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I Am Political Verse Poems

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Premium Member Democracy On Fire
In "On Fire"
Naomi Klein reminds us
win/lose capitalism invites a collective action vacuum
and abhors restrictions on money-accumulating freedom,

But Earth,
a healthy global climate,
healthy ecosystems
invite regenerative win/win climax
of...

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Categories: earth, engagement, health, integrity,



So you think Gangs are cool
So, you think gangs are cool,
Are you really that big a fool,
Did I not see you at a rally to make women your equal?
And did...

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Categories: abuse, addiction, anger, betrayal,

Premium Member To Free The World
I heard today
a corporate goal
"To free the world of cancer."

What I heard, instead,
"To free the Earth of human toxic nature."

Often rooted
in feelings of not belonging,
not...

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Categories: abuse, anxiety, community, earth,

Premium Member Enough to be Dangerous
Do you know the concern?
"S/he knows just enough
about a through z
to be dangerous."

I am uncomfortably familiar
with this analysis,
a weapon often wielded
from ivory towers
overly influenced by...

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Categories: anger, community, fear, integrity,

Premium Member Gadflies and HoneyBees
Where to begin
in the middle of cold and dark
winter's solstice,
healthy green life's time
of impeachment,
excommunication,
dormancy?

Where does this all rightfully
and sacredly left end?

These are expansive gadfly questions,
problems,
issues...

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Categories: culture, earth, green, health,



Premium Member LeftBrain Trauma
My leftbrain deductive reason
now sadly sees 16/20,
since 2016 a patriarchal white privileged hierarchy
of orthodox RightWing religious social history,

Where I am either egomaniacally at the self-righteous...

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Categories: earth, health, humanity, humor,

Premium Member Here Is My Faith
Here is my ecological faith
rooted in experience
yet to flower in things unseen,
relationships unfelt,
communications not yet heard,
tasted and spit out;
Savored

When I touch another life's body
with kindness
I...

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Categories: faith, health, hope, integrity,

Premium Member Reason to Celebrate
I overheard you say
you are planning a big celebration
for later this year,
when Trump is defeated
for re-election.

I am ready to be invited,
if you would be so...

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Categories: celebration, earth, environment, health,

Premium Member Choir Dissonant Practice
I am a right-brain prominent writer
which must not be confused with
a prominent left-brain writer,
which I am almost decidedly not
nor would I aspire
toward such all or...

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Categories: anxiety, appreciation, depression, health,

Premium Member Soup Kitchen Luncheon
He said s/he was a Permaculture Designer
of cooperative economies.

I asked him/her why I should care about designs
long-term
while I am still struggling through this day
before tomorrow,
when...

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Categories: appreciation, culture, environment, health,

Premium Member Not My Responsibility
I am responsible
and responsive
to every human built shelter
I have experienced as home,
mine to use,
to buy further improvements or sell,
to renovate or destroy.

I am responsible
and vulnerably...

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Categories: community, earth, health, home,

Premium Member Solo Performance
It had been a hellish week.

On Monday
my lonely and tired AfricanAmerican husband
told me, as gently as possible,
that what I had hoped was a temporary separation
is...

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Categories: age, earth, family, health,

Premium Member Disorganized Religion
As traumatized as I am
by the history of organized elitist creeds,
including religious and judicious,

I am even more terrified
by my experience of disorganized unnatural spirituality,
dissociated bicamerality,
unenchanting...

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Categories: culture, earth, health, humanity,

Today
Oh say can I see
By the big florescent lights
Once so proudly now has fell
Fell into reality? Fell into right? Fell into a time where there...

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Categories: analogy, community, confusion, culture,

Premium Member Powers Over Me
I once read,
If I am a parishioner,
(or a student
or a child
or some other non-elite ecofeminist identity)
Then someone has power over me.

It would have been more...

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Categories: caregiving, happiness, health, integrity,

Premium Member Multiculturing Communion
Our anti-racism, pro-polyculturing health
anti-egopatriarchy, pro-ecofeminist wealth
anti-homophobic, pro-trans-regenerative
anti-injustice Team, pro-restoring peace Organizers

Meet inside a viciously anti-outdoor
windowless
airless
music-less
museless
left-brain oppressively dominant room,
climate,
atmosphere,
attitude of ungratitude.

Two women I passionately admire,
would warmly...

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Categories: community, health, history, hope,

Premium Member Not A Crook
I am not a crook
 just close your eyes, don't look,
these others that surround me make all the mistakes
 that's why I don't give, I...

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Categories: abuse, addiction, america,

Premium Member Confessing Outside Preferences
I am much more likely to feel like a respectful,
trusting family member
than an entitled warrior,
while outside "property improvements"
rather than inside anthropocentric habitats.

Sometimes
even as I approach...

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Categories: community, earth, environment, humanity,

Premium Member Are We Safe
Am I safe?
Do I matter?

Are we safe?
Do we matter?

Am I sustainably healthy?
Do I resonantly matter enough?
to survive win/lose evolutionary assumptions
about history,
to thrive within win/win multicultural...

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Categories: culture, destiny, earth, health,

Premium Member Shattering Rose Coloured Glasses
Uncomplicated me
I thought I was coloured blind
free thinking and kind
with an evolved mind
Loving and accepting 
of the ones I find

Yet my blindness 
Is that of...

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Categories: betrayal, black african american,