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Money Ii

seeming acceptance,
cascade of identity,
ruler of mankind. (A Haiku)
 
MBJ Pancras

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/// Humor ***** Judge The Suspect

A rape victim is being interrogated by the prosecutor, when she details anything about the rapist, all spectators are eyeing suspiciously to the presiding judge.
Seems all descriptions attribute perfectly tot the jury's physical features, gestures, mole and facial aura.
Hopefully, this is only a mistaken identity or simply a person's similarity.
 
Rommel Mark Dominguez Marchan

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Hair

Hair flies as she runs
Her soul, her identity
Bobbing with each stride

© 2009 Forrest Hainline
 
Forrest Hainline

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Copies

“Copies”
Society today tells us that we should look, dress, and act a certain way but all that does is turn us into copies of each other. When will we see this and realize that it isn’t right? Most of us do realize this but go with it nun-the less because we are too afraid that they won’t “fit in”. However there is another group of us who see this, realize it and actually defy what society tells us. That small group dresses how they want to, acts like they want to. They refuse to become copies like everyone else is. Piercings & Tattoos they are viewed as freaks and troubled kids. But I think it’s the other way around. Because I think only a freak or someone troubled would want to be just like everyone else. At least the people with tattoos and piercings have an identity of their own. The Copies can’t say that they have that. I don’t have any tattoos or piercings but I can honestly say I’m not a copy like everyone else. But what are you? Are you a “freak” or a copy? If you’re a copy ask yourself “Am I happy being just like everyone else? ”
 
Brad Dodson

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