Archive for Xenophobia

Broken Prose Fragments

Posted in Broken Prose Fragments with tags , on December 16, 2014 by lengesinski

Broken Prose Fragments

 

While we sleep

continuing to unravel

this nebulous state

disbelief

convenience in what we choose to see

these

multi-colored

multi-layered

yarns and strands

pulling apart—–from the seams

our differences

colour, politics, race, creed

blues, reds, greens, purples, and yellows

our eyes wide open

yet,

we choose to not see

we hear

but we do not listen

minds

long slammed shut

 

Broken Prose Fragments12/07/2014©Leonard C. Gesinski All Rights Reserved

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Poetic Fragments

Posted in Poetic Fragments with tags , , , on March 18, 2014 by lengesinski

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Poetic Fragments

 

come down from your mountains..

come down from your towers

off of your islands..

self…delusion

fables…foibles

what was truly learned?

can experiences truly reshape-reform old clay?

how far have you truly come in this journey?

how can your old ways not have been changed?

how can you not see with different eyes?

is there now…room in your heart?

how..can you not hear?

…other voices

fear

…see the tears

hurt

…feel the pain

of others?

 

sympathique

pathos

empathy

 

PoeticFragments01272014©Leonard.C. Gesinski All Rights Reserved

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a note to fear and hate(Double Nonet)

Posted in NONET with tags , , , , , on March 17, 2014 by lengesinski

a note to fear and hate(Double Nonet)

 

sowing the seeds, your disharmony

hate consumes, how dark is your heart?

may silence mark your passing

but, I’ll cheer not your death

just fade to silence

reverse the waves

positive

healing

starts

dawn

advent

dreams, visions

utopian

choices, truly ours

to not see difference

selflessness over greedy

forgive, hold not old grievances

empathy, compassion be the norm

 

a note to fear and hate©Leonard.C. Gesinski All Rights Reserved(03/16/2014)

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