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Premium Member Dear Republicans for God and Country
Thanks for your letter
asking for a free Taoist consult
on how to bring God talk
and experience
back into our Big Agri-MilitantIndustrialized Busyness Schools
and possibly our extended family lives,
on into our inside Holy of Holies,
our Climates of Polyphonic...

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Categories: gerald, caregiving, education, happiness, health, integrity, leadership, parents,
Form: Political Verse

Premium Member Dillen and the DMV
TO:  Department of Motor Vehicles Commissioner, Chief States Attorney

FROM: Dillen Dye’s Employer


RE: Some apparent non-compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act; common courtesy, civil respect; freely accessible pursuit of health, happiness, and prosperity

I don’t...

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Categories: gerald, culture, discrimination, health, political, race, perspective, integrity,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member America 101
America 101
By Curtis Johnson

When I was born in 1949, Harry Truman was the President of The United States.  Of course I do not personally remember him.  Mr. Truman was followed by Mr. Dwight...

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Categories: gerald, celebration, patriotic,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Red and TrueBlue Family--4
Dear Siblings Three,

At least three of us four
have survived this first round
of sharing our seeing Reds 
and our feeling Blues.

At this point
I imagine our eldest sister
reading with interest,
and/or possibly contempt,
and holding all these things
in her...

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Categories: gerald, christian, earth, faith, health, heaven, integrity, religion,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member GrimFree

Dear Chris,

I could go into souls as mindbody identities with interdependently co-arising individuation, also known as living, and incarnation, but my gut says to go to your 4-soul prototype that has been useful in your...

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Categories: gerald, birth, creation, culture, deep, destiny, happiness, health,
Form: Narrative

Premium Member Arabian Days and Nights
I guess the candidates and polity saying "no"
to Earth's human refugees
during this their Thanksgiving time,
did not finish their Darwin biographies.

While endosymbiotic evolution,
indigenous to any one species,
can devolve to survival of the fittest,
this is most likely...

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Categories: gerald, allah, beauty, islamic, love, peace, political, thanksgiving,
Form: Concrete
Thank You
Thank You!...

It's Black history month, so we come to celebrate, 
all the hues of brown that made our nation great! 

From Fredrick and Harriet to Mandela, and Muhammad Ali, because of the stance they took,...

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Categories: gerald, america, celebration, culture, humanity, leadership, pride, tribute,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Compassion with TeleMarketers
I'm still waiting for my first automated rifling phone call,
Scripted to begin:

Hello Gerald Oliver Dillenbeck!
What would you like to health invest in this wealthy day?

So I could answer with
Compassion, even for telemarketers
of narcissistic death technologies.


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Categories: gerald, community, health, humor, integrity, love, peace,
Form: Political Verse
American Innocence, Our Children Now and Then
As we know, sometimes we can see the big picture by peeking through a keyhole. And in America today perhaps we can see better the state of innocence among young children by looking at a...

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Categories: gerald, youth,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Spirit Shadows of Sadness
Part Two
San Francisco, California
Melodee’s apartment with a view of the bay

“It’s the month of May. The 29th no less. The number of sorrow for me.”
“Cassaro, everything is sorrow and suffering for you.”
I glared at her.

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Categories: gerald, death, depression, may,
Form: Narrative
Whispers Of Dawn
It was a short walk I intended to take
To while away time that I did not have
For I had lots on my mind and hands 
So off I went anyway and I was glad of...

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Categories: gerald, uplifting,
Form: Free verse
You Know
Yes, my dear, you know,
You are my source of joy, rejuvenation, hope
I need your emotion spread onto my life,
I need your heart to sing among the darkness surrounding
Do not let our words run dry
Together, in...

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Categories: gerald, emotions, friendship, happiness, joy, love, peace, writing,
Form: Ode
Premium Member An English Adaptation of Mephistopheles' Song of the Flea from FAUST
There was a king once reigning
Who carried a great, big flea—
And far from him complaining,
The flea filled the king with glee!
For to him that flea was dearer
Than even his only son,
And to make his preference...

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Categories: gerald, allegory, humorous, irony, political, satire,
Form: Light Verse
The Slave's Tale: Revenge
Exracted from Gerald Nforche's Epic, The Slave's Tale

-Across the Atlantic, 1793-

And as days tumbled away, we staggered
Along, knock-kneed, dead beat and haggard.
Our bodies singing to the tune of the whip
Whizzing on morsels of flesh, so...

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Categories: gerald, abuse, africa, anger, betrayal,
Form: Narrative
The Slave's Tale: Across the Atlantic, 1793
Exracted from Gerald Nforche's Epic, The Slave's Tale

-Across the Atlantic, 1793-

We cry out cursing to our very gods
Whilst mokala and plotters lead us in lots.
And slaves we have become, slaves we are groomed
And setting in...

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Categories: gerald, abuse, africa, anger, betrayal, confusion, corruption,
Form: Narrative
The Slave's Tale: Arrival
Exracted from Gerald Nforche's Epic, The Slave's Tale

-Duala, RIOS DOS CAMEROES, 1787-

One fine morning, when love birds flew and sang 
And the valleys with every gaiety rang,
The sun just setting from a misty east
We had...

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Categories: gerald, abuse, africa, anger, betrayal, conflict, confusion,
Form: Narrative
Should I Be Blamed

I was barely eight before mother died
When Gerald was happy and not as reduced
When he was the loved son
The child with a loving home.

From aunt to aunt I learned to live
Out of the anger of...

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Categories: gerald, child, grief, inspirational, lonely, loss, child, life,
Form: Didactic


fly me to stars in the thrill of one swan night
over a crescent arc to feel a flame of sighs,
teasing dreams so silent yet ever wild
and like a neon light, speak through...

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Categories: gerald, art, inspirational, me, age, age, me,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Great American Political Pendulum

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Categories: gerald, america, leadership, political, power,
Form: Prose
Old Skool Love
Give me that old skool love, a groovy throw back

kind of love that is black and white like the first TVs.

A tapered leg acid washed jean trouser and a crop

top feeling sexy.

A striped miniskirt with...

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Categories: gerald, love, nostalgia, spoken word,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Inspire Expire
San Francisco, California
Present time

I enjoyed my beautiful brandy with my best friend Melodee and we were both Fates that worked with Death.
“I see your glass is half-empty, Cassaro.”
“You know me I always look at it...

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Categories: gerald, death,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Detective Sparkly-Jaron Case-Part IV
Riverside Highway
Hampton City
September, 25, 2016
8:00 a.m.

Detective Sparkly drove to the intersection of Riverside Highway to visit Christie's mansion. Jaron's son, Gerald, was talking with his sister Christie. Detective Sparkly will interview both of how was...

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Categories: gerald, death, murder, mystery,
Form: Free verse
Gods Children
The thunderous sound cut through the building
The deafening blast shaking its very foundation –

I jumped awake, in agonizing trepidation
And sat up in bed, my chest pounding.

There was calm, a surreal stillness.
I appraised my room’s mess

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Categories: gerald, bereavement, conflict, dark, death of a friend,
Form: Elegy
Premium Member The Peace Sign
    (Poem is in the peace symbol, created in 1958 by designer Gerald Holtom, upward V and later chosen by Bertrand Russell. Please read the first oblique downright and the second upright....

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Categories: gerald, peace,
Form: Concrete
Westgate Mall Massacre
I came here only but once
And that was not long ago
Hunger had brought me here
And I went my way satisfied
And fully determined to return

When I walked up the stairs
From the parking lot below
I was hungry...

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Categories: gerald, africa, courage, inspirational, pain, patriotic, peace,
Form: Free verse