The world is in the hands of madmen. They shout and scream at gentle folk. They have visions of power and absolute control while our world goes up in smoke. I’m tired of watching corruption while the ones we chose as our leaders pretend to represent us well. They scream it’s the fault of foreigners, […]Read More MADMEN (the introduction)
Our country is strong because we agree On the same principles. Our country is even stronger because we can disagree And accept our differences. Should we agree and march to the same tune We square our shoulders and see eye to eye. But if we disagree we hold our heads high, Because Ideas discussed and […]Read More DON’T YOU AGREE?
HEY, MR. PRESIDENT! I don’t care whose bomb is bigger, Get your hands away from the nuclear trigger. When negotiations fail and all is lost, There is no way to calculate the cost. Somewhere in space mixed with cosmic dust, Life continues to exist only if there’s love and trust. But hot-headed men with […]Read More HEY, MR PRESIDENT
FORGIVE AND FORGET Time goes by so fast, And it takes two to let go of the past. Their lives are not over yet, If they are ready to forgive and forget. He’s still got his kids Though his life is on the skids. It is not a good time to dump him. She […]Read More IS THIS THE TIME
There are many who believe there are no angels, But I believe angels walk wherever there is light. When we block the light, We are deceived by demons who are quick To lead us astray. I make choices, not just to please others, But to prove who I am, and who I want to be. […]Read More AMPLE ROOM TO GROW
WHICH CHOICE SHOULD I MAKE? I’m not crazy even though you disagree. I’m simply a man wanting justice, for people like me. This world is full of lonely people ready to explode They carry heavy burdens and they need to unload. Just because I got angry when you killed the cat. Life to me […]Read More CHOICES
The close-knit family was not showing up for work. I tried to find out where they lived but I had no success until I arrived home three weeks later. Rebekkah did not look well. Her eyes were swollen, her hair tangled, and her clothes wrinkled. “What happened?” I asked. “I don’t want to talk about it,” […]Read More CLOSE-KNIT FAMILY (part 2)