an editorial: To exhausted to open the refrigerator door this morning,

22 Aug

To exhausted to open

 the refrigerator

 door this morning,

I found this note

 getting swept up

 from the kitchen floor:

Aug. 10th 2020: Quar

       Politics has grounded up the idea that the ignorant  can become morons without learning un-biased information, even when their lives are in chaos, it comes to them through  a Piper’s flute, jumping off the cliff of the true principles they all  believe in… whether PhD., GED, home school, or on the job, life and work experience. They have nested termites under the floor of our Great Experiment. Good grief!

       Then, there are the American Patriots, rarely ever accepting a label other than they are Americans and believe in the same things all Americans agree on, and pledge Allegiance to our Constitution; without embellishment. They believe in the equality of our neighbor that makes a hood a home-town community; that excels in growth, in principle, that becomes a State with a balanced opinion by democracy and Justice. It has prospered, as a United States, the successful American Experiment that other’s said would fail. (They ask to silence the anger, demeaning slurs to our neighbor and live the American Dream, with logical dialogue. “…to the Republic for which it stands: one Nation indivisible, with Liberty and Justice for all…”

       Only an enemy of these principles, of this Awesome Country, can divide us into strife; systematically, until it implodes. Leaving the spoils for them and to enslave the people, for basic necessities. There will be no time to mourn luxury.

        The time needs to be reminded that “the times (as usual) are a changin’ …”; to correct our mis-steps going forward into the American Dream.

fog lifting the field

revealing dandelion

in execution


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4 responses to “an editorial: To exhausted to open the refrigerator door this morning,

  1. gillena cox

    August 24, 2020 at 1:14 am

    How we think of ur collective selves shapes our collective planet. The dandelion image in your haiku us surprising and both sad but intriguing. Who known where thus wind of change will take us

    Be safe



  2. Marja

    August 24, 2020 at 12:38 am

    Hope your election will make a difference Love your Haiku


  3. Rosemary Nissen-Wade

    August 23, 2020 at 6:18 pm

    Love the haiku. I find it hard to comment on the rest as I don’t live in America. Though we can see from over here something of what’s going on, we don’t have all the fine detail. I can only wish you very well for the immediate and ongoing future!


  4. Sherry Marr

    August 22, 2020 at 3:00 pm

    My hopes are that sanity and reason will be restored at the election, once the tyrant is dethroned (which wont be easy). My last hope is hanging on the election………..



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