Tag Archives: paradigm

In the Wake of the Storm

  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ “War is Peace; Freedom is Slavery; Ignorance is Strength; Trumpery is Reality” ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Now, we’re told this contretemps is done Some are really happy, some have no fun I counsel, this is a time we must be kind Your point was proved or lost your mind In the winner’s circle, on the pile, […]

What’s All the Fuss?

“War is Peace; Freedom is Slavery; Ignorance is Strength; Trumpery is Reality” ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Every day you do something that is old Which is new, while you’ve done before It feels like doing what you’ve been told Makes you want to ask what all this is for Get your daily coffee, buy your groceries Do the […]

All Goes On

“War is Peace; Freedom is Slavery; Ignorance is Strength; Trumpery is Reality” ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ We always fail at peace, fighting war to reach it Same with poverty, drugs, countries and people It is like battling the ocean to staunch the storm Think firing bullets at the sea, dumb as it sounds While all we do makes […]

Keeping a Whether I

“War is Peace; Freedom is Slavery; Ignorance is Strength; Trumpery is Reality” ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ He told me he owned many great books And wondered if that would be counted Certainly, it would total up to something Proving only conspicuous consumption Yet, our cosmos does not rely on proofs The meager, meaningless games we play Pretending that […]

Subject Block

“War is Peace; Freedom is Slavery; Ignorance is Strength; Trumpery is Reality”–   I’ve been posting recently with material I already created. I have other pieces I could type up and post, but I’m feeling stuck. I don’t have writer’s block; I think I have subject block. Politics is the subject that is making problems […]

Unless

“War is Peace; Freedom is Slavery; Ignorance is Strength; Trumpery is Reality” A conference room Friday, don’t ask Dealing with a financial and legal task Sums that large bring tears to my eyes Life ruled by crossed t’s and dotted i’s A future set by professional strangers We hope we spot any hidden dangers Whether […]

Then or Now

“War is Peace; Freedom is Slavery; Ignorance is Strength; Trumpery is Reality” When did the presage of prophets and sages Then bid the message of profits not wages No longer the days the world driven by we So long; now days the world driven by me Is it still possible to change our world now […]