Claim – a poem
“Claim”a poem by Jeremy C Kester We speak words without meaningHiding our thoughts in fogWhere those who we talk know notWhat we intend and wishAll so we can pretendWords fail to hold onto definitionWith detail blurredYet we speak them and claim otherwise For more poetry, consider purchasing a copy of Jeremy’s collection: Change of Seasons:…
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…
Are We Trying?
I’ve been wearing thin on the news, as I am sure many have. There are simply too many wonderfully terrible examples available to us allowing us each the opportunity to condemn humanity. There are also plenty of reasons to be angry. There are those who abuse their power, taking either resources or lives away from…