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I Love Nature

I love the plants, bushes and trees
And the birds, animals and bees
I love the hills, rivers and creeks
And the ocean, beach, and mountain peaks
I love the fish, sharks and sheep
And to just watch a grasshopper leap
I love the insects, spiders, and other bugs
And even the ants, wasps and slugs

I feel peace and love in nature
But man looms the biggest danger.
With mining, farming and agriculture
He circles around like a vulture.

Copyright © George Christos | Year Posted 2017

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The world is turning upside down

The world is turning upside down
Population exploding out of bound
Babies crying from starvation
Too late to stop impending devastation

The world is turning upside down
Pollution in the air and ground
Forests dying, losing soil
Fish are floating covered in oil

The world is turning upside down
Nuclear weapons ready to pound
Chemical dust, biological weapons too
Designed to kill me and you

The world is turning upside down
Countries and religious wars around
Dictators will not step down
Until we bury them in the ground

The world is turning upside down
Corruption and money abound
Politicans, banks, companies and all
Seeing how much they can score


The world is turning upside down
Crime everywhere is found
Thieves, rapists, killers and all
Be sure to lock your front door

The world is turning upside down
New strains of viruses being found
Ebola, HIV and Hepatitis D
Hard to contain, moving free

The world is turning upside down
Drugs a plenty, dealt underground
Ecstacy, Mull, Crack and Smack
Our kids will end up in a sack

The world is turning upside down
fast food, no cooking sound
Hamburgers, Pizzas, hot dogs and fries
Fish and chips, and mutton pies

The world is turning upside down
The world is turning upside down
The world is turning upside down
Can the Internet twist it around?

Copyright © George Christos | Year Posted 2016

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God is Great

God is wonderful, God is great

Tens of thousands of years ago, people were scared of the dark
So they worshipped the sacred sun, the moon and even a spark

God is based on fear, God is in self
God is an illusion, he might be an elf

As people started to live together and share their lives
Each working for a common cause men children and wives

God is law, God is good
God is an illusion, from childhood

The church took the power and made Jesus great
All designed to control people's fate

God is power, God is to blame
God is an illusion, there is no shame

People would preach the bible kuran and other ideas
Brain-washing their children with their verbal diarrhoea

God is words, God is read out loud
God is an illusion, not to be bowed

As religions met one another, there was conflict wraith
Wars started, each with God on their side of faith

God is many, God is contradictory
God is an illusion, he wants victory

We are all allowed religious freedom, even is it is nonsense
We can say what we believe but not denigrate another's concept

God is a virus of the brain, God is a game
God is an illusion, just a name

The world has opened up to a new age with communication rife
The foundations of religions are now in strife

God is cyber, God is shared
God is an illusion, laid out bared

The church is losing its power and soon will marry gays
As logic looks more closely at the words the bibles say

God is false, God is true
God is everything, God is nothing
God is nowhere, God is everywhere
God is man, God is woman
God is transsexual, God is bisexual
God is here, God is there

God only exists in your head, but he is really dead
God is what we don't understand, in this great big land
God will never be ever seen, he is just a meme
God will never disappear, as he is based on fear

God is wonderful, God is great
God is an illusion, made-up mate

God is wonderful, God is great
God is an illusion, made-up mate

Copyright © George Christos | Year Posted 2017

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Show me your love

My head's in a spin, going round and round
and ,my feet are floating, far from the ground.
You don't understand me, you think I'm a clown
and, you don't need me, you're putting me down.

Show me your love, open your heart.
Show me you care, let's not part.

My heart's broken, it's beating a pound
and, my soul's a chokin', it's Dixie bound.
You don't listen to me, you ignore my every sound
and, you don't care for me, you wish I wasn't around.

Show me your love, open your heart.
Show me you care, let's not depart.

My life's a mess, it's like I've drowned
and, my feelings are done pretty sound.
You don't look at me, your eyes to the ground
and, you don't feel me, your arms are bound.

Show me your love, open your heart.
Show me you care, let's make a new start.

Copyright © George Christos | Year Posted 2017

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Love Storm

Sitting on the shore
Couldn't see clearly no more
The waves were crashing in
And the rain was soaking me to the skin

Saw a man in a wooden boat
Sailing happily afloat
The wind turned to a gale
He had to pull in his sail.

