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Premium Member YangyYolks with YinYin-Whites
Start and end each day,
and life,
with a taoist egg.

I doubt my eggs are religious.

No, but they are natural,
organic incubators, 
co-arising nondual yolk form
with white-transparent regenerative function,
and cosmology, maybe,
if you're a chicken,
or a turkey, 
or a...

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Categories: comparatively, analogy, culture, earth, food, health, math, science,
Form: Narrative

Premium Member Everyday Christians
I would imagine Adam Smith's invisible cooperative economic
self-and-Other-investment hand,
at least during Christian Sunday morning services,
looked and sounded and felt very much
like the One Invisibly-Organic-Holistic-Enlightened MindBody of Christ.

I would further imagine
both he and George Washington,
at least...

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Categories: comparatively, body, christian, culture, earth, health, psychological, religion,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member If Time is Money
Does your money derive from health-regenerative investments?

Well, what could that mean?

Do you make your money, honey, 
with both light and dark co-arising memory
of midway love and peace intent,
avoiding anger-fear monoculturally competitive
dominant-power relationships,
and struggles against others,

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Categories: comparatively, health, humanity, money, nature, political, time,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Variations on a HarmonicTheme
Children are Fundamentalists

Children are literalists,

When they hear
“You’re filthy and you stink!”
the younger they are,
the less likely to hear as a mature adult might,
“You have a sour smell on you.
Please go bathe,
and use some soap and...

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Categories: comparatively, health, love, peace, philosophy, political, poverty, power,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Populist Politics
When I was sixteen
I wanted Robert Kennedy's life,
although I didn't know about his time squandered
in staffing McCarthyism's
Make America as Grotesque as Possible campaign,

Which would have given me pause
in that comparatively naive age
of green longing for...

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Categories: comparatively, bullying, earth, environment, health, integrity, love, peace,
Form: Political Verse

Premium Member New MLK Day Resolutions
I have heard almost nothing about New Year Resolutions
this pandemic year;

Although personal sound waves are filled
replete with incomplete invitations
to take better health care
of personal
and social
and economic
and democratic
and public
and green climate nonviolent communication
wealth optimization

As we move...

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Categories: comparatively, creation, health, hope, integrity, leadership, new year,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Regenerate Intelligence
I often fail to notice
nuanced distinctions
between ethics of punishment,
retribution, on right hand
and boycott,
shunning revenge, on my left;

Between reigning down further abuse
and more quietly raining temporary neglect,
political distancing.

Punishment is a tool
for privileged narcissists,
win/lose competitors,
for fake-righteously...

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Categories: comparatively, earth, extended metaphor, health, heart, integrity, political,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Confluent Co-OperaTions
I grow increasingly challenged
to discern where my innocent thoughts
hopes and fears
challenges and victories begin
where others more wisely end.

I feel wrong to publish thoughts
under just my name
built on shoulders,
plodding feet,
sleight of hands
and great transitional feats
reminding me...

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Categories: comparatively, caregiving, earth, education, health, humanity, humor, integrity,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Politically Invested Colors
Let's talk honestly together
about our divinely-inspired inter-related concepts,
like color,
of God's unlimited multiculturing powers
for healthy resilience
and growth of Positive ultra-violet Energy,
yet on an increasingly finite feeling and self-feeding planet,
limited by overpopulation of anthros
powerless to sustain life

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Categories: comparatively, color, corruption, creation, earth, health, light, peace,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Touching with Kindness
Some parents and cooperative school teachers
and classroom and bus aides and drivers
are discussing government regulations
restraining transportation providers
from providing therapeutic touch,
because of an over-compensation
for emotional dysfunction behaviors
leading to appallingly irreverent touch.

Toxic touch critical events
predict long-term non-lifegiving,

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Categories: comparatively, anti bullying, caregiving, children, community, discrimination, health,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Confessing Outside Preferences
I am much more likely to feel like a respectful,
trusting family member
than an entitled warrior,
while outside "property improvements"
rather than inside anthropocentric habitats.

even as I approach my favorite sanctuary,
an AllSouls Unitarian-Universalist built structure,
I feel more sacred...

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Categories: comparatively, community, earth, environment, humanity, integrity, senses, trust,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Peace Mediating Poetry
Thanks so much for forwarding
these John Paul Lederach stories
of un-learning academic approaches
to peace mediation.

I wonder if you remembered
my ongoing certification process
for justice-restoring mediation
in complex multicultural conflicting histories;
which are typically antithetical to resilient peace
through ongoing safe...

