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Imperium

Born into Imperium in the age of perpetual war seventy years of life, no peace War is Peace said 1984 I missed the war to end all wars missed both volumes, one and two. How to wage a war for … Continue reading

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Aging Dove

Her call is growing weak and her wings are turning gray Where will she go the aging dove of peace? Young kites and crows laugh knowing that her time has passed while she sings in delusion that anyone is listening. … Continue reading

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I Heard Marlene Dietrich Sing

Saw some 1920’s photos when we had ended all the wars thinking we would all be rich livin’ fat and driving fancy cars But it didn’t quite turn out that way as kids went over there again once more to … Continue reading

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“I am American”

I rode a train in Africa through lands where once the Fascists came and people frowned and turned away when ‘ere they learned my family name. “No, I am an American!” a smile , a laugh a warm embrace “I … Continue reading

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War and Conscription

“Few probably recall the name Dwight Elliott Stone. But even if his name has faded from the national memory, the man remains historically significant. That’s because on June 30, 1973, the 24-year-old plumber’s apprentice became the last American forced into … Continue reading

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