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study_war_no_more Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jul-22-03 02:50 PM
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80. Man was never horned until he fought with God- Danial Berrigan
And here we are in post revolution america knowing what Gil Scott heron said was true the revolution was not televised. I know this is true cause I was watching the stream of images like Dorthy watched Kansas when the tornadoe picked up the world and spun it hard- hard enough to make up look down. And now we are here in the plan for the new American Century although it doesn't look new but suspiciously Orwellian and it reminds me of another time I tried to stop iron bombs from a falling sky much bluer than this one so grey it seems four horsemen might burst galloping in apocalyptic condemnation of my lack of biblic fear of the demons of auto-geddon. Did I say autogeddon instead of armageddon- a slip of the freudian appendage to be sure but just maybe this is about the oil. Still i carry each murdered soul in iraq as I once did with the Vietmanese people. And the Mary kay cosmetic girls oooh and aaaah about how handsome the secret service men are and pay tribute to the King with pink hankie not as in code pink but a pulsating pastle fictionous pink which consumes other colors other races and other ways of life and things are spinning so fast that it is hard to know who is speaking from behind the curtain cause they know about that too and are way ahead of the minds ability to absorb leaving me only with my heart- to stand on- to offer in this darkness- the will to be ordinary in this mockery of life I hold up my hands not in surrender but to show they are free of blood.
Mitakuye oyasin
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