‘Nation Under Siege’

He’s telling you. You are not listening. I can’t even pray for you. It’s up to you to choose!

 Nation Under Siege
 
God's† hand will come first
bringing in
a mourner's thirst
it'll seem like a curse
but what could be worse
 
when thinking
the heart'll burst
watching
hearse after hearse
an incoming wedge
will
come to flirt
kicking everything over–
turning beauty to dirt
they've done it
in their own land–
for what they desire
–kill instead of work
 
a...in the land
peddling like jerks
under-valuing people's worth
stealing anyone's purse
in the dark
waiting
in a greed's hungry lurk
 
will they see
in this enemy
its deceiving perk
wear its mark–
without
a judgmental burp?
 
they will convert
against God's† people–
become the pervert
in loyalty...serve
 
God† knows
this coming stir
go ahead
endow yourselves in myrrh
it will not swerve
the coming curve
 
so, go on...gather together
converse
before the coming
He† who comes first
shows you
what could be worse
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‘Hands to Hold’

Is race going to continue to rule your life?

A sample from Book 10

 Hands to Hold
 
you come at me
you're not discrete
bold...unsure
 
maybe there's a gun in my hand
maybe I've some contraband
 
or maybe I just like hands in pocket
or wearing my earphones in my car
so I can answer this here phone
for this car absent of bluetooth–
protecting me and you
 
or maybe you're angry–
having a bad day
I pass your way
through your veins runs hate
so I become your play
 
I'm just like you‒
generation after generation
passed through
without obligations
to changing the view
 
–it all seems like voodoo
we both–
not really having a clue
‒taking it upon ourselves
get off that dusty shelf
change the view
so our kids
won't suffer too
 
maybe I do have a gun
–anger raging in stun
do you see inside of me
my hard history
maybe my hand shakes
though you can't see
–you're so angry
not seeing what's at stake
 
maybe I did some drugs–
stopping the pain
keeping from going insane
but soothing I didn't gain
all looks like a game
emotions adding to more pain
 
then you come along
thinking I'm a thug
you want to cut me down‒
stump me like a bug
without knowing the deal at home
why I'm here–
a gun...all alone
 
maybe don't yell
talk...love–
let it swell
 
instead of jail–
lead my soul to help
without making me
hate myself
 
I, too, want peace
between you and me
 
maybe instead of arrogance‒
show understanding
compassion
 
I don't want a free ride
just a reason...inside
not to cry
 
I am tough
I've got muscles, tats
my life has been rough
–crazy and all that
it doesn't mean
I'm just stuff
to pluck
 
a handshake
a hug
 
–that just might be
enough
 
I'm a human being
I don't mean to sting
 
just a little bitter
please, your anger–
could you reconsider
 
look at me for me
God's† child
making my way...like you
through the miles
 
–the past is gone
this is now
together–
we can make it all
worth while
if we just remain calm–
approach each other
in mild
without death coming in fowl
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‘Yclad’

Cloth yourself in God’s Word!

A sample from Book 10

 Yclad

in faith
stay
vulgar, ignorance
cast away
 
live in light’s way
voices come
protect your way
 
hear, hear
today
hypocrisy is hypocrisy
it’s not your matinée
to sway
 
only you‒
your individual attaché
you need to obey
 
in faith
bathe
no one can penetrate
when God’s† your main deejay
 
your test
may cause some weight
‒keep the faith
you’re a work of clay
‒a simple, little pâté
a life
building résumé
 
it’s okay
‒be a little risqué
your faith
paves
your way
 
don’t adhere
to man’s way
‒that’ll only bring
a bit of pompeii
delay‒
your thanksgiving day
 
the only entrée
‒your only needed sway
being the protégé
of words Jesus†
 
had to say
faith
can never be passé
when you’re open‒
faith
your main forté
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‘Colorless Birds’

We’re all various shades of brown!

A sample from Book 10

 Colorless Birds
 
a failed adhesion
‒mixed hypercritical damnation
of all the hysteria‒
the misunderstood mystery
hundreds of years
still shed tears
still darkened fears
 
what was fought
so hard for
it doesn't seem
we came too far
even living
under the same stars
color‒
keeps bringing us back
‒justice lacked
white...black
heresy in a broken-down shack
 
tackle the government
‒greed's endowment
keeping
that stupid war's enlightenment
taking it's very commitment
back to days of judgment
 
where are the colorless birds
‒haven't you heard
that war ended
in a blood-soaked swirl
leaving this mixed-race girl
in a confused swirl
 
‒still an uneven world
lost in racial twirls
 
we're still paying tokens
‒what was broken
thought to be fixed
‒all should be mixed
still backwards
the clock tics
 
years and years
suffered pain
what did we gain
‒it's just insane
still playing
this black-white game
 
didn't king die
for a simple dream
 
to live in a time
where there is no color
 
just people
where each other
given no time to smother
no matter skin color
you're still my sister, my brother
 
honoring a man's life
doesn't give war the right
to bury the dream
‒words he openly screamed
leave hatred...difference behind
to each other
be kind
 
it's just time
stop banking on race
look into each other's face
see beauty's lace
of God's† amazing grace
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‘Theory’

Are you willing to ignore?

