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Normatively Poems | Examples of Normatively Poetry

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List of Normatively Poems

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Premium Member Poem Life's Disaster Management Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse normatively, community, growth, happiness, health,
Premium Member Poem Therapeutic Designs Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse normatively, deep, education, health, light,
Premium Member Poem Summer ReForesting School Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse normatively, culture, education, health, history,
Premium Member Poem Victories for Love Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse normatively, health, history, integrity, love,
Premium Member Poem PolyCulturing Education Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse normatively, culture, deep, destiny, earth
Premium Member Poem PermaCultural Trust Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse normatively, art, birth, bullying, earth
Premium Member Poem Who's Crazy Now Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse normatively, body, dream, health, humor,
Premium Member Poem Avatar of Cooperative HealthRights Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse normatively, anti bullying, appreciation, community,
Premium Member Poem Conversation with G Bateson Gerald Dillenbeck Prose Poetry normatively, christian, culture, health, humanity,
Premium Member Poem In Our Dotage Gerald Dillenbeck Prose Poetry normatively, adventure, caregiving, culture, engagement,

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Ta0 Zen Climate Health
by Gerald Dillenbeck
The more continuous from past through future our ego-stretching identity becomes,
the more god/dess-humane omnipotent emerges
our original polypathic multicultural intent
and future climate health practice.

Consilience,
co-empathic democratic trust,
between...

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EcoPolitics of and for Climate Health
by Gerald Dillenbeck
EcoPolitics explicitly intends to be culturally normative
and evolve in capacity to become historically descriptive
of cultural-historic nondual mindbodies.

Politics is about the effectiveness of power in relationships.
Economics...

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Wealth Without Walls
by Gerald Dillenbeck
We pursue endless climate sabbaths,
I perhaps best and worst of all,
holidays of verdant forests floating within
oceans of atmospheric tides sucking and spewing nutrient flowing matters,
slow-dancing...

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Psychology of Political Economics
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Shalom, Aloha, Namaste

Identity is rooted in socioeconomic health of mutual trust,
beginning in utero
swimming about in embryonic nutrition,
rather than active distrust
or more passive mistrust of the...

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That Gratitude Attitude
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Gratitude
A co-empathic sense of trust,
awe,
appreciation of echo-resonant
deep-listening resolving life.

Gratitude 
Autumnal enthymematic taproot of spring-hope,
just as summer's nutritional maturation
unfolds Origin of fertile decompositional mindfulness.

Gratitude
Why Thich Nhat...

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Fr Time's Ambiguous Content
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Fr. Time, are you a monopolistic universalist?

Yes, but an integratively polycultural universalist.

Are you a Yangian outgoing kinda guy?

Yes, but in an internally YinYin balancing
kind of...

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World Wide Wisdom Web
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Wisdom, 
like the World Wide Web, 
derives from decomposing endosymbiotic (internal) cooperative-dominant evolution 
of biosystems as Beloved EcoSystems,
but Enlightenment, 
diastatic nondual consciousness, 
survives only co-arising...

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New Beginnings
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Today we begin with a quote from Eisenstein
with commentary in brackets
informed by Bucky Fuller's cooperative metaphysic 
of Synergetic Steerage.

"We have a[n intuited, autonomic systemic] need...

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Eternity's Viral Hourglass
by Gerald Dillenbeck
That which is neutral,
no big deal,
normal,
not noticed,
enjoys an intimate mirror effect,
behaves and misbehaves
with the logic of eternity.

Time steers virally clockwise,
eastern dawn toward west's setting sun,
birth...

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Time's EcoConsciousness
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Ecotherapy,
including permaculture design's care of
Self,
Other,
Earth,
as three faces of Eve's Gaia Goddess holonic trinity,
transmillennially emerges an intricately interdependent paradigm--
clinical as natural socioeconomic cooperation's
Positive Deviance Psychology.

Transmillennial regenerators...

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Eternity
by Magnus Nwagu Amudi Esq
Born in a leaky roof
Chains normatively bangles
Where bales’ pay tribute
Their fate decided by others

Those who think themselves gods
Like dogs they penetrated
Only to recoil like serpents
Swallowing...

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