Philip Housiaux

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Sedition Or Justice System - Poem by Philip Housiaux

Can the million smile, death maker
on royal walk about, not shake?
The truly righteous criminal menace -
ancient civilisations his legacy
not blink - honestly seems not to care.
Posing: do such things fear?
Can death be eternity chiselled
only by Hague extradition,
a six foot lassoed rope, bristled
and Centuries fall to oblivion?
Or passionate sudden sedition?

Can the not of this life, die?
The glamorous on tour of pride -
so then moving among us
we apes, do they trust us?
While scratching nuts, spending a dime
though surrounded by imprisoned elites
and special forces silk in ties
do they not fear, regicide
by monkeys with letters registrared -
the airport, court and gallows?
Or the bread knife under pillow
of most trusted friend or gal
or bullet, of elite guard pal?

Can democrats, with election medals
be personally kind, an angel’s grin
but conquered nations hearts, for medallions?
A million Muslims dead, mere meddling
a few Zionists, more than a whim.
An international war criminal
and for whom killing not a sin?

Comments about Sedition Or Justice System by Philip Housiaux

  • (6/11/2008 1:26:00 PM)

    Your use of the language is beyond that of most men. This is a problem
    on such a weighty subject as this. I'm afraid the exact meaning may escape
    from your words and its yield go unconsecrated in the world.

    Greenwolfe 1962
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  • (4/15/2008 2:00:00 PM)

    Please please can I 'bring an act of sedition' to your outstandingly weighted peace by changing one word 'Can the KNOT of this life, die?
    keep writing them One Peace at a Time, Deana
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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 14, 2008

Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 15, 2008

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