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Alexander Pope - “The ruling passion, be it what it will, the ruling passion conquers reason still.” Alexander Lowen - “Suppressing a feeling doesn’t make it go away; it only pushes it deeper into the unconscious. By this action, we internalise the problem.” Russell Brand - “The only point of… Read More

Tags: lies, truth, image, honesty

An about face from my professed convictions of the past half decade. Read More
This book contains many poems. Read More

Tags: truth, play, stand, jokes, teach

Script / Other

September 14, 2021

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Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

"Every 100 years, the moon shall shine topaz, lighting the way for those enveloped in despair. Whosoever is fated to live in the light, will be gifted with love on the night of the topaz moon." ??? I have always lived a life of tragedy and despair. I never thought… Read More
Unless you see signs and wonders, you will not believe. My poem. Read More
This book brings you my Aquarian revelation which can be expressed in one word and that is TRUTH. Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 01, 2021

Reads: 43

Comments: 1

Shelves: 2

The Booksie Classic House

It’s pretty clear what this is about. Be warned, it is long and probably not as poetic as I hoped. It was meant to make a few clear points. Read More

Poem / Poetry

August 31, 2021

Reads: 35

Comments: 1

Shelves: 2

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Short poem. Read More

Tags: lie, truth, friend, enemy

We were made in the image of our Heavenly Father, so we must believe and trust the greatness innate in each of us... Read More
When you have good intentions, you are hunted in real life and haunted in the dreams. You must tame your ego above these forces so that they won't twist your intentions into evil. my struggle to make a good change in my hometown community has been guided by deep meditation… Read More

Tags: love, life, truth, prison

Stained in its DNA. drained in oceans and rivers Family in the grips of old adages. Walking to the same tired concerns– Economics rhythm – Limitations dictating demanding routine. Norman Rockwell would have captured our scene well– We up on stools. Me the boy. Him the cop. 50’s style dinner.… Read More
The Aquarian age is the age of truth and this book is dedicated to God and the Angels revealing ever more of it, through my writings. Read More
Get ready for the horrifying universe that Lovecraft has invented! Read More

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"This felt very mysterious. Lovecraft must have been a fascinating person to meet. I don't know much about the author, but i'm curious to do so..." Read More

trying to understand life Read More

Tags: life, truth

Reads: 45

Comments: 1

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There's no other power besides God and Jesus. My poem. Read More

Tags: love, truth, jesus, above, heal

Teenager raped and attempted suicide Read More

Tags: rape, truth

Up is down. White is black. A banana is an apple. An "alternative fact" is the truth. The truth is a lie. Our whole way of thinking about our country and ourselves as Americans has been turned upside down. Read More
Playing us deftly and ably. Stringing us along. Telling their base what they want to hear, not what the truth reveals. Killing us slowly with their words. Sapping our will to resist with unceasing chatters and blathers of slanders and slurs and untruths. Killing us slowly with their words Read More
When the past overshadows the present. learn to surrender to the present moment because this is where all of life happens. Read More

Poem / Poetry

June 15, 2021

Age is a state of mind. As we grow older we accept the aches and pains that come with age. We look at ourselves in the bathroom mirror and refuse to accept the undeniable truth. We grow old. We wither. We die. Yet time, the culprit behind the wrinkles and… Read More

Tags: truth, time, age, clock, old

There are lies, deceit and even infidelities. Read More
War is always ugly and unclean. The Vietnam war was no exception. However, there was one major difference with this particular conflict. There never was, nor had there been, an intention to win. And, unfortunately, it was evident to the boys and men in the fields, swamps and jungles of… Read More

Short Story / Non-Fiction /

May 27, 2021

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Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Trigger warnings, trust me. Read More

Tags: raw, life, truth, emotional, irl

In the 1992 movie “A Few Good Men,” Jack Nicholson utters a line of dialogue that has become as iconic as Bette Davis’ 1950 classic, “fasten your seatbelts, it’s going to be a bumpy ride,” in “All About Eve.” When Nicholson screamed out “You can’t Handle the truth!” on the… Read More
The wall. The magical wall across our southern border. The wall that will remedy our problems and keep the undesirables out, disease at bay, and rapists and drug dealers away from our cities and our neighborhoods. An impenetrable wall to keep us away from the tired, the poor, the huddled… Read More

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