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Poem for Free Mind Introvert Survival

The Dead Poet’s Society seems to have been reawakened by Werewolf of Oz and 242 Mirror Poems and Reflections being available for a free download on Smashwords in July; last day today!

However, more precisely, it was a comment by last week’s host of my eco interview, about poetry stopping her feeling lost and alone (reminding me of Janis Joplin singing about ‘freedom’s just another word for nothing left to lose’ on Me and Bobby McGee; written by Foster and Kristofferson) that inspired the above snippet poem with word limit within the maximum allowed for a colourful background on Facebook.

I may have added society after humanity if I had room; or humasociety compounding them; although that may be considered overdoing it and unnecessary by an expert editor?

It doesn’t have the detail and depth of many poems on 242 Mirror Poems, such as the first one, SAGAS: Solipsistic Astronaut Gravitates Agnostic Space but it’s where my mind’s at now… occasionally rising from the dead!

The start reminded me of Jefferson Airplane’s White Rabbit; and my mind may have been playing it in my head; cos it’s one of my favourite songs!

Fungi free poetry

I am not a mushroom (number),
I am a fungi (free) man!
(paraphrasing The Prisoner quote)

There’s a time for work, and a time for play. When combined simply: can be wo-ay for a day, but a 1-7-3-8 arrangement spells wary!

Too late for dreamare portmanteau/blend first! Recent posts about greenYgrey world made me think it was between a dream and nightmare, neither here nor there, but dreamare already been used by others!


European countries dominate the world press freedom league table statistics, taking the top 5 (top 4 Scandinavian) places, and 12 of the top 15.

I’m surprised to see Jamaica in sixth, so well done to them.

Unfortunately, media freedom opens them up to abuse by outside forces, but that’s the price we have to pay for quite a free society.

I’m not surprised to see the UK down in 35th after criticising Multicultural Fascism – for covering up the grooming, rape and prostitution of mostly white British children for more than a decade – for the last 20 years!

A screenshot of the top 10:

Freedom of Speech Books

My books were inspired by the poets, writers and scientists who lived and created on and over the edge of media norms; particularly in the 1950s and 1960s. 

A Channel 4 documentary partly presented by, and featuring mostly, black people recently criticised Amazon for the books it sells; as well as giving advice on better buying; which I thought was another attack on media freedom; and especially white British (before the blanket coverage of the last fortnight); disguised as a public interest issue.

Mine weren’t included; but there again, they were quite balanced, greenYgrey style!


How to argue with anti-white racists

This is comedy mixed with information, a British custom that’s been under attack by Multicultural Fascism for over two decades (parodying an article I saw on the BBC a while ago about how to argue with racists!):

European Colonialism – while I don’t like the bad stuff that happened, especially as a sun-worshipping ‘pagan’ myself – Europe had been attacked before the ‘great voyages of discovery’ 500 years ago:

by Mongols from the east 800 years ago
by Arabs after Koran written 1300 years ago

So Europe was just doing what the rest of humanity has always done: travelled and warred.

Free Poetry Book Download July 2016

I’ve made my latest poetry collection 242 Mirror Poems and Reflections, which includes 121 Folding Mirror poems from this site, along with 121 other poems or pieces of personal philosophy, and the second of the greenYgrey fantasy rambles by www maps and info trilogy, Werewolf of Oz, which includes a lot of freeform poetry, and is a new concept for the modern digital age by a graduated Doctor of Philosophy (Britain’s best value, if not best overall), free to download in July 2016 on Smashwords, which provides a service for many e-readers, such as those provided by Barnes and Noble, Amazon and Apple.