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Categories: comparatively, community, conflict, health, integrity, poets, psychological, relationship,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Please Sing To Me
If I can say it,
but not sing it,
or even hum a resonant melody
that feels like it,
then perhaps my greater gift
is silence,
at least for now,
until toxic seeds
ripen into our healthiest
fertile wealth.

So, sing to me,
divinely doctrined Missionaries

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Categories: comparatively, anger, fear, health, integrity, passion, peace, wisdom,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member EcoTones
are ruled by prevailing polycultures,
unusually fertile margins between two bioregions,
like a continental-ocean shoreline
or a clear blue lakeshore
poised above green grassy plains
and below glaciered and alpine forested mountains.

are broader when horizontal,
or can be,
but always comparatively narrow

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Categories: comparatively, culture, earth, health, integrity, love, science,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Did You Notice
Did you notice:

What you have for breakfast,
despite what Mom said,
is probably less important than who you do 
and do not 
have breakfast with,
and why?

The brand and make and year of your car
are less significant to...

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Categories: comparatively, culture, humor, life, people,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Earth Balloon
WinWin Balloon EcoPolitics
for growing community health,
said the EarthBalloon economist,
is most effectively improved
by focusing on the bottom
of Earth's sacred communal balloon,
accepting shared responsibility
for those stuck in ground floor economies
of chronic survival issues,
perpetually repeating despairing depressed circles,


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Categories: comparatively, earth, growing up, happiness, health, humor, integrity,
Form: Political Verse
comparatively speaking
if you’re reading this piece 
right now,
you’ve got the world at your
might not feel like it, might
feel like your own life is gonna
come crashing down upon your 
head, might have a thousand
skeletons in your closet...

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Categories: comparatively, life, world,
Form: Free verse
I saw you after 4 years 
tried to be normal, tried to hide those tears 
your first glance made me remember that enjoyment those cheers 
that we used to have together 
your one stare across...

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Categories: comparatively, 12th grade, age, best friend, blessing, boyfriend,
Form: ABC
Spinner than spun
Once upon a time 
as this paragraph beings, 
the first sentence 
leads to the end.
My intentions 
intending these words 
that I'm sending to you 
as a friend 
I extend.
If you have an ear 
that you...

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Categories: comparatively, 8th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Mr CEO How Much Do You Make
Mr CEO, How Much Do You Make

Going around in Whatsapp circle is a viral message...
About a CEO with an inflated ego hoping to burnish his image....
Being a CEO knowing his own worth and full of...

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Categories: comparatively, anti bullying, appreciation, character, community, conflict,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Story Lessons
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

The apparent insanity of inmates
and prisoners
and addicts, conspiracy theorists and paranoids,
does not prove,
nor necessarily even suggest,
the keepers are not also self-entitled nuts
with unhealthy powers,
narcissistic self-serving authorities,
delegated detached responsibilities
primally loyal to...

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Categories: comparatively, anti bullying, caregiving, health, jewish, mental illness,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member A Letter To Hurricane Irma
I have great respect for you, and I have refused to take any of you for granted, even though I have never experienced your presence.  Even though we do not always understand, I know...

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Categories: comparatively, beach, god, storm, weather,
Form: Personification
Premium Member Conversions Growing Integrity
In some integral green ways,
and blues truths,
and red-hot fear-filled/angry rightwing lives,

We all began as the ecofeminist 
EarthMother-wombed and -birthed

And, thereby,
co-attached with her EarthMother's health-egged 
mind/body habitat-nurturing womb

win/win committed

Win/Win ReGenerative Living
Loving Nature EcoSystemic
Holy EnSpirited back
to when...

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Categories: comparatively, analogy, culture, earth, environment, health, integrity, mother,
Form: Political Verse
Where did he go
In the diverse regions of Earth,
Numerous life, nature brings forth. 

Long time back lived an inhabitant,
Form the desert, resources not scant.

His group roamed in a caravan,
Their entire life-span.

They halted on speculating an oasis,
Their ultimate supporting...

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Categories: comparatively, journey, poems, poetess, poetry, writing,
Form: Narrative
The Boy from the Tail End of the Goldhawk Road One
The Boy from the Tail End of the Goldhawk Road


The Boy from the Tail End of the Goldhawk Road

I was born Carl Robert Halling at the tail end of the Goldhawk Road which runs through...

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Categories: comparatively, child, childhood, children, england, fashion, london, school,
Form: Free verse