

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