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Poem / Poetry

July 16, 2022

Reads: 24

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Not really a race . . . a game of one-sided endurance . . . Read More
If a culture is sick it'll naturally produce a sick people. However, it is only a sick society that can produce a Son Of Man. What other kind of culture would need them? Read More

Poem / Poetry

June 27, 2022

Reads: 57

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Amazing race. The human race. One breathe begins the odyssey. One gasp, one sigh, and ends the trek across the garnished field of time. Read More
I read something that troubled me with liberal thinking. I am not ranting nor making condescending statements against politcal groups. Just stating facts and see fault that needs to be corrected. If you want to read... here is a copy paste in msn.com search box. biden-tells-story-about-prejudice-at-cinco-de-mayo-ceremony Read More

Tags: critical, race

Reads: 197

Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

A lot has changed within me since this, but I found it in one of my old journals and felt like sharing. Read More
Race matters when it comes to rights and government action, and this country has a problem. Read More

Tags: america, race, rights

This is Booth Lich's third attempt to win The Great Ankeran Quadrathlon. A three-day race divided into arduous sections, each with their own challenges, including ascending and descending a mountain, crossing a desert, swimming across a lake, and finally the long sprint to the finish line. Last year, Booth came… Read More
This piece reflects on race and how it's being stigmatized in society as "one specific group" when, in all reality, WE'RE ALL ONE & ALL BLEED RED. Read More
This is a poem that I wrote on Thanksgiving of 2020. We were / are dealing with a very harsh era of time & I felt that this poem would remind us of how to cope w/more laughter & joy, in the midst of heartache and pain. Read More

Tags: food, joy, laughter, unity, race

Poem / Non-Fiction

January 13, 2022

Reads: 170

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Albert Maisels - “Tyranny is the deliberate removal of nuance.” … Read More

Tags: the, sheep, race

Featured Review by dewey green

"I have been rabidly gorging on disillusionment lately, because the end is near, all hope is lost. " Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 04, 2022

Reads: 132

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

We could be fooling ourselves! My poem. Read More
Trevor returns to his small hometown to prove himself in a foot race during a July 4th celebration. He doesn't count on the local hero showing up. Read More
It has to be the soul that gets its place in space. My poem. Read More

Tags: fear, soul, space, race, flesh

Darker than ever! My poem. Read More
two boys are thinking to win a race Read More

Tags: boys, race, win

Cover image: pixabay.com. Read More

Reads: 177

Comments: 4

Shelves: 3

The Abandoned House

A ride turns into a life and death race when a lone biker finds himself riding the Devil's Highway. Read More
Just an old man's view on the state of the union. Read More
If I were to walk off the face of this earth, these are my thoughts and words to the people I love at my funeral. I have been suicidal but have chosen to endure this world a bit longer to see if things will or can change. I doubt it… Read More
there lived tree friends in a forest. one,day between them there was a race. Read More

Tags: race

Reads: 242

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Joshua and Bruce have a fierce rivalry spanning many years. The only thing the two runners hate more then losing … is losing to each other. Will this, their final race be any different… Read More
Would it all make sense? My poem. Read More
Entered and won 3rd place in the Richmond, VA Peace Education Center's 2019 Essay Contest, Remembering 1619 and Restoring Justice Read More
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