turning on an eyelash

they say that the fate of nations turns on an eyelash…

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What Else?

Now that the stripes in our skies Are admittedly composed of chemicals…

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What’s a Drug?

What is it we’ve been waging war upon? I want more information on this thug We’ve all been beating mercilessly on Somebody please inform me: What’s a drug?…

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Haiku: Dawn of the New Day

Here comes the sun!…

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Let’s Talk Value

figure…

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Haiku: Symptoms of Severe Self-Separation Syndrome

“Are we there yet?”…

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After Enlightenment

From the days of yore, Students their teachers ask How long ’twill be before They so serenely bask…

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Prose Poem: this poet’s stream of thought is a gratitude journal

even the toothed plastic spout of its bottle is a wonder…

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Haiku: who tells not the truth

… will not know the truth…

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Haiku: But It’s So Funny

… Right?

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Voice Recording: Journey to Happiness

Every thought may be a blessing Every action graceful be Every single step be made in Gratitude for mobility…

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A Voluntary Subjugation

… My bet is, as his habit is, He’ll let her have her way — See such quality enslaved Sadder than I can say

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Sonnet: A Loftier Perspective

Did we but gaze upon each daily gift With something close to its deserved respect Allow it — glorious! — our hearts to lift A loftier perspective we’d elect…

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This is How You Pack a Homeless Cart

Heart pounding Head swimming…

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Follow the Rules

Purportedly liberal, Really of yourself are full Secretly, you people hate Early, middle, long and late…

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