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I am a well.
Confined by a wall;
Restricted by a boundary;
Stagnated by it all.
To convert the penalty corner
To a coveted goal with honor
Boundless drive and will
Need is to fill the bill!
Give us your deprived, your malleable muddled masses
hoping for a gentler taskmaster
Welcome to the multi-trillion dollar industry, Poverty
A.K.A, cheapest labor force
Religion & Atheism are like the two sides of the coin,
Atheism preaches reason & rationale;
Belief & faith are the essence of religion of mine,
Both are adversaries having treasure of reason & morale;
Inspired by Mrs. Juan-Austin's precious and great poem
Knowledge 4, I just read:
Knowledge does not make us superior to others,
You and I
Will suffer through terrible abuse
To our inner child,
Our spiritual psyche, our real self
Humans were created
To be related
To stay united in families
And for the families to live
The bible, usually thought of in religious terms actually has far more dimensions other than the religious one. The bible in 'Lilith, ' as well as in the NOVA special on these topics, makes the point that the document was written over hundreds of years, was and is, the attempt to institute a radically new kind of society, one which had been previously unknown in the world.
Conflict over the bible's religious aspects has obscured, its, perhaps, greatest contribution to Western thought-if not to world history-ideas revolving around egalitarianism, freedom, justice, moral righteousness, social organization and the place of hierarchies in human society.
For Dear Vinhie
(to read to him)
along the Dutch meadows
In dark convulsions of fire of love
The goddess blue in feminine moon
Eyes with sweet lust of life to live
Strange emblems on her neck worn
With Respects... for Roger Rodd
Tadpole is piscine in appearance,
breathes by gills, tailed,
very actively swimming,
A long walk through this imaginable forest
of strong firmest regulations of passions
and inflections of inflictions of literary superlatives
I adore your artistic poetic additionals.
True art, the activist declared, protests
societal wrongs, and militantly attests
a social vision—or remains mere artifice.
'Exactly, ' the painter said, 'protest like this'—
</>Fighting is my Label,
I am a red rebel.........
I am in trouble and in double.
From here does my revolution spread.
Everyone has an opinion
Consider your opinions like the buttons on your shirt
Each button representing an opinion you have in life
All buttoned, you are clothed in full knowledge of your view on world and life
In the conglomeration of possibilities, the child of your dream endowed with vision, holds the hand of the child on the beach in front of you. The flowers of your dreams perfume the marine atmosphere like those in the garden of delicate Zen jasmine. The heart of an anterior love falls in love with the lovers holding hands on the beach, with the child between them forming the sacred pyramid of creation, in the crepuscular splendour of orange-rosy glow of the sun, sinking into the enigmatic profoundness of the sea.
Heart, a hidden treasure everyone knows
But no one dares to reveal and never vows!
Battling heart, the victim of so many rows
Democracy is an elusive concept especially when badgered with liars.
Analysis of reality is a prerequisite for our cherished collective consciousness.
When we observe the neighborliness of Christianity we will acquire
the necessary oversight into tolerance and a generous societal acceptance.
Gender Studies about
Gender, race and ethnicity,
Gender whether a male or female,
Conventions, old thoughts and ideas
Sometimes, I feel I don't belong
In my own lifetime. Fear is so strong.
Sometimes, I'd like to have a warm
Connection within cold, societal storms.
Same old junkies shooting up in plagued streets
That are no longer paved with gold. Knife crime
Soars. Few can bear the societal heat.
Many behold the glaring warning signs.
It's very important to remember those less
Fortunate than us when we are making merry.
In terms of wealth and happiness, not all are blessed.
Tucking into turkey and imbibing sherry
Behold these marks of brokenness:
Scorched flowers...hollowed out suns and moons;
Phrases parsed like warring nations.
Ellipses and scratches of profound despair
I'm waiting for my dreams to blossom into words.
I'm waiting for moonlight to transfigure the night.
I'm waiting for old wounds to heal in novel ways.
I'm waiting for angels to descend from abstract heights.
It counts, but counts differently,
The prescription for evaluation temporarily submerges his value system
Not entirely abandoning his principles,
Dripping his toe in the societal waters,
Talent is honoured everywhere-
Divinity has its positive devices and plans
Spell of flavour of its divine scent and aura
Saint-souls with inherent traits without exercise
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