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Two Saviors In Two Weeks: First Obama, and Now Christ Returns – A Political Poem

Two Saviors In Two Weeks: First Obama, and Now Christ Returns – A Political Poem A contribution from Eugene Erigena, by whose shameless inelegance, I’m frankly appalled. So soon! The month of April has arrived;How swift the seasonal pace is contrivedTo pass—yielding cruel winter to soft spring,For whose balmy advent, the angels singAn ethereal song …

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Ketanji Brown-Jackson, Our New Justice Supreme

Ketanji Brown-Jackson, Our New Justice Supreme The tree of government is triply branched, In three portions split, in three segments tranched: Nearest the root is where Congress is housed(Of whose brainless bugs, it should be deloused!) The branch Executive, next in esteemIs led by a dotard whom we must deemDiminished—If the case be made quite …

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Twitter has tweeted, whose board has now spoken: Musk owns the site, and all the world’s broken.

Twitter has tweeted, whose board has now spoken: Musk owns the site, and all the world’s broken. In the halcyon days of 2006(When, as I recall, fewer hereticsRoamed the earth), a bold company was conceived,In whose potential, everyone believed.It billed itself as the new public square,A place of untamed and unfettered air;A place, ‘round which, …

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Reflections on a 5-Day Water Fast (With Occasional Digressions Into Elizabethan Literature)

Reflections on a 5-Day Water Fast (With Occasional Digressions Into Elizabethan Literature) “You’re looking big!”, I was assured by a friendly young man with a nod of masculine approval, which, in the setting of an E-Sporta (née LA Fitness) gym, is to be received as a compliment than which none greater can be offered. I …

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