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Lies

Emperors and Kings Princes and Serenities Commissars and Presidents   Chairmen and Potentiaries all lie for it in their nature; Each year I celebrate Westie’s  great victory at Tet marvel that Iraq took only a few weeks ‘til mission was … Continue reading

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Luna

Tutmoses gazing ‘cross the Nile saw your image on the water Cleopatra held Antony’s hand and kissed it by your light Nero plucked his lyre while you shined on burning Rome Did Mehmet look upon your face atop the walls of Byzantium? … Continue reading

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Two Thousand Years Ago Tomorrow

August 19, 14 The death of Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus Augustus, first Emperor of Rome. He was born in the city of Rome on the Palatine Hill on September 23, 63 B.C.E. and named Gaius Octavian Thurinus, bearing his fathers … Continue reading

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