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  169.     

Lost Property

Can you help me sir?
Here in lost property?
Because I can't seem to find
My identity.
 
Emily Cari Clifford

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  170.     

The Reactionary's Defense

free will is certainly subjective, and really can only exist radically outside of any society, at a personal level, an individual religion, an individual language, so in this sense societies shape the collectivism of individuality; and it is a shame that given the opportunity to pursue freewill, so many are dazzled by capitalism and consumerism, and yet they are given the choice. I remain a product of my society, and yet open-mindedness does not conform to hatred, and your limerick clear demonstrates hatred for the United States, and I believe what is being shown in the current state of the world is what has so often been shown in the past, a dualism of thought and self-identity defined by the other; it is very simple to rebel against the obvious fallacies of capitalistic gains, and yet in so doing result in a fallacy equally as great; so what is demonstrated in the seeming clarity of a pro/anti American stance is only the deficiency of weak comprehension. Surely, America is finite, as are all political states, and yet the opposition of the American standard is just as finite. Perhaps a greater cultural dimension will grow from the current conflict, but to place a certain political figure as an ultimate solution to current American/world dualism is grievously finite, and such jealous reactionism would arise given the subject's need to identify itself through opposition to the perceived object. I am rather apathetic to politics in general, and consider politicians and lawyers at sub par at best, while even amateur poets crack farts with the angels, but I am subjective enough to recognize the bias of reactionary hatred, because it suits us well so far. The countries mentioned are as finite and fallible as USA, the difference being that in large part they owe their current consciousness as a free people to the efforts and charities of America, and yet America, in return, as with any people, can stand to learn much through empathy. All that is demonstrated by these posts, however, is the Ego’s need for some sort of recognition, and by decrying a foreign ideology, which has strangely in large part shaped your own construct of self. America is great, because I say its so, and that also makes me great; but what would really be super is a supreme isolation of the individual both artistically and spiritually for only through this form and realization can a person come to understand the himself ultimately.... Now I should go say hello to Susan, because the song is singing about her
 
Robert Rorabeck

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The World Reminds

For children, the world and everything in it was new; something that arouses their astonishment.

For adolescents, the world and the contents therein is an adventure; 'Trial-error', to get a recognition of their identity.

For adults, is not the case, they accept the world as something that is appropriate so.
 
Sari Mavi

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  172.     

Marooned Poets

We are but 'Poets'
Toiling hard on oceans of words
So difficult to identity ourselves
Exaltation and Honor seem far away
 
Mr. M Jamal

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