A Rebel’s Rant for Justice
…anything to keep us from truth proof is in pudding but in pudding ain’t no
proof Americas dad raping wannabe’s easy to imagine but hard to conceive
gotta sell the bullshit to the youth cause the children are our future and the
futures on the loose chasing idol images of God hollowed be the Jordan
kicks they worship as their lord propaganda slanderizing fiends media
blaming victims while they build their war machines catering to our lowest
form of self they focus on our greed so we forget our basic needs in search
of things that only brings us death their forcing Armageddon too many of
us left the tricks they tried backfired to the left now they try to hide
democracy when we stand against hypocrisy no longer will they hide
behind the lies for we are voyeuristic warriors revealing all their crimes
eventually they will realize the truth that we share a common enemy who
provided us the noose divide and conquer orchestrated lies justifying
genocide through eugenic darwin eyes could go on and on but this is
where ill end peace be unto those who seek and see a peaceful end…
My words are my shield and my pen be the sword
the way of the Warrior
Mere moments from cannibalism, I taste your flesh and learn the depths of my addiction. I need to know that you know how much I need you and this hunger will only intensify as you tease and temp and taste my rage. Immortal is the man who shakes the hand of fate and in so doing becomes himself the bearer of the burdens of men. Its easy to sell ones soul but far more cruel to barter for its return but here I am whats left of the shell of a man deformed beyond recognition but still in Love…to be continued
how do i please thee
so easily blue
so quick to eruption
yet painfully true
her heart bares a silence
that is soulfully new
how did i become the fool
fought so long to find favor
what i found was a friend
one to laugh at all my anger
not as mockery
but to show the hypocrisy
of that which i had cursed
for in my misery
she would cling to me
while convincing me
of my worth
so i thank her with my verse
and as a poet that is my death
all the flesh and blood that I have left…
I Thank You
Remembering the moment when our eyes met, our souls touched we kissed in each others silence for the very first time neither of us knowing that this would be the bliss that we all but missed our first times around. As we wonder back in time broken hour glass sublime trampled tulips spring to mind as our hearts begin to find space to regenerate and combine beating rhythmically through time…if only i would have said hello
Since I just returned from a quick Bahamas cruise in December with my travel friend, I decided to drop a few cruise travel tips your way…….Enjoy!
Tip 1: Pack your carry-on bags wisely. Pack a change of clothes and important meds or toiletries in the bags you will take on the plane and personally transport onboard. This is important for two reasons: First, if your luggage gets lost by the airline on the way to your cruise, at least you’ll have some essentials with you. It can take a while for your luggage to be found and then shipped to the next port of call. Second, in case your suitcases are delayed in being delivered to your cabin, you’ll have a bathing suit or dinner attire on hand and can enjoy all the onboard activities right away, rather than waiting for your bags to show up.
Tip 2: Know the dress codes. While some folks still like to dress to the nines (formal gowns and tuxedos) for ships’ formal nights, most people dress in business attire (suit for men, cocktail garb — flowing pants suits or silk dresses — for women). The irony is that the more luxurious the line (with the exception of the upscale Crystal Cruises, whose passengers really do like to dress up), the more elegantly casual passengers dress. The more contemporary the line — like Carnival and Royal Caribbean — the dressier folks are on formal occasions. If you love to dress up, know that some lines do offer tux rentals so you don’t have to pack your own. Allergic to formal wear? Most cruise lines offer buffet-style dining for dinner, even on formal nights (or sup in your cabin via room service).
Tip 3: Save some room in your suitcase. Don’t forget that you’re likely to pick up at least a few souvenirs during your cruise and that you’ll need room in your luggage to bring them home. This is particularly prevalent on Hawaiian-based itineraries where, by voyage’s last night, just about everyone has dispatched their continental garb for Aloha-wear. Consider packing an extra duffle that can fold up into your suitcase on the way to the cruise and later be filled and checked for the trip home.
Tip 4: Don’t assume your favorite toiletries will be in your cabin. You’ll always find basic toiletries onboard, such as soap and shampoo. In main cabins on some cruise lines — Royal Caribbean, NCL, Carnival — toiletries offered are limited (in some cases to pump bottles of mystery soap affixed to the wall), so you may want to make room in your luggage for your favorite brands. Same goes for hair dryers. Most staterooms come with weak dryers so if you’re picky, pack your own.
Tip 5: Remember the basics. Most cruise ship cabins don’t come with alarm clocks, so if you want to know the time and set an alarm (rather than a phone wakeup call), bring your own. If you’re using your cell phone for this job, make sure you don’t incur roaming charges simply by leaving it on in foreign waters. Other items you might want to pack because they’re not provided or super-expensive to buy onboard include: extra hangers, over-the-counter meds, batteries, camera memory cards, sunscreen, ear plugs, plastic bags for transporting liquids or wet things (or keeping water out of your gear on water-based tours) and power strips to charge all your
Tip 6: Keep all important documents with you. Always make sure you pack your necessary IDs and cruise documents — and never pack them in your checked luggage. You’ll want your passport or other photo ID and cruise ship boarding pass on hand, so even if your suitcase misses the boat, you can get onboard. Make sure you have the correct type of identification, as wannabe cruisers have been turned away from the pier for having just a copy of their birth certificate (and not the required original) or a passport with a name that doesn’t match the one on the ship’s manifest (often in the case of a honeymoon cruise). Also, remember to acquire any necessary visas and immunizations necessary for your cruising region and carry them with you, too.
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