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Takeovers Poems

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Premium Member The Rest is Yet to Come
Isaac Asimov wrote of scenarios unimaginable 
   Robot companions and industry-wide takeovers
His 1940 classic, "I Robot," is now quite actionable
   If anything, a bit outdated, ripe for a make-over

In the 1950's we marveled at the audacity
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Categories: takeovers, future, science, science fiction,
Form: Rhyme

America 101
America 101
By Curtis Johnson

When I was born in 1949, Harry Truman was the President of The United States.  Of course I do not personally remember him.  Mr. Truman was followed by Mr. Dwight Eisenhower, but I don’t remember...Read More
Categories: takeovers, celebration, patriotic,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member IMAGERY

Picture images
World in mad swirl
We all fall down

Present in the past
Looking back gaze
Past in the present

Distorted portraits
Twirling in the blur
Misty moments unearthed

Harsh sensibilities
Emergent violence
Conflicts seed war

Crazy madness
Forfeits true freedom
Attack thoughts breed

Hostile takeovers
Beyond simple mergers
Occupied territories

Fatal attraction
Ugly manifestations
Upheavals instigate

In freedom's name
Slavery...Read More
Categories: takeovers, betrayal,
Form: Free verse
Revised version Enslavement of a lesser being
Freedom won on a distant battlefield
Gallant words to remember them by
Unspoken tears for the old to cry,
A game for the young to play
Never a thought for freedoms way
For tyrants are easy to spot
Peaceful takeovers not,
Look through the haze
For when wheat...Read More
Categories: takeovers, angst, nature,
Form: Free verse
they call themselves martyrs and blow themselves up

killing families and young children destroying everything around them

they dress up in camoflauge and strap on a bulletproof vest

go in to gyms and schools and start shooting without remorse

they cut brake lines and...Read More
Categories: takeovers, death, fear, sad,
Form: Free verse

echoes cry unto the night
street fires erupt from burning vessels
hostile takeovers from empty boardrooms
melting pot full of lost dreams
euphoria fills the midnight air
tantilyzing treats of mass destruction
various colors of a nation bleeding
desperation grips us from the core
paradise is no more
yesturday...Read More
Categories: takeovers, confusion
Form: I do not know?
Skinner's Farm
          Weeds deeds tractors and, 
          seeds dirt on hands, mud on jeans.
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Categories: takeovers, family, food, life,
Form: Rhyme