Poems by Gerald Dillenbeck

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04/29/2017 Domestic Entertainments 8 Prose Poetry
04/28/2017 Cloud of Knowing 32 Political Verse
04/28/2017 Climate Health Marching 11 Political Verse
04/27/2017 Capital Acclimations 14 Political Verse
04/26/2017 Sacred Choreographers 47 Political Verse
04/26/2017 God's Zen Voice 44 Political Verse
04/25/2017 Succeeding Days 32 Free verse
04/25/2017 Last Night 31 Political Verse
04/24/2017 Social and AntiSocial Capital 46 Political Verse
04/23/2017 MultiCultural Arts and Science 20 Political Verse
04/23/2017 Paradise ReForested 74 Political Verse
04/22/2017 EarthDay by Day 72 Free verse
04/22/2017 National Public Radiators 55 Political Verse
04/21/2017 Losing My Competing Minds 58 Political Verse
04/20/2017 Afraid to Love Too Widely 75 Prose Poetry
04/20/2017 DisIntegrating Apostacy 78 Political Verse
04/20/2017 DualDark Matters 40 Prose Poetry
04/19/2017 Health Optimizing Investments 63 Political Verse
04/19/2017 ReCreating MaryJuanita 30 Political Verse
04/18/2017 Vistas of Love 50 Prose Poetry
04/17/2017 Catchers and Pitchers 85 Political Verse
04/16/2017 Easter Eggs as Health Systems 71 Political Verse
04/15/2017 Integrity's Boundaries 94 Free verse
04/15/2017 Refining Experiential Math 117 Prose Poetry
04/15/2017 Tragic Climates for Comedians 89 Political Verse
04/14/2017 Revolutionary Climates 63 Political Verse
04/14/2017 Becoming Polypathic 94 Political Verse
04/13/2017 The Only Way To Go 120 Prose Poetry
04/13/2017 Making Hay 99 Prose Poetry
04/12/2017 Fundamentals ReDefined 160 Political Verse
04/11/2017 Democratic Parties 68 Political Verse
04/11/2017 Organic Time Travel 92 Prose Poetry
04/10/2017 Therapeutic Mentoring 104 Political Verse
04/10/2017 Red Sky Dawning 105 Prose Poetry
04/10/2017 Planning v Praying 74 Prose Poetry
04/10/2017 Born to Litter 58 Political Verse
04/09/2017 PolyCulturing Education 134 Political Verse
04/08/2017 Syria Reconstructed 85 Political Verse
04/07/2017 Good Journeys 123 Prose Poetry
04/07/2017 Yang and Yin 85 Prose Poetry
04/06/2017 People of Faith 177 Political Verse
04/05/2017 Deep Learning 207 Prose Poetry
04/04/2017 Stories of Grace and Pathology 88 Prose Poetry
04/03/2017 I Know Not 141 Prose Poetry
04/02/2017 Trees of our Forest 155 Political Verse
04/02/2017 Same Old Differences 97 Prose Poetry
04/01/2017 Bucky and Julian 134 Prose Poetry
04/01/2017 Limiting Liturgies 90 Prose Poetry
03/31/2017 Watching isms 129 Political Verse
03/30/2017 Untimely Silence 106 Prose Poetry
03/29/2017 CareGiving Earth 198 Political Verse
03/29/2017 Mean Economists 404 96 Political Verse
03/28/2017 Trickling Down Theories 77 Political Verse
03/28/2017 Which Came First 75 Prose Poetry
03/27/2017 Cooperative Health Expectations 162 Prose Poetry
03/27/2017 A New Dawn 192 Political Verse
03/27/2017 Lady Liberty's Pregnant Opera 93 Political Verse
03/26/2017 Therapeutic Homes 77 Political Verse
03/25/2017 Following Earth's Light 212 Political Verse
03/24/2017 Cooperative Feministas 186 Political Verse
03/23/2017 The PermaCultural Brain Surgeons 111 Political Verse
03/21/2017 Higher Powers 133 Prose Poetry
03/20/2017 Starting with the End 115 Free verse
03/20/2017 The L Word 280 Political Verse
03/19/2017 The Fourth Principle 147 Political Verse
03/18/2017 Growing Healthiest 198 Political Verse
03/17/2017 Is It Just Me 107 Political Verse
03/17/2017 HealthCare DisInvestment 120 Political Verse
03/16/2017 Bicameral Balance 81 Political Verse
03/16/2017 Sacred Ecology of Game Theory 108 Political Verse
03/15/2017 PermaCultural Trust 163 Political Verse
03/13/2017 GrandMother Tree 133 Political Verse
03/12/2017 Patriotism as Anti-Otherism 146 Political Verse
03/11/2017 Civilizing Savages 204 Political Verse
03/10/2017 My Book of Lists 179 Political Verse
03/07/2017 Baby Boomers and Bummers 156 Political Verse
03/06/2017 Alternative Facts with Feelings 234 Political Verse
03/05/2017 Neglecting Top and Bottom Lines 203 Political Verse
03/04/2017 Perennial Problems 241 Political Verse
03/04/2017 Nationalist Committee Problems 125 Political Verse
03/04/2017 Wholesome Acclimations 112 Political Verse
03/03/2017 Yeast and Bread 181 Political Verse
03/02/2017 Breathing While Thinking 254 Prose Poetry
03/01/2017 Prurient Interests 167 Political Verse
02/28/2017 Twice-Told Tale 184 Prose Poetry
02/27/2017 Swarming Ravens 177 Prose Poetry
02/27/2017 Revolutions within Earth's Evolution 230 Prose Poetry
02/26/2017 Patriotic for Planet Earth 405 Political Verse
02/26/2017 Who's Crazy Now 345 Political Verse
02/25/2017 John 3: 16 ReWrite 200 Political Verse
02/24/2017 A Feel for History 254 Political Verse
02/24/2017 Self-Aborting Choices 133 Political Verse
02/23/2017 A Social Complex 193 Political Verse
02/22/2017 Games We Play 583 Political Verse
02/21/2017 Prescribing ReBirth to DT2 148 Political Verse
02/20/2017 Terrorist Deserts Into Bountiful Rivers 296 Political Verse
02/20/2017 Art Therapy 250 Political Verse
02/19/2017 Theories of Every Big and Little Thing 251 Prose Poetry
02/18/2017 Prodigal Sons and Daughters 101 Political Verse
02/18/2017 YangWin-YinWin 160 Political Verse
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Quote Left Ecologic is the syncretic nutritional decomposition of sacred enculturing religion. Quote Right
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Quote Left For me, the absence, or emptiness, of a Creator only points all the more toward the sacred unity of organically regenerative EarthTribe Creation. Quote Right
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Quote Left Bilateral thinking and discernment takes place in-between LeftBrain's Yes! and RightBrain's notnot No. Quote Right
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Quote Left When criminal justice is not also decriminalizing mercy then it cannot also be social or economic justice. Quote Right
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Quote Left Old age is when this day will not have time to become only middle aged. Quote Right
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Quote Left Multicultural dialects speak through diverse rhetorical climates, reflecting ecopolitically shared gestalts. Quote Right
