Mason Maestro


Mason Maestro Poems

241. Minority Of One 8/16/2009
242. La Couture Nouvelle 3/25/2015
243. Dark Cluster 3/4/2015
244. 1965 3/22/2007
245. 1966 (The Great Purge) 12/10/2007
246. Eclipse Of The Son 2/20/2017
247. Pigs At Bay At The Bay Of Pigs 2/16/2013
248. Gin Sin Pietra 1/6/2011
249. Orwellian Youth 9/28/2012
250. A Change In Utrecht 3/14/2012
251. Bank On The Blunder 10/24/2006
252. A Hearing Session 3/29/2005
253. Zzz 3. I'M Tellin' Ya 6/21/2009
254. Atlantis, Forgot 9/13/2009
255. American Protocol 3/29/2005
256. Buffer Zone 3/29/2005
257. Arrow To The Cree 2/6/2006
258. 2nd Class Rebellion 4/13/2005
259. Abundance And More 3/29/2005
260. Balkans Bruises 2/23/2005
261. Babel 2/20/2005
262. *the Copenhagen Trials (The Victory) 3/31/2005
263. Buddha And The Olive Tree 12/9/2009
264. A Nickel, A Dime 3/29/2005
265. Brazil 2/6/2006
266. *the Ballad For Wilhelmshire (The Vision) 3/31/2005
267. (stilted) Laurels From A Poe Toaster 1/5/2011
268. *pioneer (The Campaign) 3/31/2005

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*pioneer (The Campaign)

Curriculums tied up to the hounds
and coffee shops police abounds
Untried, unheard 'round the world, tragedy occurred
Homemade descendants founding unjust avengers
Political string tied too strong to left wing
The imbalance threw off the budget from the swing
Land in check, holding sight on tap to the end
Like a pioneer to rewrite the map of Greenland

A summons with the beat of the drum
Around the world the masses will come

From Red square to Bel-Air
Falkland Isles, true democracy calls
To Victoria Falls, and China's walls ...

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Tumbledown Slums

Forcibly weened in between the ones we've seen
The gypsies under bridges, and their leanings
Choosing sides the truth collides, the prayers, the cries- and yet resources just aren't there
Hardship hums in tumbledown slums
panhandling mums, places to be seen- we wouldn't dare
Needles, glue, triple X- tattoo
Smog drift will never lift
the clock chimes crime to make a dime
jobs were never there- who knew?

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