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Growing Up Political Verse Poems

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Premium Member Candle of Hope
I am in my newly adopted Green Sanctuary
enjoying our communal celebration
of all things nutritionally healthy

When the ecofeminist facilitator announces
it is now our time to light...

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Categories: caregiving, celebration, earth, green,



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...

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Categories: bullying, earth, environment, health,

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...

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Categories: earth, growing up, happiness,

Premium Member Permanent Sanctuary School
I came to AllSouls
looking for permanent sanctuary.

Sanctuary,
not only from a Rumpian absence of 
civility
and non-violent trust
and integrity
and compassion,
but also pro-actively for an orthodox health eco-school...

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Categories: community, fear, health, integrity,

Premium Member View from a Sanctuary
He retired to his sanctuary
on the Eastern shore of the Thames River
three years ago,
an often frustrated permaculture organizer
for building cooperative social health
by creatively communicating climate...

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Categories: age, america, change, health,

Fireguards on the windies
FIREGUARDS ON THE WINDIES


Growing up in Belfast, through the troubled ravaged years
Some days where filled with laughter, others steeped in tears
A normal decent childhood, where...

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Categories: political,

Premium Member The Vampire and the Farmer
Once upon an aging mosquito
of healing time,
There was an ancient heroic farmer
not unlike Hercules
if he had lived too long
redressed
and sometimes addressed
as green Goddess Gaia,

Feeling uncomfortable...

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Categories: age, farm, fear, health,



Premium Member Red and Green Christians continued
To deny our own histories
and herstories of truth,
loyalty to sacred integrity of our internal natural
and external spiritual
sacred climates of loving healthy love
with hating pathologically competitive...

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Categories: christian, gender, hate, health,

Premium Member Random Acts of Grace
I wonder if our reasons
for growing random acts of violence
are similar
to our dwindling random acts of reasoned healing,
kindness,
gratitude,
unrequited love,
uncommodified,
unconscripted,
unscripted,
uncontained
restoring cooperative ecopolitical relationships forward
not just because...

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Categories: addiction, anger, culture, earth,

Premium Member People of Sacred Corn
People of sacred Cornucopias
found ourselves politically alone
competing to survive
in Earth's choking climates
of totally domesticated and over-run despair,
then neglect,
then more actively terrorizing abuses.

Corn People,
PolyCultural Planners,
greeting Yang-behaving...

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Categories: caregiving, culture, deep, health,

Premium Member UnStuck Adolescence
It might be said of adolescence,
This is a stage demanding economic authority,
autonomous freedom to invest and disinvest,
without yet accepting concomitant political responsibilities,
to family
to community
to children
to...

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Categories: culture, gender, health, integrity,

Premium Member Summer of '67
My canopy of early summer sounds
in 1967
was as intimate as adolescent knowledge
might ever become.

My sixteenth summer
sweetly smiled with driver's permit,
my first job,
economic promise while the...

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Categories: culture, growing up, health,

Premium Member Health Loss WarGames
As I transitioned from high school
to the University of Michigan,
one of the leading national health and safety issues
was painfully violent loss of Vietnamese and U.S....

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Categories: america, conflict, confusion, growing

Premium Member Last Night
Lyrics to Auld Lang Syne
Jim Scott, inspired
Gerald Dillenbeck, deranged

May all who venture forth today
be welcome 'ere we go,
And those who risk a gesture kind
reap all...

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Categories: blessing, body, earth, earth

Premium Member Therapeutic Mentoring
Educational process,
like any ecosystemic change with progressive intent,
is not only about successfully transferring exegetical traditions
to the next hopefully all-consuming generation.
That may be the more surface...

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Categories: earth day, education, health,

Premium Member Prescribing ReBirth to DT2
DT2 came to me, unwillingly and clandestinely,
only because he was referred by his mother,
who was concerned that he was growing up and out
to become an...

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Categories: birth, body, culture, health,

Premium Member Feminist EcoPolitics Greets The Donald
Where do we think all this economic and politically empowering
cooperative
nutritional
organically luscious imagination
and ecologically exegetical orthopraxis
started?

George Lakoff speaks of strictly straight stern paternalistic God the Universalist...

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Categories: earth, family, health, humanity,

Premium Member We Incarnate What We Digest
Eugenics is about monoculturing supremacist delusions 
of and for AnthroCentric Perfection.
Eumemics is about multiculturing nutritional inclusions
of and for Matriarchal-Iconic EarthTribe's nature-spirit Yintegration.

If we wish to...

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Categories: culture, destiny, health, life,


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