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Premium Member Rumors
How we arrived at where we are
By Franklin Price

By now you've heard the rumors
How Covid-19 came to Earth
How it did not come here naturally 
How Wuhan, China gave it birth

Maybe aided by our government
To make...

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Categories: immigration, america, health, hope, leadership, perspective, recovery from,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member The THC Ordinance
I am fairly new to this Norwick community.
If I recall correctly
we have about forty thousand households here
where the Connecticut River
conjoins the Mohegan and Iroquois Rivers;
originally deep rich virgin eco-forest 
of and for harmonic rhythm and...

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Categories: immigration, community, earth, family, growth, health, humor, integrity,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Additional advice to those would be King from the THIRUK-KURAL with Commentary
Additional free advice to those* who would be King from the THIRUK-KURAL with Commentary
[*like presidents, prime ministers, dictators of declining (falling or fallen) nations or even empires]

K442: urranOy niikki uraa amai munkaakkum

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bullying, immigration, prison, religion, sympathy, tamil, violence,
Form: Epigram
Premium Member CareGivers Among Us
To receive care
that best meets your needs,
and also,
by the way,
everyone else's too,
we look first
to where and when we have given such care
since our original longest reborn journey
down Mom's birth canal,
prepared just in time for our...

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Categories: care, caregiving, happiness, health, immigration, love, wisdom,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Red and Blue Estrangered Families
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 diaspora story.
But, here growing physical distance
is seen more as a...

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Categories: immigration, earth, faith, family, health, integrity, religion, usa,
Form: Political Verse

Premium Member What Kind of People Are We
What Kind of People Are We

In a Shakespearean sense of tragedy and doubt the well-used
“To Be or Not To Be” from Hamlet is not the question I shall
discuss in this narrative. Rather, I shall consider...

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Categories: conflict, fear, humanity, immigration, international, poverty, war,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member AbNormalOriginals
Setting aside richly incorporated through homeless economies,
we have three political ways
to compare a population's internal status:
a. Aboriginal populations,
b. Immigrants--sometimes appearing as multiculturing creolic waves,
c. EmPowered Natives.

Natives are aboriginals
unless a more self-centered wave of supremacist immigrants

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Categories: betrayal, christian, health, humanity, humor, immigration, love,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Reflection On An Aging Nomad
I finally finished retiring four years ago,
a process that started in my mid-fifties
due to late adopting kids with special needs,
including needs for me to be home
to personally walk them on,
harness them in,
and wheel them back...

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Categories: immigration, age, health, integrity, relationship, religion, retirement, river,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Why MultiCultural Education Matters
The Twelfth Principle

Cooperatively adopt
and responsively adapt
for creolizing acclimation,
best climate and landscape health practices.

The U.S. today
reweaves two points of national nurturing departure,
both taught in schools
and history books
and multicultural sciences
and scents
and sounds.

LeftBrain dominance,
here in post-millennial enculturing lands,

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Categories: immigration, caregiving, forgiveness, health, history, native american, patriotic,
Form: Political Verse
Mayflower 2017
The hearts of white men are silently fuming
The spirits of  angry widows steadily   grow bitter 
The bosoms of weeping mothers  open wide
While the relics of the past kept washing upon our...

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Categories: abuse, betrayal, community, conflict, environment, immigration, people,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Car Number Sixteen
This train is coming down the main
This train is rocking my brain
This train is the overcrowded train
This train is washing in the rain
This train is the messy train
This train is filled with pain 
This train...

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Categories: immigration, confidence, desire, endurance, forgiveness, freedom, growth, happiness,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Immigrants Gone Native
I suppose it isn't rather nice
to think of us this way,
but to the squirrels
and the trees,
the robins and the grasses,
human natures are Earth's great transitioning immigrants
on this block
we call a planet.

In this newest arrival sense,

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Categories: earth, environment, fear, health, humor, immigration, innocence,
Form: Political Verse
A Darzet Countree Lad Be Oi
Oi be nowt but an auld country hick,
we a liddle bit of gall, an a lotta stick.
Oi baint niver afeared to speak me mind,
nor critizise folks harshly iffen Oi find
zummit I don’t loik.  Tis...

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Categories: immigration, memory,
Form: Rhyme
Dead Man Tales
Dead Man Tales
shards of glass pearl the emperor's rise,
his arms embracing upon our sins and lies, 

do not deceive yourself , my friend.
in the twilight of our beings our corruption merges and blends.

there is no...

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Categories: immigration, conflict, corruption, emotions, freedom, sad, sin,
Form: Classicism
Premium Member Diary Notes: Lament at Dawn - A Year Ago Yet Now No Change
 Diary Notes: Lament at Dawn A Year Ago and yet now No Change

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: august, christian, discrimination, hate, immigration, islamic, jewish,
Form: Free verse

Don’t look at me 
As though I am an alien or a stranger,
Don’t let the dagger of antipathy 
Fly out of your eyes.

I am your neighbor.

Don’t call me a foe, an antagonist or a...

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Categories: immigration, love, peace, prejudice, , cute,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Trump's Now the President
Trump's Now the President
(how he got there)
By Franklin Price

Trump is now the President
Not the cause but the effect
Of  Republicans and Democrats
Refusing to connect

He's not from either party
Though Republicans have the claim
I  think he...

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Categories: immigration, america, anxiety, political,
Form: Rhyme
 Penny for your own thoughts                             ...

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© John Beam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allusion, celebration, drink, history, immigration, writing,
Form: Ballad
A Pool of Blood
Blood spilling in the east running all the way to the west
Forming rivers of doubt in the north and South
An army of men converge along the river bank
With long guns strapped to their sides
And big...

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Categories: change, city, conflict, courage, extended metaphor, immigration,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Alternative Facts with Feelings
I guess it never was
The way I thought it was
I say this only just because
You never came to love
I guess it wasn't so
Guess that's how the story goes
You didn't dig my flow
You didn't dig my...

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Categories: immigration, culture, earth day, happiness, health, heart, usa,
Form: Political Verse
The Immigration Officer Asked Me
                                 "The Immigration...

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Categories: immigration, poetry,
Form: Prose Poetry

What makes one man or woman better than another?
Should we think differently of those who adapted
to another environment and adapted another color?

If our differences are only skin deep as a tone
why do we unto our...

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Categories: black african american, immigration, native american, prejudice,
Form: Rhyme
My Parents Were Illegal Immigrants in the United States
In 1920, my father, 16, was a guest of the British government. He was a prisoner of their forces occupying Ireland at the time, a group called the Black and Tans.

One day he and seven...

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Categories: america, immigration,
Form: Prose
When they speak up and out about their feelings, 
about our children, stop, telling us to close our mouths and be quiet:
"Shut up" you say... I will never shut up! 

Until I am speaking a...

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Categories: abuse, bullying, corruption, emotions, immigration,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Jacob's Ladder

News is out; Armageddon is upon us, and it is time for all of us to go 
The world's armies have all gathered, and they are putting on a show
Heaven is calling and,...

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Categories: immigration, humorous, write,
Form: Epic