A sample from Book 10

  Theory
 
watch, watch
in the tv
read, read
on the net
listen, listen
through the radio
 
what's for real
what's to forgo
 
developed homeland security
believe, believe
fema helping me‒
I see a dirty deed
 
lessons of barnum baily
mock, mock
‒jokes on me
 
newly built facilities
doubled barbed wires facing in‒
secured quite heavily
 
scary, scary
what's so deadly
we'd cage for free
 
maybe zombies‒
viruses to the contrary
flue vaccines‒
no chance of escaping
 
just experimenting
words keep saying
 
ants from forestry‒
bodies empty
nerves projecting
continuously moving
‒spices added to injury
a little rabies
making what's empty
pretty damn angry
covered in sores‒
completing the ugly
 
total brilliancy‒
adhering to constitutionality
attacking
a domestic enemy
white lab coats‒
in the making
 
‒no using military
on lands of this country
take their money
reroute‒
build a new security
‒heavy artillery
 
a country's tactical facility
under noses
a people so trusting
 
no real need
‒taking guns owned privately
the enemy
preparing
it's win biologically
 
science fiction reality
is it just theory‒
 
executive order's bravery
‒the gracious heart
of tom clancy
 
creative thinking
‒even in the movies
always predicting
an undercover warning
without actually saying
what's really coming
 
watch, watch
in the tv
read, read
on the net
listen, listen
through the radio
 
what's for real
what's to forgo
 
history repeats history
different means of delivery
woolen eyes
sunken deep
‒in all entertaining
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‘A Beacon’

You MUST take action instead of trolling!

A sample from Book 10

  A Beacon
 
do you hear it–
ring, ring, ring
liberty does sing
 
through the tiniest notion
–every vocation
each unique imagination
 
one nation
stands for liberation
she's not a simulation
she's reality's verification–
there's ramifications
if tied by dictation
 
do you hear it–
ring, ring, ring
liberty does sing
 
no unification of nations
can match her situation
no militant formulation
can undermined her creation
 
she has limitations
push her motivation–
her wrath's determination
unveils against aggression
 
do you hear it–
ring, ring, ring
liberty does sing
 
all look upon her manifestation
for freedom's not suppression
it's an awakening sensation
unmatched by any's validation
 
she is liberation
the beacon of hope rendition
to all oppression
she is the united states of america–
under God†
she is one nation
to the world's population
she is their mandation–
 
being free is
God's† given human condition
not under bureaucracy regulation
not under controlled restriction
but through
the self's desire for liberation
 
do you hear it–
ring, ring, ring
liberty does sing
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‘Brilliant Idea’

If Only We Carried the Same Values as Our Founding Fathers!

A sample from Book 3

 Brilliant Idea
 
buchanan—
a startling convection
the democratic party
split opposition
halt this spreading conflagration
with poor decision
in the kansas situation
guaranteeing a lincoln election
a black republican
—southern tension
 
the north
a firm war promotion
for slavery abolition
a cause sensation
 
buchanan asked for legislation
amendments to our constitution
his only mission
postpone a war admission
for the republican administration
 
december 20, 1860
south carolina—
the first division
 
january 8, 1861
buchanan pleaded his position
 
...a common ground on which conciliation and harmony
can be produced is surely not attainable...
 
not with a one-sided dictation
 
...the proposition to compromise by letting the north
have exclusive control of the territory above a certain line
and give southern institutions protection below the line
ought to receive universal approbations....
 
a splendid nomination
the south not having
to commission
to northern reformation
 
...in itself, indeed, it may not be entirely satisfactory,
but when the alternative is between a reasonable concession
on both sides and a destruction of the union it is
an imputation upon the patriotism of congress to assert
that its members will hesitate for a moment....
 
on history's reflection
greed's illustration
wanting commotion
instead of retrospection
 
...at the beginning of these unhappy troubles I determined
that no act of mine should increase the excitement
of the country....
 
