Poem of the Week – Rise to the Occasion

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Rise to the occasion look at yourself then say your strong, no one can stop u (oh Yea)
Rise to the occasion go ahead u know your strong, no one can stop u
Its for you to make the best in life now that you got the chance
Get up and step to towards your goal, its alright
Fulfill your needs and wants
You to make the best in life now that you got the chance
Get up and step to towards your goal, its alright

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Poem of the Week – Ten Crack Commandments

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I been in this game for years, it made me a animal
It’s rules to this shit, I wrote me a manual
A step by step booklet for you to get
your game on track, not your wig pushed back
Rule nombre uno: never let no one know
how much, dough you hold, cause you know
The cheddar breed jealousy ‘specially
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Get Out: The Duplicity of Modern Liberalism

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So I recently went with my fiancée on a movie date to see Get Out, Jordan Peele’s first major cinematic offering to the world of horror and suspense. While it was billed as a film that takes a somewhat tongue and cheek approach to the state of race relations in contemporary North America, actually watching the film left me with a far different impression. To me, the film was more an allegory for the duplicitous nature of modern liberalism and its hidden dangers. While I will not deny that it managed to simultaneously ruin suburban living, orange pekoe tea, spoons, bingo, and Victorian china cups for me, I am going to say that I really loved this film. Continue reading

Hymn to Ishtar

 

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1 Sing ye of the goddess, the most fearsome of the gods,

2 Praise be upon the lady ruler of men, the greatest of the Igigi!

3 Sing ye of Ishtar, the most fearsome of the gods,

4 Praise be upon the lady ruler of the people, the greatest of the Igigi!

5 She who gets excited, clothed in sex appeal,

6 adorned with fruits, charm and allure.

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