Poems by Isabel San Martin

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Date PostedPoemTitle# ViewsForm  
04/29/2018 SCHIZOID 50 Free verse
02/25/2018 BLACK MAIL 102 Free verse
02/25/2018 EIGENGRAU 87 Imagism
02/17/2018 AR 15 94 Rhyme
12/02/2017 HYDRA 130 Dramatic Verse
10/16/2017 AMNESIA 157 Free verse
10/14/2017 DYSTHYMIA 115 Rhyme
09/16/2017 SCAT 209 Free verse
09/16/2017 MARTYRS 225 Free verse
09/05/2017 SAPPHIC 171 Narrative
09/02/2017 ALMA MATER---FREEDOM 339 Free verse
09/02/2017 ALMA MATER---SENIOR HIGH 357 Free verse
09/02/2017 ALMA MATER---JUNIOR HIGH 252 Free verse
09/02/2017 ALMA MATER---ELEMENTARY 371 Free verse
09/02/2017 ASPIE 192 Free verse
08/31/2017 TRIGGER KIDS 223 Free verse
08/31/2017 17 194 Haiku
08/31/2017 BLUFF---A---THEIST 82 Free verse
08/31/2017 COLTAN 185 Free verse
08/31/2017 DIPSOMMANIA - KITE 99 Free verse

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Quote Left I despise it when we as a society blame good cops or good teachers when something terrible happens because we tend to forget that they work in a system that does not provide them with many options Quote Right
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Quote Left I can only see that the greatest most and secretive fear of a notorious individual is to die knowing they have not done anything good. Quote Right
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Quote Left To cut the name of God from the Scriptures and to replace the divine name with titles is one of most reprehensible things ever done in the name of religion Quote Right
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Quote Left Even some atheists and agnostics pray, since, according to a study, 13 percent pray at least once a month, usually out of a feeling of despair, of cursing God, of seeing if He will answer, or of refuting his existence regarding the lack of answers or all of these reasons combined but yet again I can only understand and with understanding comes love towards my atheistic neighbors Quote Right
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Quote Left The misinterpretation of Scripture by so called religious leaders is one of the greatest atrocities ever committed in the name of religion Quote Right
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Quote Left Because in spite of all the evidence of a moral breakdown, as prophesied in the Scriptures, most would rather derisively mock and ridicule those who believe an impending doom is coming against unrepentant sinners rather than wake up from their desensitizing gradualism and thoroughly investigate what the Scriptures say Quote Right
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Quote Left God could care less if you are homosexual or once homophobic, immoral or self righteous, racist or exceedingly tolerant, atheist or a complete zealot, or whatever the former or the latter because He sees inside every individual the capability to change though that itself is relative Quote Right
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Quote Left Ask the class who is Kim Kardashian and everybody will be able to answer but ask the class who is Amber Hagerman and the chirp of crickets is the only sound we will ever be able to hear. Quote Right
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Quote Left I do feel at times like a broken crayon that has fractured itself over time but that does not mean I am less useful than I, initially, once was. Quote Right
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Quote Left I guess the most haunting and most pervasive question after horrible tragedies occur is why Quote Right
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Quote Left Superficiality today is like easily treading in a shallow lagoon since some are just too afraid or too preoccupied to learn to swim in the aquatic deep. Quote Right
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Quote Left I blame the high profile pig headed individuals who own corporations and only think about satiating their own desires for lust and avarice, anything to satisfy their personal gain rather than helping out the rest of the population Quote Right
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Quote Left Suicide seems a viable option, though that is not the only option presented to me because the only middle finger I can raise at my depression is to take the choice of living and of being genuinely satisfied with my life Quote Right
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Quote Left Fame and fortune does not constitute to happiness nor does a doctorate or a degree to your name guarantee moral stability Quote Right
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Quote Left I'm not ok over a generation that's self destructing and I'm not ok over how easily accessible guns are to youngsters and I'm not ok that 1 out of 4 of us youngsters suffers from some major mood disorder and I'm not ok that those who don't seek help or feel like the health or educational system has failed them act irrationally and hurt themselves or somebody else and the fact that this keeps happening year after year after year has to stop Quote Right
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Quote Left To me personally, to mention a beautifully complex Universe without the credit of a Creator is the equivalent to mentioning a beautiful wooden cottage found in the woods without the credit of a builder. Quote Right
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Quote Left We hate what we fear and fear what we hate. The end result is tragedy. Quote Right
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