How Can I Experience Joy? (Examples of Baal)

Wikipedia Poem, No. 850

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the dumps the bible gives examples of baal one king ran away into his life one king ran away into his life one king asked god to the desert and asked video to the desert and asked god to the dump the bible gives examples of baal one king ran away to the dump the bible gives examples of baal one king ran away take him somewhere else so he just sent down the desert and asked god to take his life one king ran away the desert asked god never been born

what comes then? even during hardship? even during the bible can bring the blues so how do we god in the bible hardship comes? even in the midst of despair he also learned that studying the bible can bring the mist of despair he also learned to pray and howl job is encouraged that hardship comes? even in those men overcome the bible can bring hardship comes? even during the bible the bible can bring us joy and righteousness our lives again david wrote that

he won’t change he won’t change he won’t change he won’t he will always be there for you are who you it’s like there for you it’s like there for you are in this storm mind where you keep what makes him an incredible song by casting crowns praise you by casting crowns praise you in this storm in times of encouragement in the storm in times of encouragement in times of you it’s like you are there

to help you have a friend that you have to be alone do you and that friend struggle king we are simply not meant to be alone do you have friends to rest and help you have friends to rest and help him to have friends to have friends to help you have friends to rest and help us rest and help us to rest and help you and help you and help you have friends that you have friends to be alone do you have a christian friends to be alone do you have a christian friend to help him to rest and that you have a christian friends rest

make us happy ask forgiveness then for god for gods for god forgiveness is the issue you might be temporarily happy from possessions the center of real joy god’s bouquet for god’s forgiveness things or people but only christ is the issue you might be temporarily happy from possessions for god for god’s for gods for god’s forgiveness of things or people but only christ is the center of real joy o not dwell—do not dwell on past experiences our hurts our hurts

if you love time read you joy like only god can knowing words pray and your joy will be full you love you love yourself and you joy like only god can knowing you love your joy will help your new cell phone i guarantee it will be full of you love your joy will never bring yourself and ultimately know you joy like only god can knowing your joy will never bring you love yourself and ultimately knowing words pray and you put time into reading his word pray and yourself and ultimately knowing words pray

Motorcycle Poem (Toward a Synthesis)

Wikipedia Poem, No. 845

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toward new 
language [breath]  
liberate power [breath]  in a language [breath]  liberate 
choice [breath]  in a language on two wheels [breath]  hurtling 
toward the language [breath]  language [breath]  language [breath]  
liberate power [breath]  
in a language [breath]  liberate choice [breath]  in a language [breath]  
language [breath]  liberate power [breath]  in 
a language [breath]  liberate choice [breath]  in a 
    language [breath]  liberate power [breath]  in a language [breath]  
liberate 
choice [breath]  in a language [breath]  
liberate power [breath]  in a language [breath]  language [breath]  
liberate choice [breath]  in a 
language [breath]  liberate power [breath]  in a language [breath]  
liberate choice [breath]  in a language [breath]  language [breath]  
liberate 
power [breath]  in a language [breath]  liberate choice 
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in a language [breath]  liberate choice [breath]  in a language 
[breath]  liberate 
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[breath]  in a language [breath]  
liberate power [breath]  in a language [breath]  language 
[breath]  liberate choice [breath]  in a language [breath]  
liberate power [breath]  in a language [breath]  liberate choice 
[breath]  
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[breath]  liberate choice [breath]  in a language [breath]  language
 
     on two wheels [breath]  hurdling over the shackles [breath]  suddenly
unlocks [breath]  dissolves 
or simply drop [breath]  dissolve or simply drop [breath]  dissolve or 
simply drop [breath]  dissolve or simply drop [breath]  
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or simply drop [breath]  
by a new aesthetic of the scrutiny of the language [breath]  liberate power 
[breath]  in a 
language [breath]  liberate power [breath]  in a language [breath]  liberate power 
[breath]  in a language [breath]  liberate power [breath]  in a language [breath]  
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language [breath]  liberate power [breath]  
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language [breath]  liberate power [breath]  in a language 
      on two wheels [breath]  hurtling flow of 
      language without fairings [breath]  uncompromising toward the language 
[breath]  language [breath]  liberate power [breath]  in a 
language [breath]  liberate 
     choice [breath]  
in 
a language [breath]  
power [breath]  in a language [breath]  choice [breath]  in a 
language [breath]  power [breath]  in a language [breath]  choice and power 
[breath]  in a language on 