not looking for validation
or a celebration
 
...if the political conflict were to end in a civil war,
it was my determined purpose not to commence it nor even
to furnish an excuse for it by any act of this government....
 
not sounding like a politician
but a true american citizen
 
...my opinion remains unchanged that justice as well as
sound policy requires us still to seek a peaceful solution
of the questions at issue between the north and the south....
 
what stronger contribution
to a presidential administration
 
...in conclusion it may be permitted to me to remark that
I have often warned my countrymen of the dangers which
now surround us. this may be the last time I shall refer
to the subject officially…I feel that my duty has been
faithfully, though it may be imperfectly, performed and
whatever the result maybe, I shall carry to my grave the
consciousness that I at least meant well for my country....
 
a true constitutional inclination
 
january 9, 1861
mississippi joined the separation
january 10,1861
florida followed the fashion
january 11, 1861
alabama part of the collection
january 19, 1861
georgia made their decision
january 26, 1861
louisiana without hesitation
february 23, 1861
texas joined the southern nation
 
the line idea invitation
a peaceful resolution
a different cultivation
a saving salvation
—no lost family antebellum plantations
—a slower mixed population
—no racial manifestation
—no lives damnation
 
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‘An American Cosmo’

Strange Things Do Happen In This Big Ole Country Called U.S.A.!

A sample from Book 3

 An American Cosmo
 
once slavery was in the hands
of james monroe
in 1886
a colony built
for their tomorrow
where they'd be no more hoe
in libera
they'd be no more sorrow
 
an idealist's imagined rainbow
some thought their welcoming lido
others thought the freed
were a black hallow
 
still, 13,000 took on
this new american condo
in 1822 one hundred thou
was given by president monroe
 
monrovia was named
after this generous fellow
but protestors began to bellow
in the 1830s
abolitionists rather pick the tomato
and shoo away the cow
then steep
to this governmental low
 
others thought
it a good idea to behold
even lincoln said bravo
 
since, three virginians
had led this colonized row
joseph jenkins roberts
was someone to know
to colonization
he didn't say no
in 1828
immigrated his family
to this new americas cosmo
in 1814
becoming governor
without wearing cammo
in 1847
became president
without the help of rambo
 
colonization
was on the straight and narrow
many blaming america's
false innuendo
whatever, the historical say so
three americans were presidents
without a press to barrow
 
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‘Madison’s Introduction’

Do You Know What Went Down During the Ratification Process?

A sample from Book 3

 Madison's Introduction
 
distinguishing himself
from the boys
preparing the bill of rights
developing legislative departments
strengthen his voice
 
in 1794
a pretty widow with
much charm
dolly payne todd did take his arm
 
as secretary of state-
nothing to carve
a federalist as president
he left in a horse driven car
 
retiring to montpelier to farm
it wouldn't be long
federalists' threat on freedom
brought alarm
the virginia resolutions-
denouncing the alien and sedition acts
was strong
 
returning to state legislature
out of the barn
the light for civil liberties
was his storm
 
campaigning for jefferson
was his choice
secretary of state once again
he did hoist
inseparable for eight years
making their own noise
 
foreign policy was their norm
keeping america neutral in
europe's selfish war
 
the louisiana purchase was truly
an american form
 
madison was jefferson's star
succeed his presidency
wouldn't be hard
in 1808...an 122-47 vote
madison won by far
 
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‘Land’s Law’

Setting It Straight By Laying Out the Law of the Land!

A sample from Book 3

 Land's Law
 
a people's misconception
a lie
passed legislation
bearing lawful regulation
 
only carries validation
with the u.s. constitution
agreement by the american population
 
no people consideration
a lawful violation
 
in 1803

...all laws which are repugnant to the constitution
are null and void....

marbury verses madison (sus 137, 174, 176)
for the people
to commission

...where rights secured by the constitution are involved,
there can be no rule making or legislation
which would abrogate them....

miranda verses arizona (384 us436)
a jury's decision
 
...an unconstitutional act is not law;
it confers no rights; it imposes no duties;
affords no protection; it creates no office;
it is in legal contemplation,
as inoperative as though it had never been passed....
 
norton verses shelby country (118 us425)
all a people's contribution
 
a statue unconstitutional
a liking fashion
form...law manifestation
is in realization
 
unsanctioned
a equivocation
from its very conception
 
...no one is bound to obey an unconstitutional law...
no courts are bound to enforce it....

(16 am jur 2d, sec 177 late 2d, sec 256)
 
all written composition
a people's ammunition
against governmental deception
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