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New Girl “Poem”

Tonight I read poems of Don Juan by lord Byron again after a long time I met a new girl today which sparks the need for recreation of passions The new girl is always a mystery similar to any scientific endeavor You want to study thoroughly, you want to have new theories and experiments to […]

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Nameless “Poem”

Cioran says “To renounce ones name is to be doomed to inactivity; to cling to it is to degrade oneself” A Paradox is our identity in simple words “The trouble with being born” Must we exist or express ourselves? Inquired Cioran again Cioran is dead now then why do we share same sentiments of our […]

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No more “Poem”

Produce No More Religious Scholars for earths sake You have destroyed the mankind with your divine missions Close the doors of all mosques and churches for heavens sake no more prayers needed No more I say to righteous preachers of all religions Let us go back to the state of nature all pure and simple […]

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On Death “Poem”

How disappointed I was even after my death What if there were no funerals and no shrines in tis world ? Where is everything? Reveal O world the faces of corpses buried million years ago When suffering and pain exceeds it becomes easy according to Ghalib As soon as I walk into gardens they become […]

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Reading Foucault “Poem”

The individual is no doubt the fictitious atom of an ideological representation of a society “Panopticism” is the model of surveillance in use This is the image of Our present society after the pandemic (Covid-19) writes Foucault in his book (discipline and punish) years ago The individual is an enemy for collectivism Opinions different than […]

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The New Vision “Poem”

The New Vision declares death to all history The New vision declares rebellion to Authority The New Vision smashes the old traditions and beliefs The New Vision declares War on all Institutions and their values This New Vision is for New people The New Vision is for a New world The New vIsion Speaketh “We […]

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Whole Numbers “Poem”

In Ancient Greece Parmenides student of Xenophanes who were the first Monists as when Parmenides looked at the sky he said, God is one. Pythagorean’s said that human factors are two such as white and black, sweet and bitter, good and bad, large and small Aristotle in his Metaphysics book Alpha five argues “Which is […]

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Mountain Climber “Poem”

I am a mountain climber I said to my heart Philosophy as for as I have understood is a walk alone on ice bergs The skyscrapers and cliffs I must jump off I am being chased by religious preachers, traditionalists, customary demons, bondage of family and friends and emotions For a journey on mountains is […]

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A scream at 22nd Street “Poem”

I heard a scream on 22nd Street at Columbus Few miles from Ybor A drunken man was screaming and yelling loudly in middle of the road holding a beer in his hands The man shouts, “I know God has gone away from me” he points his finger to a car passing by Where ya all […]

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Muses “Poem”

Listen to the muses of the stars tonight There are muses of drunken God in all that exists I lean my ear near the sound of the breeze It says “Get Drunk to my muses O mortal being” I am all drunk now once and for all In my drunkness are the hidden raging sorrows […]

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Digitaltools4you

Digital products and reviews

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