John Farrell

Rookie (22 May 1968 - 4 November 2010 / Long Island, NY.)

Black And Tan Fantasy. - Poem by John Farrell


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  • (7/21/2009 1:27:00 PM)


    More interesting is the juxtaposition of these three leaders that fought for civil rights and how an assassin quashed their ideals, and their lives, far too soon. Nice work. (Report) Reply

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  • Michael Gale (7/7/2009 2:57:00 PM)


    Yes it is well documented that the blak man has suffered as like the American Indian-perhaps. These two races have both endured. Now we have a black President that a lot of us voted into office. Not because of the color of his skin. But because he was and is the best man suited for the job. Racism needs to become instinct like the dinosaurs of past. We all need to live for the moment and future, instead of living in the past of heart ache and sad sorrow.
    Peace to all men and women. Color and race does not need to be a barrier but emerge into a phase of happiness towards all men. Long live peace.

    Great poem! God bless us all-MJG.
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Poem Edited: Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Atonal Poetry Review  


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