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"No lines, no waiting, at the Outhouse by the Side of the Road. Check your conscience and sensibilities at the door."
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Lotophage commented on the blog post 'This Land is Mine'
"Even in the present tense: "I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction" Barack Hussein Obama, The Audacity of Hope Fight on, Netanyahu!"
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Lotophage commented on the blog post 'This Land is Mine'
"The creation of Palestine was an oblique expulsion of European Jewry to a desert gravel pile. The "final solution", Part Deux"."
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Lotophage commented on the blog post 'This Land is Mine'
"From Tony Karon, on the present Kristalnacht  in France: "Not only is this a disgraceful moral outrage, there's also a brutal irony here: It was this sort of violent hostility to Jews in Europe that led to the creation of the State of…"
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Lotophage commented on the blog post 'God Fractal'
" I used to know my name. Now I don’t. I think a river understands me. For what does it call itself in that blessed moment when it starts emptying into the Infinite Luminous Sea. Hafiz "
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Lotophage commented on the blog post 'Instant Gratification or Death Row'
"A Divine madness Which buffets the vessel I sail Through seas of unreal creatures, sirens and nymphs Also reassures this Captain of his course No land fore or aft, only stars above Neither arriving nor departing Rapturous waves on an Infinite…"
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Teri Sivilli commented on the group 'Full Moon Poetry Society'
"Pinpoint I take the honey moon to task for my restlessness stake a claim to a lane on 85 as I head into blue ridges stepping out,  the grey embrace of a Georgia morning like the hug of the uncle who held me too tightly, too long, no…"
1 hour ago
Lotophage commented on the blog post 'Instant Gratification or Death Row'
"Tit for tat. Some folks, no matter the amount of disease or pain they suffer,        only maintain their belligerence, to the bitter end. It's a gift, an opportunity to pay some Karma forward."
1 hour ago
 

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ears fallen

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stars of bethlehem

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Bobby Byrd

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