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Fun Political Verse Poems

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Premium Member A PENNY FOR A POETS THOUGHTS I
Standing up for the kids standing up to sleep in overbearing heat clothes damp from their pee, God made night separate from day, but with...

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Categories: abuse, anger,



Premium Member Following Our Rules
In our Sharing Circles
we have a ground rule
to share a one speaker at a time floor
and unitarian silent listening support

And rules to not share uninvited...

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Categories: community, culture, earth, freedom,

The alien
THE ALIEN
I am an alien
I live in a world where aggression and brutality are the codes
The people of this world find fun in watching people...

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Categories: africa, betrayal, conflict, depression,

Premium Member School Wastes My Time
School wastes my time
I want to be President
I want power and prestige.

I want to be able to be mean to the handicapped
I want to be...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member Contract Against Greatness
In Ayn Rand's "Atlas Shrugged"
she paints a nationalistically wealthy saint
where also lives a monochromatically utilitarian narcissist,
sucking on attachment to fame and power
for bought and sold...

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Categories: culture, health, integrity, mental



Premium Member Pain in the Butt
The hater with the gun,
the loafing lover
with all my fun,
may be horrid,
too florid,

And may, like me,
merely want to be effective,
a dramatic part, affective
on and in...

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Categories: destiny, health, humanity, humor,

Premium Member She Thinks About Fame
She thinks about fear
with quick step of right foot

And thinks about why
as she swings with strong left

Why she can't think
of a name
When He's deep in...

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Categories: deep, earth day, easter,

Premium Member The Naked Emperor's Intervention
Oh my goodness!

I was just thinking about Erik Erikson,
psychoanalyst and essayist,
and his social analysis thing
about the U.S.
stuck in perpetual competitive
in-grown
culture-ungrown adolescence.

And Erikson suddenly reminded me...

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Categories: america, health, humanity, humor,

The Rooster Crows at Noon and other things out of whack
Cackling old hens posing as journalists-
thinking themselves angles of light,
lay poisonous eggs filled with lies 
and gestating hate-
riling against common sense,
and the rooster crows at...

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Categories: allegory,

Pleasure
What is this life if other folk,
dictate where we can drink or smoke.
No ashtrays now in bars are seen,
nor happy drunks on village green.
The 'health...

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Categories: health,

Premium Member Changing Systems
I'm reading this book called
"Systems Thinking for Social Change"
by David Stroh.

Although this is not his paradigm of systemic choice,
He talks about WinWin strategizing
for optimal outcomes
Rather...

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Categories: change, earth, health, peace,

Premium Member Dancing TwoSteps
Just as any polynomial "x"
equally absorbs
any bionic notnot polynomial
double-negative "y"

So too
any Positive, resilient
x-therapeutic health and nutrition practitioner,
nurse,
teacher of special challengers,
parent of special Lose/Lose esteem
with growing...

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Categories: culture, god, health, humor,

Premium Member Rights of Prey
Self-pardoning rights of predators and pirates
emperors and kings
CEOs and wealthy competitors
follow our over investment
in separating natural land and bodies
from oceanic surfing inside spirits,
yang ecopolitical strength...

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Categories: anti bullying, caregiving, earth,

Premium Member This is Danger
This is dangerous
said pirates to their vampire allies
about losing past regeneration fees
and bloodline contributions.

I'm being treated unfairly,
said pathological hurt
to self-redeeming anger,
loss of sacred winning patience.

I've...

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Categories: culture, education, green, health,

Premium Member Regarding Health and Education
Dear Local Boards of EcoSchool Education,
Departments of Environmentally Protected Walkable Transportation,
Cooperatively Maintaining Public-Private Works
and STEAM Play
and WinWin GreenGames,
Hysterical Historical Associations,
Social Work Departments of Climate Restorative...

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Categories: caregiving, earth, gospel, health,

ENGLISH PRANCE
A wear- down, 
singular slalum in the emotional vortex,
the realism of a rhelm that doesn't adhere to your biology and doesn't accept the facts at...

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Categories: adventure, allegory, analogy, anxiety,

Lion And Lamb
I sat at the shore at the
Break of the day. When the,
Sun steals from the vast curtain of nature,
Peeping through human infrastructures.
When I saw,a lamb...

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Categories: allegory,

Premium Member Who Are You: My Remix
Who are you
on your best WiseElder day,
in your healthiest culture reinvesting place
and time?

I am an ecological theology writer
with my pen,
a fighter
with my punishing,
shaming and blaming...

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Categories: creation, earth, happiness, health,

The Rope
He grows the seed destined to be the feed
But it dupes him sans any heed
Amidst all the unwanted weeds
He plays with the tree with thoughts...

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Categories: anger, food, grave, perspective,

Premium Member Old Maid Games
I recall a card game
probably extending back past the 1950s
called Old Maid.

There was also Authors
and a few other choices
less popular with me.
But Old Maid sticks...

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Categories: earth, gender, health, humanity,