Mason Maestro


Mason Maestro Poems

121. Blacksmith 12/12/2012
122. Trench 12/21/2012
123. Warzone 1/1/2013
124. Soviet Spartan 1/13/2013
125. Zzz 9. Vip 1/19/2013
126. Albatross 5/11/2015
127. 22nd Century 5/12/2015
128. Embargo 5/13/2015
129. Equal In The End 5/13/2015
130. Burn The Silver 6/4/2015
131. The World To Conquer 6/4/2015
132. Fasten The Clutch 6/4/2015
133. Baltimore 6/4/2015
134. Thresholds, Isolated & Destroyed 6/4/2015
135. Laid On The Line 6/15/2015
136. The Gallows 6/15/2015
137. Out Of The Mystic 6/24/2015
138. Infected 6/25/2015
139. The Nietzsche Course 12/2/2015
140. Deep State 12/30/2015
141. The Britches Of Prejudice 1/23/2016
142. Accelerator 1/27/2016
143. Provenance 2/6/2016
144. Jackals To Sandy Hook 2/11/2016
145. Whalers Over Wessex 2/11/2016
146. Weapons War In G Major 2/17/2016
147. Guato & Dancing Horse 2/29/2016
148. Wholesale Abandon 3/3/2016
149. The Fall 3/6/2016
150. Baptist Morning Blues 6/2/2016
151. Nine Miles From Munich 6/2/2016
152. Gold Sound 6/2/2016
153. The Blackened 6/22/2016
154. Islamic State 6/22/2016
155. Psalter 7/6/2016
156. Parasitocracy 7/22/2016
157. Revolution Wreck 9/15/2016
158. The Conglomerate Kings 9/15/2016
159. The Syrian - Part I 9/26/2016
160. The Syrian - Part Ii 9/26/2016

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*the Pioneer (The Campaign)

Curriculums tied up to the hounds
and coffee shops police abounds
Untried, unheard 'round the world- tragedy occured
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 re-write the map of Greenland

A summons with the beat of the drum
and around the world the masses will come

From Red square to Bel-Air
Falkland Isls, true democracy calls
To victoria falls, and China's walls ...

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Balkans Bruises

Breathless Balkans, blisters & bruises
Savaged lands strewn about through time
From Romans, Goths, Huns and Avars
To Byzantines, Turks, Slavs and Tatars
Either pre-war or postwar, nothings been solved
And occupation becomes a suffered tradition
Yet devoutly believing in the laws of history
The Balkan states pre-figured the post colonial agony

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