two wheels [breath]  hurdling over the language [breath]  that language [breath]  
self-extols strength [breath]  in a language [breath]  extol strength [breath]  in a 
language on two wheels [breath]  hurtling toward the language [breath]  
extol strength [breath]  in a 

language [breath]  language [breath]  extol strength [breath]  in a language 
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Harris and Galtung Wheatpaste Hudson, New York

Wikipedia Poem, No. 843

An act of violence occurs when injury or suffering is inflicted upon a person or persons by an agent who knows (or ought reasonably to have known), that his actions would result in the harm in question. John Harris

Violence is present when human beings are being influenced so that their actual somatic and mental realisations are below their potential realisations. Johan Galtung

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let me put this
bluntly as possible

upon a person or suffering
inflicted present when injury or suffering

presents who knows (or ought
reasonably to have

know violence is present who knows
(or ought to have

known (realisations by an agent
when human beings are beings below

the harm in their actions
below their actions

result in harm some aught
realisations result in their actions

would result in their actions
beings are beings

below the harm of the harm
in their actions

by an agent who knows
(or ought reasonably to have known

that his actions violence is present
when injury or suffering

inflicted upon a person
or suffering influenced

so that his act violenced upon
so that his actual somatic

and mental realisations
are nags as beings are beings

Death by Empiricism

Wikipedia Poem, No. 837

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trapped under race class boxed among historical exclusive advanced
handstand genderstand understand active advances of the early works
create mutually early work before common understanding to deposit
a dead body in sojourner truth or anna julia cooper intersection
scissors in the factory deterosexual feminism of resent
terms coins for economic status alone
another worker struggles thus the idea of immolation
connect work before feminist movements under mt etna
trapped under women oppressed the social inequality
a sacrificing or sacrificial killing or early women are women
a loaded pistol hung by its umbilical cord from the chandelier
radical as in pertaining to the root

Mere Gravity

Wikipedia Poem, No. 834

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us against the word:
their inevitable cancer candy coats crap out sum syllables
you can say it famous like as all writing's rich sequence the author assumes,
and it may cure how many woman at this point is manipulation,
no one can say it better—you and the mfa applications. please
the stream is bone deep and cold and i find if i despise statistics
           the possible opens its purse strings
on this political order and so many woman in this malignant poem switch off friends.
o, it may cure how many smashed heineken bottles. feet ache in the water.
please share our words, though they are short of many smashed pleasures.

Study of a Tenure Track Professor

Wikipedia Poem, No. 828

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     mount etna 

he is nowhere sunflower 
          dragon's breath of fact

he is nowhere near divinity 
his pupils wise as 
dinner plates 

the first contract 
he is nowhere sunflower 
his students  who stitch up 
the girl
squatting teeth marks
  
it's all too heavy
for flight
you can 
smell it on his students'  
chainmail  

   his students'   girl 

squatting in the first ready to worship
god.r with the alley every colloquial girl
      squatting to 
worship
god.js  

in fact  wreck thee
he's all too heavy for flight
you can smell it on his pupils 
his worship god
supposed to notice  

his bitter   dragon's breath
hiss alley 
every  contract he nods
at every colloquial god recalls his worship
god
weather
inside (again)

to be roasting of a colloquial god a way of a colloquial god the first readers 
to 
be roasted 
      in mount etna 
hunger wasn't supposed to worship god 
      to notice he lies 
nowhere near divinity 

even  
his students   wise as  a way of leaving the colloquial 
girl squatting  
to worship
god.d 
a way of weather 
in the first readers his students  
wealth  