The storm was brewing in my mind
The skies darkened, my eyes blind
The waves kept pounding on the shore
"She don't love you anymore"

Wondered what went wrong
With a love so strong
I wish I could turn back time
To when she was all mine

Her tender love was so sweet
That nobody will ever beat
Knew I had to let go
Made my mind blow

The storm was brewing in my mind
The skies darkened, my eyes blind
The waves kept pounding on the shore
"She don't love you anymore"

Copyright © George Christos | Year Posted 2016

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what is a poem

This is a poem about writing a poem

Pick a subject in your mind at that very time
Then look for words that rhyme in sound and in manner of time
String them together arranged in certain specific places
To capture your situation, feeling, vision or sensation

Use verses to take a short break before you start to recreate
Following the same pattern as the rings of planet Saturn
Try to explain whats on your mind deep in your brain
Make your neurons inside fire in coincidence

Portary your message like you are modelling clay
Show some emotion in a slick smooth motion
And describe what moves you deep inside
Think of it as a photograph with your own autograph

Your message will be read and if good it will spread
Like a weed using the wind to disperse its seed
Into another head it will spread like butter does on bread
What was said, will be fed then shred until it is finally dead

Copyright © George Christos | Year Posted 2017

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ROCKET ON NEW YEARS EVE

It's new years eve
I got something up my sleeve
I've made a rocket
It's here in my pocket
I'm gonna let it fly
So high up into the sky
From Mount Bassendean
Hear what I mean
It will be at 12 midnight
Watch out for the light
High above so bright
Exploding with all its might
If you miss it
Then your loss and so be it
It's my give to the new year
Fuck its nearly here
I must do something new
Don't feel like putting on my dancing shoes
If i'm late
Wait as you have the right date
I have to wire it up
Before i can send it up
Into the sky so high
It's gonna fly (sigh)
You should be able to see it
Cause i used physics a bit
If it goes 1034 metres up say
It will be seen 50 miles away
It will have two stages
Before it hits the majors
A bright white light will be its finale
Now i feel like some salami

Copyright © George Christos | Year Posted 2017

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how do you feel

Ethan, did you fix that fence?
and strip that door?
you're losing your sense.
you've hit the floor.
so, how do you feel?
so far from home.
like a complete unknown.
how do you feel?
yes, how do you feel......ethan?

George, did you finish that fence?
or paint the door?
you're a bit tense.
you can't take anymore.
so, how do you feel?
all alone at home
like a complete unknown
how do you feel?
yes, how do you feel......George?

Jim, did you look after your dog?
and get some work done?
it was a real slog
it's okay for some
so, how do you feel?
inside your own home
like a complete unknown
how do you feel?
yes, how do you feel......Jim?

Mum, did you feed your dogs?
and make some income?
it is nice with some grog.
it's worse for another mums.
so, how do you feel?
not always at home alone.
liked and well known.
how do you feel?
yes, how do you feel......Mum?


Kelly, did you relax and rest?
and cook some munja?
i'm your pest.
it's okay, have some gunja.
so, how do you feel?
having to stay home
as it is known
how do you feel?
yes, how do you feel.....Kelly?


Johnny, did you use your axe out south-west?
and how's that scar?
i'll help you with the rest
it's okay, you have firewood bizarre.
so, how do you feel?
getting away from home
and to be completely unknown
how do you feel?
yes, how do you feel......johnny?


Daniel, did you have a ceremoney?
and smell some flowers?
I think you're a bit boney
and you need a shower
so, how do you feel?
so far from any home
known as an unknown
how do you feel?
yes, how do you feel......Daniel?


Emily, did you cook some macaroni
and feed willow for hours?
i think you should try rigatoni.
and not have to scour.
so, how do you feel?
so so stuck at home.
unknown to the known.
how do you feel?
yes, how do you feel......Emily?

Willow, did you moan and groan?
and also laugh and smile?
you need talk to deddo on the telephone.
and take that bus a mile.
so, how do you feel?
also stuck at home
well grown, it is known
how do you feel?
yes, how do you feel......willow?

yes, yes, how do you all feel?
how do you all feel?
in this complete unknown
making your next deal
like a rolling stone.

how does it feel?
how does it feel?

how does it feel, my family? 


Copyright © George Christos | Year Posted 2018

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word words

A nerd slurred a word unheard, to be his preferred password.
A bird flew over a furred herd, be-gird by a Kurd. 
He stirred and blurred, to a curd a third of turd.  
But undeterred he spurred the transferred word, to be heard and conferred.
To reword the inferred referred word, to be deferred is just absurd.

Copyright © George Christos | Year Posted 2017

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Me

Me
He
She
We

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