Dissent – a poem

"Dissent"a poem by Jeremy C Kester it feels surreallike in the moviespalpable tasteof panic withinbut society is sickready to consumeitself if it could& oh it will do soif an invader doesn’t firstthen againhad we not already?had we not already? For more poetry, consider purchasing a copy of Jeremy's collection: Change of Seasons: Selected Poems. Click … Continue reading Dissent – a poem

Of Guilt and Past

How far back are we willing to go before we dispense with the guilt? Among the many infographics, memes, and articles outlining the sins of America, a new one popped into my view that displayed for those willing to take part in the guilt as to which indigenous lands we live on. I did not … Continue reading Of Guilt and Past

Filtered Biases

What team do you belong? Democrat? Republican? Black; white? Are you a Phillies fan or a Yankees fan? Black Lives Matter? Proud Boys? Male? Female? All these and more we use to describe ourselves and others. We use it to identify and categorize each other, inferring traits and characteristics upon others or simply signaling our … Continue reading Filtered Biases