Only now is what we bring

Be confident

You can do the right thing

Despite a troubled past

Only now is what we bring

To excessively question

Hurtful memories we endure

Our attachment to these injuries

Induces this proclivity that we procure

Living in the past

A nightmare we become

Living in the present

The game that is won

Direct your path

That is only in front of you

Without the reservations

You expect to be due

Stop the madness of our specters

That keeps us beholden to mistake

To undo what has been done

We must continue to forsake


Are you a critic or are you a lune?

What is truth?

What is fiction?

As children we believe in Santa Claus

As adults we engage in dereliction

Heliocentric or Geocentric?

Man on the moon?

Plato’s allegory of the cave

Are you a critic or are you a lune?

Some believe in fantasy

Some believe their confabulation

So many stories are told

So many stories with no real relation

The Greeks first told us

Epistemology is not just a word

If in this foundation we carelessly forget

Than therefore we must justly and surely deserve

There are so many traps

For the ignorant mind

One must reach a point

Before reality is left far behind

Just a glimmer of reason

Will unveil the elephant white

Thus shine the light on the problem

See what is under the rational spotlight

Choose any topic

Choose any analogy

Supply a good dose of critical thinking

Tease out the truth from this perplexity


Eulogy for common sense

We prayed this hour would never come

And so this hymn I sing and hum

The dearly departed

That may often leave

Escaping from those with eyes

That rightly and readily see

You transcend this humble and earthly place

The doctrines of reason now exalted with tamber and grace

The burdens you fought are now remorsefully embraced

For the impoverished minds that wear this sullen and blank face

Be free to roam

The heavenly sphere

We humans with challenges

Will always have fear

I would be remiss to not say

We are in your eternal debt

As you travel away from us

We must surely and passionately regret


A Trojan horse in Washington DC

A Trojan horse in Washington DC

A radical party seizing control in vain

Exalting the criminals for all to see

Why do they ignore all of our pain?

The evidence is clear

Yet, there is little investigation

The media spins the narrative

Hence the weak-minded people’s hesitation

Corruption in America

And the hatred thereof

Taught in our schools

Indoctrinated and poorly educated are meant to strengthen us

The entitlement and arrogance

Comes easy comes true

In any argument foretold

For the left’s red, white and blue

Your diatribes invert reality

Your social media condemns free speech

You circle back on questions

On promises you cannot truly keep

And so the Emperor has new clothes

Which he displays on every day

So too the people really see

This Emperor in decay

That doesn’t matter for the men behind the curtain

They want to tear down what was built

By any means possible

Before the pitchforks and torches are spilt