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Bright sunshine, bouncing Into black shadow Ready and rearing to go Curl up into dreams of what-if and Never-was and Never-will-be   Brittle facades, patterned To hide the cracks Rote answers Deny deeper truths Falling, falling And fading  

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February 17, 2017

The world is going crazy certifiably insane Greed and evil on the increase Common Sense is on the wane. There’s a man abusing power Setting demons up as demi-gods I’m losing faith this world of ours Can survive long against … Continue reading

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Veteran’s Day 2013

“On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month….” Originally known as Armistice Day; now called Remembrance Day in most Allied nations and Veterans Day here in the US. A moment of silence; a day of parades, … Continue reading

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Memorial Day

Two days of the year, if I can at all possibly get there, I spend at the Saratoga National Cemetery (Also known as the Gerald Solomon National Cemetery) . Veterans Days and Memorial Day. I try to go up a … Continue reading

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Some older poetry

And when the wandering armies Homeward finally turn What shall they find awaits them Where the home fires burn? Shall they be hailed as heroes These warriors dark and dread With feasts set out to greet them And rites honoring … Continue reading

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