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Premium Member Climates of Ballistic Management
Senator Fuller,
a permaculture designer
turned architect of exterior landscapes
then public sector architect
of EarthShip cooperative interior landscapes,
is with us today
to tell us about why he supports Sanders,
at this point in time,
although he is making no commitments about...

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Categories: agricultural, destiny, earth, health, humor, peace, political, true
Form: Prose Poetry

Premium Member Tuan Tata: Song of Uda - Parts One and Two
 TUAN TATA : Song of Uda - I
by T. Wignesan

(Patrick Noone, a British anthropologist, discovered the Ple-Temiar tribe living isolated in the jungle highlands in the State of Perak on the west coast of...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: agricultural, death, murder, tiger, wife,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Thomas Jefferson
It interests me to peer past the drafting
and rewriting shoulder
of Thomas Jefferson,
unhappy slave-owner,
and John Adams,
with domestic slave-owner nuisance issues,
and other principle writing minds 
of original democratic declaration and constitution shaping times,
as they listened to their...

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Categories: agricultural, culture, happiness, health, humor, independence day, psychological,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Domestic Help
Let us,
for a heuristic historical moment,
create mental feeling embodied space,
for domestication as value neutral,
neither inherently good nor bad,
but more of a gradual evolutionary process
increasing mutual accessibility,
and therefore care-giving
and care-receiving vulnerability
to active daily trust and mistrust,

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Categories: agricultural, community, earth, education, health, integrity, love,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Cannibal Prophets
Prophecy is risky
and peculiar.

Prophets so seldom unveil opportunities
to win resilient integrity
without concomitant risks
of unhealthy failure.

Prophets of booming doom
and gloom
far outweigh voices for Golden Rules
and healthy tipping points
toward organic wealthy Ratios
to thrive opportunity rich
and risk free...

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Categories: agricultural, caregiving, culture, earth, environment, health, history, psychological,
Form: Political Verse

Premium Member The One OtherZone
Permaculture Design,
like any health restoring process,
begins with listening to each ZeroZone client
speak about deeply held goals and underlying values
they would like to share with their OneZone property(s).

Integral Permaculture Design
is no double-binary exception
in its ZeroZone internal...

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Categories: agricultural, earth, environment, health, peace, political, power, psychological,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Soul Stance River - 3
Night one on the new river, the campfire is spirited
and the future appears hospitable,
everyone has their rations, everybody is resting their pride
for on an expedition epic to each man and for a republic as well

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Categories: agricultural, adventure,
Form: Epic
Premium Member Creolizing Grace
We often lament long-term effects of slavery
on those enslaved across multiple generations.

Enslavement leads to addiction and codependent denial,
then is taught and mentored to enslaved children,
also separated from family and sold,
until third generations and beyond
were dressed...

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Categories: agricultural, addiction, culture, gender, health, love, racism, slavery,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Do most people live in poor countries

1: Which region of the globe has the lowest standard of living?

a. the Middle East.
b. sub-Saharan Africa
c. Asia.
d. Latin America.

2: Which of the following is not a country in the Third World?

a. Latin America
b. Asia.

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© Sotto Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: agricultural, analogy, world,
Form: List
Premium Member As We Imagine Gods, Venus And Mars
As We Once Imagined The Gods, Venus And Mars

    Universe eternally unending
    expanding space infinity sending,
    vast emptiness, separating its stars
    as we...

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Categories: agricultural, art, creation, humanity, meaningful, philosophy, stars, truth,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Wendell Berry's Boutique
zero-waste stream 
permaculturally designed
and cooperatively owned
are no more or less Democratic-Boutique ecopolitics

Than AgriBusiness
extractive anti-ecological 
rather than restorative-ecosystemic therapy,
competitively owned
and Business as Usual capitalist-colonizing designed
multinational conglomerates of anthro-hubris greed,
are no more or less Totalitarian Universal Supremacist...

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Categories: agricultural, america, farm, health, humanity, humor, integrity, love,
Form: Political Verse



I never subscribed to an unusual idea
That aliens are among us and thriving here
I now question my stand on that theory
Cause I’ve noticed some bodies quite eerie
I see gigantic beings...

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Categories: agricultural, addiction, america, culture, food, satire,
Form: Rhyme
Agricultural Show Rodeo
Across the ridges, flats and ranges, in print, on radio and stages,
you may hear this tale wherever you may go.
Sometimes a stranger may confide, about that famous ride,
in the rodeo at Mildura's annual show.

For a...

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Categories: agricultural, adventure, animal, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
We Must Strive for Political Correctness
By Elton Camp

It would just be the end
If by words we do offend.

There’s the devil to be paid
If we call a spade a spade.

“Vertically challenged” means short.
“Horizontally challenged,” a fat sort.

“Nondiscretionary fragrance” means we stink.

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© Elton Camp  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: agricultural, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Fresh Water Goldfish Whales
Hubby will NEVER let Dragon and me go to a pet store! Ever! Again!
It started when we needed Dog chow for all our really big dogs… then…
Dragon found the fish, with some being sold for...

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Categories: agricultural, fantasy, fun, funny, happy, hilarious, humor, imagination,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Sacred Sciences
All sacred science
is health science.

All health care
is wealthy spirited care.

If there is such a thing 
as an entirely secular science,
then it is probably an applied,
or "practical" technological discipline
like military science,
how to kill
while preaching a peace-loving...

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Categories: agricultural, happiness, health, integrity, language, lost love, myth,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Curse of Caste

They came on bullock-carts
loaded with gods

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: agricultural, birth, class, race, racism, religion,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Nutritionists

In case you didn’t know, nutritionists
pride themselves on being health specialists
by helping people manage their food intake
with supplemental knowledge on how to make
the best use of certain foods and thus escape
(so they’d have us believe)...

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Categories: agricultural, food,
Form: Narrative
Sample price of Russians in Chechnya
More than 1,000 men, sometimes women
forced to clandestine detention centers.
Relatives mystified as to there whereabouts.
Some Russian troops bribed 
with money, weapons or ammunition.
Returning gave rise to evidence
of rape to both women and men,
constant beatings rendering...

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Categories: agricultural, death, history, life, loss, political, sad, warwar,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Eye of the tropical January sun
Exercising belief about unknowns.
Makes sense to take your best guess.
Using history, numbers, extrapolation.
Getting the trajectory right for re-entry.
Few dissenters left for climate change, evolution.
Nuclear power brings a process to earth
that occurs only in space. Dangerous

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Categories: agricultural, death, fire, food, innocence, january, senses, song,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Where's Home
What exactly is home and where is it?                           ...

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Categories: agricultural, heart, home,
Form: Prose Poetry
Cow Gas
This is for Andrea D. who asked for my Cow Gas poems.  I have at least one more to 
post.  Look for California Cows.    Mike

Cow Gas

I’m putting my cows all...

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Categories: agricultural, animals, satire, science, visionaryme,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Tuan Tata: Song of Uda - I
              Part Two

shrinking you again within our ruwai
though always fearing, always cringeing at the thought
of the day
when his brothers would come in...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: agricultural, fear,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Letter From Home
I am writing to ask you about yourself
And your family in Nigeria and other black countries.
I have seen the bitter difference here;
The difference between Nigeria and other countries,
Then tears stream down from my eyes as...

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Categories: agricultural, africa, age, art,
Form: Narrative
What Has Become Of Nigeria
What has become of Nigeria?
What has become of my countryhome?
What has become of those children littered there?
Is everyone there still alive or all are dead of lassa?
What has become of her economic that once glowed?


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Categories: agricultural, africa, art,
Form: Blank verse