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Latinos “Poem”

One must speak Spanish in Tampa Florida One must imitate the way Latinos behave So artistic and so free are Latinos Corona and Modelo they only drink Latino women are real women Have you ever seen a Latin girl walking? Every guitarist follow their rhythm Cuande? She asked when? I say right now She smiled […]

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Nebraska Streets “Poem”

Nebraska streets are like my sorrows The streets in Nebraska ruled by emptiness, drunkness, nostalgia and homelessness Memories so much on every street corner Where are my friends? Who used to walk with me on Nebraska streets Jay Jay is gone so is Sunny My happiness gone? Why I walk alone tonight on these streets […]

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Helpless Eyes “Poem”

On my way home tonight in downtown Tampa I saw many helpless eyes of homeless But her gaze pleaded for help I offer not in prejudice She was standing vulnerable near a shade of the tall building She was young and pretty with a mask on her face But her eyes were as big as […]

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Bed on street “Poem”

A crippling homeless makes his bed on Nebraska streets in Tampa I was looking at him form a distance My friend was talking I was not listening The homeless spread the sheets at an abandoned home Under a shelter and on the pavement he make his bed on street Carefully he moves his wheel chair […]

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Lebanon in tears “Poem”

“Boom” out somewhere on television I heard an Explosions and then another explosion and smoke and fireworks of tears and blood Who is to blame oh this age of reason you have my distrust and I saw deaths and injuries and cries of mothers huge quantities of ammonium nitrate” being stored at the port. Is […]

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Passerby’s on Saturday Night “Poem”

There goes a mom and dad and three little girls There comes a beautiful couple The man is average but the women is in her prime youth There goes skate boarders in groups of 10 all boys and girls pass me like a fast moving train River flows silently minding its own business I am […]

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Fireworks “Poem”

On streets and in yards and in front of houses Little kids and their care takers Motorcyclists and young and old cheerful Celebrating independence from colonists Oh America what freedom in air I breath Fireworks here there fill the sky like stars Sounds and bombardments are echoes of freedom I sit by my house with […]

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4th of July “Poem”

Tomorrow is 4th of July O world Worlds best constitution was made real American Declaration of independence is the pride of mankind The only piece of paper that inspires freedom No religion and no law is above Man’s right to freedom of expression A true model of humanity after the French Revolution Human reason won […]

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Dervish “Poem”

Crazy wanderer was I When I first looked at the sea in Brighton beach England Crazy dervish was I When I first sit near the river Jhelum Crazy hermit was I When I first left my home Crazy nomad I am still When I come to America Crazy dervish still I am When I first […]

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Duty of Submission to Civil Government

Thoreau wrote “Civil Disobedience” essay during Mexican-American war back in 19th century. He said simply two important things I feel I ought to share according to our current situation in America the covid 19 and the protests for George Floyd. “The government is best which governs not at all.” it means as to our common […]

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sūdrakarma

Just a personal blog. I'm not trying to sell you anything.

Verona

- Renee verona -

Paper Life Painting

Visual works of Wayne Wolfson

The Fair Left

Politics of Writing

A Prolific Potpourri...

The Artistic Endeavors & General Musings of Matt Snyder