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Them: an ode to Haiti

Life-less floating bobbing up and drowning lost and can’t seem to find reason or rhyme about to die why are they here one two three cheers for progress progressive politicians leave them wishing on stars leading north underground railroad derailed … Continue reading

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This World

December 2007 This world is a broken place I’m sure of it  but the rest of my life I shall spend on the mending path                                                                      a lost soul soldier of this human race                                                                                      keeping pace with the … Continue reading

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