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YOU WILL REMEMBER

YOU WILL REMEMBER WHAT WE TELL YOU TO REMEMBER YOU WILL QUESTION NOTHING YOU WILL JOIN IN THE POMP AND CIRCUMSTANCE YOU WILL MARCH IN THE PARADE YOU WILL STAND AND SALUTE   YOU WILL DRINK A BEER YOU WILL … Continue reading

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Soul

Written May 2017 It’s the soul of America its the sold to America it’s fools gold in America glittering soldiers sold stories red, white, and blue broken glory same old story sell your soul for American dreams chase Dragons and … Continue reading

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Hero

Written Memorial Day Weekend, 2009   He was broken from his glory days; the whiskey wasn’t working anymore. There was no way he’d ever change his ways; he drove back over to the liquor store. The devil had been on … Continue reading

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Johnny’s All Done Marching

Written Memorial Day Weekend 2014   (With a few lines from the patriotic WW1 song “Over There” written by George M. Cohan in April 1917. Americans believed at that time that the war would be short and the song reflected … Continue reading

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Walk Away From The Table

The dictionary definition of Cannibalism is: n. 1. The act of eating human flesh or the flesh of one’s own kind. 2. Savage and inhuman cruelty.   We are cannibals. Our pastime is cannibalism. We feed on the flesh of … Continue reading

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It’s Mother’s Day in America

Weep not for the mothers laying dead in bombed out villages or their sisters and brothers shot in the back as they waved their flags of black, red, green & white weep instead for the children they leave behind, far … Continue reading

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Barbara Bush

“Why should we hear about body bags and deaths, and how many, what day it’s gonna happen, and how many this or that or what do you suppose? Or, I mean, it’s not relevant. So, why should I waste my … Continue reading

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