"Taking himself seriously, so you don't have to."

Q * MAGA * NONYMOUS * REX

Posted by on Oct 31, 2020 in Literature, Poetry | 0 comments

No spoilers! I got a feeling ya’ll are going to love this…

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A Poetic Consultation on America’s Easter Confession

Posted by on Apr 12, 2020 in Literature, Poetry | 0 comments

So you have done it again,

and have come to repent?

I see… listen then closely,

and after each quote, repeat:

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Consumable Dramatics & Experiential Inter-Faith

Posted by on Apr 12, 2020 in Literature, Poetry | 0 comments

that an end befit consumable dramatics,

conclude thought experiments,

utilize learned lessons,

and upgrade experiential inter-faith…

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“The Fire Enlightening”

Posted by on Jun 30, 2018 in Featured, Literature, Philosophy, Poetry | 0 comments

“The Fire Enlightening” is comprised of nine poems that narrate a journey of philosophic self-discovery, populated with logical and chaotic conceptual metaphor, to bridge a synthesis between the world of nature and the artifice of man.

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An American in Anarchia, Part II

Posted by on Aug 25, 2017 in Literature, Misc. Prose | 0 comments

We met at the grocery store, the American, the Anarchist, and the Beauty. We picked the ripest tomatoes, three different types of meats, olive oils, bottles of wine. In the checkout, I gave him cash for my share,...

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Ego-Bridging Bi-Polarities

Posted by on Feb 25, 2017 in Literature, Poetry | 2 comments

I’m living on the brighter side of the sun,
doing time ‘tween sciences,
mathematically defining reality,
Whether ‘Merica or transcendence,

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A Confession: Electrical Infrastructure, Indebted Servitude, the Power of People, and Personal Culpability

Posted by on Dec 31, 2016 in Economics, Literature, Misc. Prose | 1 comment

Is such a confession enough to assuage guilt? Is this “practicality”, this requirement for monetary compensation, though so short term, sufficient justification for continued deaths overseas, the perpetual pollution of our water, and the poisoning of our land?

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An American Dance: Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

Posted by on Jul 28, 2016 in Literature, Poetry | 3 comments

The stakes are high in the ephemeral fight. “Fire in the Mind’s of Men”, has spread. It is your time. Help us turn the tide.

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Emperors’ Invisible Gates

Posted by on Jul 10, 2016 in Literature, Poetry | 304 comments

With every round, the crowd thins.

And finally, no one wins.

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Orlando’s Lament

Posted by on Jun 16, 2016 in Literature, Misc. Prose | 1 comment

The perpetrator is a product of our society.

And our society is anti-intelligence, anti-prosperity, and anti-life.

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