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  213.     

European Heritage Invasion Versus Pacific Peace Isolation

Your heritage childhood learning post communist Yugoslavia
splintered by bitter nationalism rural urban divisive civil war
I isolation the Buller West Coast South Island New Zealand
province values were old country colonial family status core

we embrace histories of diversity invasions splinter identities
religion belief nationality posed threats to communist policies
religious differences between Orthodox Serbs Catholic Croats
and Muslim Bosniaks mixes into volatile political aspirations

in contrast isolated colony New Zealand enters European wars
under the banner of British Empire assumes her own identities
heritage ancestry denomination Christian mixes with Polynesian
the government encourages Asian immigration multiculturalism

post Maori New Zealand Wars NZ embraced peace in isolation
post Yugoslavia accepts European power surge manipulation?
accept 'the situation in the terrain' common message it's a mess
up manipulation crime spiral from local to global level policies?


Copyright Terence George Craddock
 
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  214.     

Lovely life in a garden.

Man make the garden pretty,
mowing, weeding and pruning,
Weeds are unwanted plants,
in between the chosen ones.

Who are the chosen ones?
Who are the unwanted?
When Hitler killed the Jews,
Pakistan army killed the Bengali!

We have come a long way,
May be 100th or 200th generation,
Who are these people to say,
Whom to leave and whom to stay.

We have our Identity cards and passports,
Not only to identity our nationality,
but also to identify our characters and
orientations whether to let or weed us.

Continents demarcated us, Water does that.
Mountains demarcated us, the height does that.
Other than these, what factor can demarcate us,
other then our greed and selfishness.
 
veeraiyah subbulakshmi

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  215.     

Satisfied

There's other Gods out there
But only Jesus can satisfied
Many people seek for that fame and fortune
But fame and fortune won't give you that satisfaction
Buy this buy that wear this wear that
Seeking for that satisfaction
Seeking for purpose seeking for worth
Trying to find their identity
There's purpose for your being
Through Jesus Christ you can find that meaning
Jesus spoke you into existence
Through Jesus you find who you are
There's other Gods out but only Jesus can satisfy
That satisfaction that you're longing for only Jesus can satisfy
You have tried this
You have tried that
But you're not satisfy
O oh only Jesus can satisfy
Many people trying to be their own God
But being your own God won't give you that satisfaction
Do this do that say this say that
Trying to be their own God
Seeking for purpose seeking for worth
Trying to find their identity
There's purpose for your being
Through Jesus Christ you can find that meaning
Jesus spoke you into existence
Through Jesus you find who you are
There's other Gods out but only Jesus can satisfy
That satisfaction that you're longing for only Jesus can satisfy
You have tried this
You have tried that
But you're not satisfy
O oh only Jesus can satisfy
You are made in the imagine of the Lord
Through his you are made whole
 
Jerry Alexander

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  216.     

Gentleman, Who Are Peeping Through? Say You, Give Me Your Identity (A Frog Or A Lizard Or A Snake)

Gentleman, who are you,
Peeping through the cracks of my bathroom,
Made by the bad mason
Just to take money from hastily,
say, ay you,
Who you are, what your identity?

O, I see you ogling, gazing at,
Seeing from the cemented cracks of the wall!
Tell me, tell me your identity please,
Are you a froglet,
A lizard,
A scorpion
Or a viper?

If a lizard, its o.k,
But if a snake feckled and speckled,
Hairs stand on
And shall shake in fear
As many a time have I seen you
As a variety of vipers.
 
Bijay Kant Dubey

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