Author Archives: Paul L.

The Fatigue of a Nation

The Fatigue of a Nation Headlines take a stroll across tablets and windows Reflections of wealthy white men, give them control Every headline induces media fatigue A populist us versus them, mentality. Attention seeking, ratings driven, long lasting Remembrance of … Continue reading

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Novel Flu

Novel Flu H5N9, are we going to die? Bodies piled up high. Death stalks the streets, Illness strikes over lands and seas, People fall to Earth like carrion meat. Give me a shot, eh Doc? Avian strains undergo genomic mutations. … Continue reading

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Peace

Hostility blinds, bright as a star, Nations carry historic scars, Give it a chance; pleas unheard, A treaty, saving face; diplomacy. By: Paul

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Public Discord and Dismay

A rose reigned on high, Fired! Like cannon shot. Suddenly, so much insanity, Brought down by shifting storms of public discourse. A true tidal wave of animosity. Dawn finds Rose is plucked. Lost integrity; a legacy swept away, Derision cast … Continue reading

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CBS This Morning/News

CBS News promises more news. What it gives you is commercials. A lot of commercials. It’s a two hour block of commercials with news crammed in like updates. Once streaming services like Netflix includes news, forget about it. Who wants … Continue reading

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America: Year 242

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Ellen Degeneres (Racism)

I saw a picture of an incredibly talented black actor with his shirt off riding a children’s tractor on Ellen. Ellen claims she didn’t have time to talk to the Emmy award winner Sterling Brown. Instead, she had him pose … Continue reading

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