Asemic Travel Guide – a glass zburg

Asemic Travel,

Guide to a glass zburg – baroque,

complex fortress whines.

 

Sip sweet glass spirit,

formidable burgundy –

tearful tongue haunts lips.

 

 

Lined slips of paper ,

drawn to memory, hanging –

a formal curtain.

 

 

Translations travel –

Asemic Artifacts shift,

meaning lags, ferments.

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Asemic Drive-by

This beautiful village is not the shadow of a person’s portion, but the Owner’s Voice.

 


Nightmare Master,

Can you do garbage?

As the helicopter comes,

You ring the Rose Bell when something sings.

There is nothing to this rest –

Just Dark Peanuts.

People of time, were they beneficial?


The era of fact is preserved in the farmer.

Is there an air prayer? Are you praying?

 

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Questions Rising


We are our jungle – I am your water,

of You,

Branches whisper.

The main cat inside you dies, that holiday recedes.

I am remodelling before Nightfall.

 

 

HISS SIDE UP

The Surrey with the Flange on top – admit ONE.

 

Under the tool mixer,

You are under the helicopter,

A man dies, a woman lives –

The scarecrow in the field

Weeps children’s laughter.

 

 

 

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assume stanza

 

 

 

Birds Give

Thanks –

Grateful clouds cling to the wash-line,

Gears turn to face The Moon,

I respect the Goddess of a Dream Sleeping.

 

 

Read with care

Read with care these words written on the memories of trees. Get to the root of meaning as you leaf through thoughts obscure, spoken in the tongue of dreams.

 

How like a feather –

thoughts unfurl over night sky,

can you hear them now ?

It is not an example of a tree.

What can i do;
They like it.

Our stalks do not overwhelm the essential needs of forest breezes.

Bothering to give up deforestation, learning what is really attractive –
however, in the end, some governments now have “it” as a major part of the grid.

 

We offer the opportunity to share problems.

To find out,
Go to the other side of your bark.

 

Some of the land stirs –

lifting up its green fingers,

writes down year’s circle.

 

Clouds wash away cares –

now dry broken promises,

moist with sad regrets.

 

Born nearby, she takes water off for a part of surrender.

 

Tomorrows branch out –

lines twist , soft words drip down,

thirsty roots drink thoughts.

 

Confirmation of Beliefs

Former US leader, Barack Obama, quotes nelson Mandela  in a series of tweets as a response to the Saturday attacks in Charlottesville,…… “No one is born hating another person because of the colour of his skin, they can be taught to love. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love. For love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.” – Nelson Mandela.

President Trump’s first comments came Saturday from his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, – “this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides.”

 

Kant believed that reason dictates a categorical imperative for moral action.

Act so that you treat humanity, whether in your own person or in that of another, always as an end and never as a means only.”

 

Socrates infuriates Polus with the argument that it is better to suffer an injustice than commit one (Gorgias 475a-d).  Polus agrees that it is more shameful to commit an injustice, but maintains it is not worse.  The worst thing, in his view, is to suffer injustice.  Socrates argues that, if something is more shameful, it surpasses in either badness or pain or both.  Since committing an injustice is not more painful than suffering one, committing an injustice cannot surpass in pain or both pain and badness.  Committing an injustice surpasses suffering an injustice in badness; differently stated, committing an injustice is worse than suffering one.  Therefore, given the choice between the two, we should choose to suffer rather than commit an injustice.

This argument must be understood in terms of the Socratic emphasis on the care of the soul.  Committing an injustice corrupts one’s soul, and therefore committing injustice is the worst thing a person can do to himself (cf. Crito 47d-48a, Republic I 353d-354a).

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