Category Archives: virtue

Shall I my life of evil start?

  Photo by Mike Flemming 2020.Copyright   When true love’s gone and doom hangs over head When life runs like a river to the sea Then shall I take new lovers to my bed? And with their carnal touch consoled … Continue reading

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And died in peace

My husband was a very selfish man He gave me polish in a brand new tin That was for the furniture not  for me Well some may lose yet others might well win He thought that I was programmed by … Continue reading

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The fashion page

What to wear in winter, What to wear in Fall What to pay your bills with Money talk appals If you read the Guardian They keep you up to date One page is genocide Next how to find a mate … Continue reading

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With the people who fall through the cracks.

The child too shy to join  a little group Or shamed by her old clothing  and her shoes The one who feels they don’t fit in or match The one who suffered early from the blues The barren wife, no … Continue reading

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We broke the symbols down and we are mad

Jesus   is not in the Sacred Bread Nothing  stays the same ,much as we hope He drowns with refugees,  he crawls in mud Life and God aren’t static.souls have fled Do not deny  the loss,  nor  its great scope Jesus  … Continue reading

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The raspberry canes, the honesty know more

The empty canes of raspberries  hang low Red maple leaves are mashed up in the mud  Nature  seems to  hover by death’s door  Animals and humans drained as whores No feeling ,no  green sap,no  flowing blood The crackling canes of … Continue reading

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Dying  and we cannot say what for

Doubt and rumination  lose the war Tangle our emotions like barbed wire Dying  and we cannot say what for Too much thinking’ opens the wrong door Sadism to our self ignites hell fire Doubt and rumination  lose the war Do … Continue reading

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Whitman and Democracy

https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poetrymagazine/articles/151134/filthy-presidentiad-walt-whitman-in-the-aocracyge-of-trump?utm_source=Poetry+Foundation&utm_campaign=9043ea8aed-POFO-NOV-15&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_ff7136981c-9043ea8aed-185545637&mc_cid=9043ea8aed&mc_eid=548544474a   EXTRACT Walt Whitman is two hundred years old in 2019—and the bicentennial of democracy’s bard falls in the shadow of a demagogic presidency. John Marsh, in his book In Walt We Trust: How a Queer Socialist Poet Can Save America … Continue reading

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