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Tag: Poetry

I Am the Jew

A poem that directly confronts the ideological core of Anti-Semitism, and its foul absurdity.

The Emperor and the Swan

Emperor Sho-Fu always walks with his dear friends in the willow groves, where the koi swim by, where cygnets gather aside, to receive his gifts from the water’s edge, where […]

The Song of Love

The sweetest serenades Are soothing songs sung, Successfully swaying The searching soul With simple sonnets Of sincerest serenity And selfless succor. Sorrows switch to smiles, As the sublime snatches Snuggling […]

Obsession

Obsession is thought oppression, The possession of mental expression By the things that worry and excite us, Locking down our focus Until it is sharp as glass. Only the idea […]

Methuselah, Voice of the Forest

Part One The world is a forest, Its trees reverberating with chatter. The sounds that compose the background Loudly scream their slants, Repeating until all the animals and plants Are […]

Identified

I thought I was a person. Identify me! My spirit cries out for attention. Its despair Thickens the air Of dissension That quiets my raspy voice box. I run to […]

The Autistic Voice

Streams of words Flow as drops on paper From the fountain pen, Their source. Communication is easy when written, But when spoken it often feels forced. Although I am normal […]