John Weber

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Quite simply, I love to write. An even greater passion is reading, as important as breathing. I've probably worked at least 150 jobs during the course of my life thus far; I'd have to say radio deejay was probably my favorite (I'm told daily I have a radio voice) . Fry cook proves to be my least favorite, or perhaps dishwasher. I have a beautiful p ...

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Autumn Cannibalism (1936)

Heads propped aloft by the
crutch of dogmatic belief,
savoring each other,
feasting upon flesh-

Celestial Whispers

I toss my focus towards the sky
To ask those knowing stars for truth
They wink at me in mute reply
Shedding rays from my distant youth

The Lusitania

More than twelve hundred souls
Meet their watery grave.
German U-boat patrols
Spark a fatal shockwave.


I feel the rage burning from your eyes
As you strike me with your kitchen tool
It's that devil in you I despise
Your vicious tirade smacks me most cruel


The flow you bestow
makes all structure go
with spirit-popping visions
stalking from my mind


David Scott 10 October 2009

'A dingo ate my baby! ' No ma'am, it was John Weber's poetry. Keep up the great work, John!

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