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If I had a shiny gun,
I could have a world of fun
Speeding bullets through the brains
Of the folk who give me pains;
The Breath Of Life
To smell The Sun
to feel The Wind
to breathe the Fresh Air from within
If I felt that you had been here,
it was because your angel would have touched me with his wing like a breeze,
you would have been here with him
Beautiful city, the centre and crater of European confusion,
O you with your passionate shriek for the rights of an equal
Poetry is a solitary art
But beautiful words come alive
While we write.
Poems without readers
Are like lonely wallflowers
On the wide dance floor.
[Suite in F major: Ouverture]
('nézte a csillagokat') *
On the neural paths, have rushed - shiny -
The shapes of the world, yearning for
Scepters of mountains
While drawing a circle,
A ray of sun that slips on your sad face
Is not only a ray, it is the light.
Moreover, my feelings
«Wer noch kein / Melancholiker ist, / Muß es hier werden»
Alle prime ombre su Arcetri, a passi
You have a razor-sharp mind
And a barb wit
You speak eloquently
Beauty is seen daily in poetic duty every day,
Cutie is our Poem Hunter Family all here say.
Far across the globe poets unite here to write,
Gold and silver may perish
With the forces of nature
But a good poem will stay
It can withstand
Who will believe my verse in time to come
If it were filled with your most high deserts?
Though yet heaven knows it is but as a tomb
Which hides your life, and shows not half your parts:
A house near the hill
Lit up when a sunbeam broke
Through the alto clouds.
Poetry never abandons me.
It follows me wherever I go.
It is the wreath that will be
Laid across my coffin and
[Suite in Fa: Ouverture]
('nézte a csillagokat')
the soldier fights for the hippys rights to protest against that soldier
the soldier fights for the politions rights to send that soldier to war
the soldier fights for buisness mans rights to make money
the soldier fights for the policemans rights to arrest that soldier
Whose hands should have been hand cuffed and blind folded?
To face a death penalty and possible murder in cold
Can this practice be not put on permanent hold?
Can this be construed as cowardice act or bold?
They swore and they lied
Women's rights are tied
To our weak democracy
To our inevitable legacy
Who violates human rights? (2)
Mon day,22nd Nov 2021
Who violates human rights?
who fights for our rights?
The necessity for an international commission for the infants and the aged is an immediate consideration and response of international community.
This era is an era of rights. And all most all individuals harp on their rights but none talks or care about their responsibilities.
"Unlimited rights" are impossible.
Let me explain.
We have the right for silence.
Here in Fortuna, northern California,
chickens demand their "civil rights".
They ‘cluck': "If we don't get our rights,
there'll be some very nasty fights! "
But talk you not now,
Please do you something,
An Ode to Human Rights
We fought for rights and fought like hell
many died, but human rights was on our side.
Inspired by Frontline on PBS channel
-Gayathri B. Seetharam
The essay in The Globe and Mail on the 13th of Jan,2020
Said that the 4 hour television program on PBS
Rights of the infants
Clash of rights scenario
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