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3 poems I made time to post to Facebook this morning; then one more, changing the title of this post to wordplay Poetry and Philosopher with numbers:

Silence is golden, subtle movement surreal
rising to the task: thought: tremendous
dividing again, creating new neural pathways…

12.02 running glue
drips from sticky sky
no more gravity defiance
to trees, falling in lime compliance

it’s all in your mind:
your it’s all mind

Bonus poem thought of here, falling into Moby Memory Gospel state of mind. After seeing it take shape, I crafted it into a Folding Mirror poem.

Thinking of Dogs: Wolves and Walks

do dogs dream of when they were wolves
I probably know what you’re thinking
if you’re younger than me
because I passed through
that age
while I was sinking
deeper into my life experience
the variables anyway but maybe not
if dogs dream of their today and tomorrow

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Why no Home Children day UK?

In the UK we had Windrush Day this week, commemorating the day in 1948 when 492 West Indian immigrants arrived. UK claims it was to help rebuild Britain!
If we hadn’t been sending Home Children (100,000) around the world, often suffering abuse and child slavery, usually in religious institutions, then there’d have been no need.
So was it to rebuild Britain, or part of a mixed-race eugenics policy still ongoing today?
And I think we should have a Home Children Day to remember them!!

Canada already has a Home Child Day, Wikipedia: ‘The federal government proclaimed 2010 the “Year of the British Home Child” and … makes 28 September each year ‘British Home Child Day’ to “…recognize and honour the contributions of the British home children who established roots in Ontario”.

My Werewolf of Oz book’s theme of deportation to Australia was inspired by hearing about the Home Children case in 2010; due to social worker Margaret Humphreys uncovering it, told in the Oranges and Sunshine book and movie; when I was also hearing about modern homes children being targeted by mostly Muslim grooming gangs, as they were the most vulnerable and needy!

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More philosophic poems by a middle-aged white Doctor of Philosophy who’s been blogging freely for twenty years, after being persecuted out of university for criticising Multicultural Fascism!:

In response to someone posting AC/DC’s Rock n’ Roll Singer lyrics on Facebook:
Led me astray … in nineteen eight-a
1987 on the road I went away
hitchin’ n’ hiking, rock n’ rolling
2020 I’ve eased the tolling
cos downpayment blues
I had to start to pay!

(downpayment blues is another AC/DC song).

I think the way I do because
I’m special to me,
but i believe I’m just one life
in a belief system
encompassing all humanity.

I can easily write more poetry,
but will it surpass that written previously,
and is a plateau or downhill
simply artistic heresy?

Not looking for utopia
amongst humans any more.
Place to be: content mediocre
just trying to avoid deep dystopia!

If you liked the above there’s loads more in my books, and many much more epic and detailed; if you like that kind of thing!

Summer solstice great greenygreying

It’s summer solstice, with our planet’s northern hemisphere getting its most sunlight because it’s axis tilt is tipping it more towards the sun than any other time on its orbit around our star, the sun.
My favourite orrery, the planets today, shows the sun at 6 o’ clock now, going anti-clockwise:
 

Summer Solstice Sunflowers Wordplay

Sunflowers know the sun provides them with life.

They seem to have had an educa-sun (education).

https://phys.org/news/2016-05-sunflowers-track-sun.html

Will you be rising early to see the summer solstice, and following it across the sky during the day, like a sunflower does before opening?

I won’t! Maybe it’s because I’ve flowered and so stopped, as sunflowers do?

Heliotropism on Wikipedia.

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