Goes without saying – so have no doubt
Super-sensitives are – oh so thin
‘ts not condoms, that I’m talking about
But electrovalents on their skin
Super human, what an organism!
Yanking his sword, it was frightening
30 hours a day, practiced onanism
And got fiery balls of lightning!
As late as 1990, reports collected by the Pentagon show the U.S. Government was willing to take seriously reports that the Soviets were able to manifest “ball lightning” by using the brain as a “superconductor.”
Source: The Pentagon collected research that warned Soviets with “super-human abilities” could shoot lightning out of their hands
My first efforts were in high school and they were predictably trite, often to the point of tears. During college years, I was too busy with other, more important affairs to write, yet the times were too intense to ignore the innate power of a good poem …
Source: Poetry as Therapy or The Dead Soldiers Society of Poets
What thought Mr. York
Like any other dork
Its a fad, a cross dressing fetish
When you walk it Scottish!
Don’t need a company crest
To define you on your chest
Not all work at Lloyds
To fill in their voids
Funny like Scaramucci
A man, a brand, like Gucci
Odd technique, but not wrong
Just like Bannon, tip to tongue
A feast, a passage, it is a rite
Said Yoda don’t try, and do it right
Eh! boir sec High and Lo
Avec les mecs, Tintin, Milo 🙂
Poetry is an intensely individual experience—for the poet and for the reader of poetry—and begs for diversity because of it. Soldiers experience war differently from civilians and leaders differently from those they lead. The ancients experienced war differently from our contemporaries. Men experience war differently from women. We experience war differently from them, and the living certainly experience it differently from the dead.
Source: Reading the Poetry of War
Take me to your leader oh OWSTTS!
Is FISA retroactive in time and space?
This is no reverse targetting
Or some bad hombre marketing
Hmm … I am stargazed … wondering
While sincerely pondering
Do aliens have unalienable rights?
Across many suns … a million lights?
In 1984, the CIA sent a psychic back in time to talk to Martians. This is not code language. The CIA sent psychics back in time to talk to Martians because the CIA had time-traveling spacefaring psychics. Nothing else we could say would make more sense given what the CIA had and did.
Source: Walks through a sunken dream: the CIA report on life on Mars
As we’ve written about before, the CIA’s obsessive scrapbooking led to the preservation of quite a few bizarre artifacts in its declassified archives – and perhaps none are stranger than this collection of terrible topical poems, which, through tortured rhyming couplets, offer the author’s takes on geopolitics, race relations, and the merits of “Captain Kangaroo.”
Source: The truly terrible Cold War poetry hidden in the CIA’s archives