Moving On Political Verse Poems
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I Have Heard
courage, culture, hate, health,
I have heard it said,
Love your neighbor as yourself.
I listen with you
to how our neighbors become part of us
and how this feels healthy
Whistling Dixie Signs
anti bullying, corruption, hate,
I recall similar signs and notices
of ironic appeal:
"We have a zero-tolerance policy against bullying"
ripped and torn,
and is that a dried yellow yolk stain?
"This is a...
Opening New Doors
destiny, environment, health, hope,
A door closes,
sometimes slowly and quietly,
sometimes with an angry fearful slam,
an exclaiming final point
against my fragile hoping soul.
As we mature
through many opening and closing doors,
A Sustainable Sanctuary
community, destiny, green, health,
I'm in the process of joining a Unitarian Universalist Green Sanctuary
communion of All Souls,
This is not my first time joining a new intentional good-faith...
Making America GreatAtWar Again
anti bullying, bullying, health,
I was listening to The Naked Apprentice,
cautiously sifting for any substance
behind mindlessly reactionary mulish gruel,
yet morally thin as frozen rain
on transparent windshield.
In My AlphaTown
caregiving, culture, games, health,
In our wildly indigenous
we have a notorious Ancient GoodWitch.
Like GrandMother Moon,
she seems to emerge with a new, yet old,
community healing process
about once a FullMoon...
Slice and Dicey EcoFeminists
earth, education, humanity, humor,
We could invite many ways
to slice and dice the prism
I first ran into this label
when spoken by a sexual advocate
in the early 70s
at the University...
Republicans and Civil Wars
health, history, patriotic, racism,
I can, at last, begin to see
why Trump reminds himself, assiduously,
of Republican Party CoFounder Lincoln.
He believes, as did Lincoln,
it is our time to redress
Cooperative Family Politics
culture, earth, family, freedom,
I think he's talking about a cooperative bicameral political system,
with "How to talk to the other side".
And what could that possibly mean, dear Yang?