Monthly Archives: January 2017

Flag Burning

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WHO SAYS I can’t burn your flag just watch I am the anti-Christ you say I am the radical terrorist waiting to shoot down your twisted idea of democracy I am the welfare mother sucking on the swollen tits of … Continue reading

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What to Do On Inauguration Day

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Wear black. Tell your friends you’re in mourning. Shed a tear but don’t let tears blind your way. Fly the flag at half-mast. If you have a pennant for your lapel, wear it upside down or pin directly to chest: … Continue reading

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Springtime in Winter – An Ekphrastic Study in Art, Poetry and Music

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The Poetry of Society of Virginia – Northern Region and Reston Art Gallery cordially Invite you to Springtime in Winter – An Ekphrastic Study in Art, Poetry and Music featuring Poets Cathy Hailey Don Carlson Steve Bucher Susan Notar Jack … Continue reading

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Born In America

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I was born in America. America is a foreign land. I was taught to worship freedom. But freedom was a flimsy word whistling on the raging wind. I was taught that liberty was the proud offspring of our forefathers. But … Continue reading

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The Appointment

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