Category Archives: Poem

The Revolution Will Not Serve Budweiser

This poem is dedicated to my friend Rob Zifchak who is currently 14 months sober and going strong.  Rob, your strength to stay clean inspires me to keep true to my self.  Thanks for your friendship.   Well, hello attractive … Continue reading

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Saddam Died For Their Sins

If I say I will not speak of them or mention how they made a name for themselves, then within me burns a fire that engulfs my shaking bones. The burning touches my lips and loosens the tongue glued to … Continue reading

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Anarchy Works

This is a poem that leads off a book I am reading titled Anarchy Works by Peter Gelderloos.  The book is actually Copyleft (no copyright), so I could just write it down and claim it as my own, but I … Continue reading

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A Dirge Over the Sins of Andrew Jackson and Others

I wrote this poem last year on July 4th.  A friend of mine wanted me to post it, and I need to get back into writing poetry anyway.  Here it is: Seattle suburbia feels like a morgue.Yes, a morgue, not … Continue reading

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