Cowardice and insidiousness

Didi's Art Design

To invade peaceful countries with superior force
Waging a brutal war based on lies
To turn weapons against children and women
To traumatise and kill children, women and ordinary people.
To make millions of people homeless
To insult innocent people as neo-Nazis
Only to disguise the lust for war, power and murder
To set in motion and maintain the war machinery
To incite and encourage one’s own people to war
To sow hatred, enmity and the will to kill
By calling the invaded country the aggressor
As so-called security measures for their own country
To justify reasons for their outrages
How many of their people fall victim to these lies?
They are victims of a large-scale fake propaganda
Without really knowing the truth
Ignorantly supporting this brutal government

The aggressor is not the invaded country
It is the warring country, its leadership
That is the aggressor itself

It is a…

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Glass woman, or: Provider

The Skeptic's Kaddish 🇮🇱

Poetry Partners #59

‘Glass Woman’, a poem by Bridget of ‘The Happy Quitter!’

Born fragile
Not able to walk
The head broke first
A small piece fell off
It didn’t matter
They glued it back on
a  chip on the shoulder
Came loose later
You can’t see it
It’s hidden underneath
A layer of clothes
The perfect disguise
More scratches
More scars and scrapes
Broken pieces
Missing parts
Fragile I am not
A symbol of strength I am
And Beautiful

A Luc Bat by ben Alexander of ‘The Skeptic’s Kaddish’

Born a male provider, my shoulders shaped wider than my cousin's, though we'd both cry like all boy and girl tykes always do in their childhood days, but 'twasn't just a phase for me - romantic comedies, movies 'bout loyalty and love... soul still flutters like doves' wings soaring high above soft morn; tears, no matter men's scorn…

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Whose Truth?

Source of Inspiration


Is there a hell
an afterlife of suffering
retribution to those
who fee on others?
Or perhaps there is
a system of karma
where one pays for
past sins in another life
or even in this one.

Life could be a crapshoot
what you see is what you get
then you are no more.

Somehow, not of the options
satisfy, yet what would
we prefer?

Do we make our own reality
built in layers of imagination
or does the seed sprout, grow
then is consumed
by life like an apple
from the tree?

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Quote of the Day

Words Flow

“Children have a natural antipathy to books–handicraft should be the basis of education. Boys and girls should be taught to use their hands to make something, and they would be less apt to destroy and be mischievous. “ – Oscar Wilde

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