his students   wise as chainmail  

     hunger wasn't 
supposed to the first reads of fact

he is nowhere near divinity 
         
his paper alley
     
even his  students   wisest students who have 
paid dearly
to notice he lies
nowhere
near divinity and worship god to notice  
his worship
god.nts 
wise as criminals 
wise as criminals 
his wise 
as chainmail  

roasting teeth marks

it's alley 
even  

his students  
wealth  

inside wings are but life has 
 a way of a colloquial girl squatting 
in mount etna hunger wasn't supposed to worship
god.s  
roast in mount etna 

his students 
wise as divinity worship god
this students' way  of fact

he is 
nowhere sunflower 
his  students 
wise as  a way of wealth
he's alley
         
even his  students   wise 
as chainmail  

inside winter 
his words  chainmail  

his worship
god.or flight you can smells its divinity and worship god the first reads of fact

he is nowhere near divinity 

         hunger wasn't supposed to notice  
he nods
at every 
colloquial god

colloquial girl 

squatting of a colloquial god
      supposed to notice  he is nowhere near divinity 

his words contract  
      wealth  

  roasting 

tendencies in mount etna

hunger wasn't supposed to be roasted 
to be roasted 
in mount etna
     
hunger wasn't supposed to notice 
he is  
 
wise as chainmail  

      inside wings 

their volcano's throat
in mount etna

Empedocles and Exaenetus (Wikipoem for My Father)

Wikipedia Poem, No. 824

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yr head if  only he cared     
down their hooves spectacular  
the riders' blood spilled    as much for me  
but i   was a  wrestler  and  was a   wrestler 
and was  a farce another   wrapped around  their hooves 
spectacular the riderstand was a   wrestler 
and  was a farce vested spectacular  
the great heft  of   the   riderstand 
was a    wrestler  and  a farce      
as much for me as for

touching their hooves   spectacular 
their thighs before  touching their  
spectacular root of    riderstand 
was a   wrestler and     each other    a   wrestler 
and given  no horse i was a  wrestler and    
each other  wrapped  around     each other  
given no horse  
the root of   their hooves   spectacular  
their hooves spectacular  the   great heft of  their hooves 
spectacular their   hooves   spectacular 
the riders'   blood  spilled     as   much for me 
but i  was a   wrestler

Authentic, Rare and Valuable (Landscape in the Diminished Field)

Wikipedia Poem, No. 822

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sea glass purity of the heineken
seed glass of man made pond
self destructing purity

north toward precocial ducklings
floats east then north toward the east
on heineken sea

free of heineken sea glass
purity of ducklings floating east
then north toward an apple tree

What Can Be Done About the Public? (Herbert Marcuse vs. Lewis Franklin Powell Jr. vs. Red Bull GmbH)

Wikipedia Poem, No. 807

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“Freedom is the innermost dynamic of existence.” 1

“One of the bewildering paradoxes of our time is the extent to which the enterprise system tolerates, if not participates in, its own destruction.” 2

“People who are smarter, more driven, curious and get along with others will generally do better in any job.” 3

conspicuous 
   levels; 
   (ii) in 
   even the american student liberal critical significant students 
   are 
      most 
         dynamic 
systems — if the fatal and often 
         perceptible 
      in the 
country seeking teachers who despise than academic system 
   enters 
      and balanced social signification 
         many campuses 
and 
   balanced 
   social those who decademic sound aggress are 
difficulties or 
   goversity the enter they 
mold public opinion and 
      aggressive academic sound aggress and 
often being teachers of the country seek 
      opportion the faculties to they mold public opinion and even where to balances 
   at various lee 
discoversity of what

Poem about Bees

Wikipedia Poem, No. 799

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“When I say ‘I,’ I am lying. Let us posit the ‘I’ of perception—neutral and limpid. Put it next to the ‘I’ of intermediation—when you look at it this way, my body belongs to me; or, more exactly, I belong to my body. What do we observe? An absence of contact. Fear what I say.” Michel Houellebecq

 

journey of what is our concept of nothing?
understand these vast new shapes

of whom science say journey of the universe
what eye?
on display for a reward

moving then not
not moving then gone—all of it