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Quote Left Plasma: Cold fusion river flames of fertile nurturing flow. Quote Right
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Quote Left Sophia: virgin Earth wisdom, as in PhiloSophia, philosophy, especially of Earth's ecological wisdom, both politically Left and economic Rights of Earth and all of Sophia's evolving children. Quote Right
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Quote Left Not an atheist, certainly not an anti-theist, but also not a theist. Rather, in-between, a bicamerally synergetic teleologist, where Earth could not be unkind, had She not first been notnot regeneratively kind with ProCreative Sun's bilateral medicine-fusing light. Quote Right
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Quote Left Silent watchers, lurkers, ruminating parents, students, scientists are often leaders at listening selectively, looking for resonance, yet not ignoring dissonant noise wherein might lie a poignant replicable deep-learning moment. Quote Right
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Quote Left Trust, rather than terror, usually beginning with some combination of the two, is an empathic political choice to evolve toward healthier mutual regard, rooted in open and honest full-disclosure of ego- and eco-centric agendas. Quote Right
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Quote Left Responsibility: 1. Capacity to appropriately react. 2. Authority to respond therapeutically, positively, cooperatively. Quote Right
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Quote Left If yang translates as powerful deep learning, then yin might transform into wide-flows of polyculturally polypathic loving. They work best in mutually defining balance. Quote Right
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Quote Left Permaculture Design: EcoTherapy for and with Earth, for and with Others, as for and with PolyPathic PolyCulturing Self-Outcomes. Quote Right
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Quote Left We all live more or less uncomfortably between the double boundaries of what we are for and what we are against, between what we want freedom from and what we crave freedom toward. Quote Right
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Quote Left Hell is mutual baptism by ego-centric fire. Heaven is coarising baptism thru EarthCentric flowing clear streams of cloudy smoke-ring networked diastatic color eco-mutual identity, or something thereabouts. Not a prophecy, just a harmonic resonance, for lack of better polycultured ecosystemic words. Quote Right
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Quote Left Now is time, all else is space, a place for time's unfolding. Quote Right
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Quote Left What is the difference between an atheist and a theist? A bicameral ecotheist. Quote Right
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Quote Left Poetry bridges nature's self-consciousness, discovering sacred Time's regenerate Pilgrimage. Quote Right
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Quote Left The two greatest threats to freedom are wealth of fame and depth of infamy. Quote Right
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Quote Left If we don't use our bodies, we lose them. If we don't use our mind, then it is already gone. Quote Right
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Quote Left Bodies and minds and time are like other investment opportunities, if you don't use them, you lose them. Quote Right
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Quote Left A truly free market might act more like a free-love transaction, more of a mutually cooperative slut and not so much an overpriced whore, only accessible to the highest bidder. Quote Right
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Quote Left Freedom from half-baked inwardness evolves freedom toward half-fried out hypothesis. Quote Right
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Quote Left Laundering clothes is like redeeming life. When you think you've got this project just about finished, it's probably time to start over, or succumb to your own stinky mess. Quote Right
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Quote Left Nature's Mass is to spiritual Energy as spiritual communion is to natural prime spacetime function. Quote Right
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Quote Left Bicamerally balanced heart and soul intelligence speak through bionically fractal mind and natural systemic information language. Quote Right
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Most significant mentors (other than Mom, of course): Buckminster Fuller and Laotse, but not necessarily in that order.

Permacultural designer, with special interest in the regenerative development of economic relationships within natural settings, like a human life, for example, or a family, or a community, nation, species. 

Retired from grant and contract writing and non-profit strategic consulting, more or less.

Sort of a Taoist Permacultural Universalist, if we need a label. Which reminds me of the time I was applying for entry to an interfaith hermitage. They wanted to know my primary faith tradition and I wrote "polypath," not realizing this word has already been taken to indicate genius within more than one paradigm. So, perhaps this was a great deal too much hubris and ignorance for them to tolerate, but all I intended to say was that I identify most resonantly with the relationships between our diverse wisdom traditions, although I claim no genius mastery status within any one of them.

I live in my hermitage with four adopted children, now teenagers, with special needs, ranging from Fetal Alcohol Syndrome across cerebral palsy, blindness, and a wicked case of ADD.

If I were ever to grow up I would like to do stand-up comedy routines during Sunday liturgies. 

My blogsite, with lots more poetry and some humor essays, is www.gdill52.com. Please say hi if you visit.