Category Archives: Poetry

World War Three (a poem)

By M. Dennis Paul For the past several weeks, I have been forced to confront a seemingly ceaseless melancholy of unknown origin.

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‘Quickening Steps': Novorossian Poetry

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Losing in Love

Years ago when we met Into something which passed for love we fell, I was okay with that illusion, and yet For you something was not quite well.

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As America Falls

As America Falls

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The Sound of Elsa’s Breathing

This is a poem I wrote about my German Shepherd, Elsa, who died 16 years ago today. I have a great many memories of hours spent writing (poems, articles, etc.) while she sat curled up on the couch next to … Continue reading

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Half Moon Over Damascus

Terrorism and beauty, truth and light, in 79 lines of poetic verse…

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Beheading the River of Life

As you have doubtless heard, ISIS has released a new video, showing the simultaneous beheadings of a row of captured Syrian soldiers, along with–at the very tail end of the video–what is purported to be the severed head of US … Continue reading

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Waxing Indignant Over 9/11 Truth

Video by B’Man’s Revolt. Poem by DC Dave Waxing Indignant Over 911 Truth “How dare you!” they said; What else can they say? The facts of the case Will not go away.

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9/11 and the Father of Lies

Why is my language not clear to you? Because you are unable to hear what I say. You belong to your father, the devil, and you want to carry out your father’s desires. He was a murderer from the beginning, … Continue reading

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‘Good Jew’ Fatigue

By Ariadna Theokopoulos I have “good Jew” fatigue, exacerbated by overexposure to, ‘As a Jew, I condemn what Israel is doing in Gaza, etc…’ public statements being made by a larger than usual number of Good Jews. It is true … Continue reading

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