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The Racist Tree

The Racist Tree
Originally uploaded by flickr photographerno1 photo courtesy
www.liu.edu/cwis/CWP/library/african/2000/lynch_2.jpg

Long branches of hate
Fruit venomous
Poiosonous
For man
Born of a lesser God
This Racist Tree
Evil is evil begets
As poems for posterity
From the tentacles on my
Discolored soul I hope
I will be free
When someone chops
The base of this
Ethnicity debasing tree
That grows down under giving shade to
Neo Nazis racists and other yobos
Of this hate bound blood related family
where they lynch people who write
better bitter poetry

Son of Satan World Cup Shocker

Son of Satan World Cup Shocker
Originally uploaded by flickr photographerno1 photo google images

A Hate filled locker
3000 poems hawker
Histamine blocker
Racist fascist stocker
Head full of Rolling Stones
This Australian Rocker
This Son of Satan
Multicolored allergy
Face of a cocker
Glib smooth edged talker
World Cup Shocker

Hail Mary Full of Grace

Hail Mary Full of Grace
Originally uploaded by flickr photographerno1 Hail Mary
The Hail Mary (sometimes called the "Angelical salutation", sometimes, from the first words in its Latin form, the "Ave Maria") is the most familiar of all the prayers used by the Universal Church in honour of our Blessed Lady.
It is commonly described as consisting of three parts. The first, "Hail (Mary) full of grace, the Lord is with thee, blessed art thou amongst women", embodies the words used by the Angel Gabriel in saluting the Blessed Virgin (Luke, I, 28). The second, "and blessed is the fruit of thy womb (Jesus)", is borrowed from the Divinely inspired greeting of St. Elizabeth (Luke 1:42), which attaches itself the more naturally to the first part, because the words "benedicta tu in mulieribus" (I, 28) or "inter mulieres" (I, 42) are common to both salutations. Finally, the petition "Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners now …

Shia Shabbarat Wiladat e Imame Zamana

Shia Shabbarat Wiladat e Imame Zamana
Originally uploaded by flickr photographerno1 Yesterday was the Shia and the Sunni Shabbarat.
The Sunnis normally head to the graveyard and to the various Dargahs for a holy vigil all
night and prayers in their Mosques .My staff is all Sunni so I shut shop very early at about 5pm.The other guy who works for me is a Hindu , he did not come to work because of Raksha Bandhan.
I was at home all evening; wife had made Halwa Puri, as this day is the Shia All Souls Day.
We remember our ancestors are near and dear ones who left us this great heritage
that we call Hussainiyat.
Also on this day the Shias celebrate the birthday of the 12 Imam the Mahdi.
Prayers are offered at the graves, I did not go this time to the cemetery.
But at 4.30 am wife and I with my Nikon F100 my Manfrotto monopod headed towards
town, to the pier at Gateway of India , this was my wife Afshaan ‘s first visit in 31 years,
strangely though we stayed at Colaba at my parents house , none of…

A racist straw that broke the camels back

A racist straw that broke the camels back
Originally uploaded by flickr photographerno1 On embers of hate filled fires
As it leaps pursued by villainous creeps
A colored soul battles with life bleeds
Tempestuous tragedy tears in oyster shells
A sharpened knife that weeps
Born colored dyed red colored
Colored yes for keeps
As the winds of hatred on
Slums and shanties
Of brown eyes black smiles
Sweeps
White washing laundered
Human garbage heaps
Racialism in poetry
A battered bleeding head
As poem wordlessly screaming
On your monitor screen
As it seeps
A camels meditation
in a white mans world
what you sow
someone else reaps

dedicated to a wise man from Coromandel Yoonus Peerbocus Bhai Saab

TO HATE FILLED RACIST POETS

TO HATE FILLED RACIST POETS
Originally uploaded by flickr photographerno1 A public apology is all i want
lower case higher case any font
i will once and for all stop this rant



my first haiku
thank you lady lambeth

Poem Hunter Poets Cast the First Stone

Poem Hunter Poets Cast the First Stone
Originally uploaded by flickr photographerno1 photo courtesy

www.endstation.org/Bibles/King%20James%20Bible%20Suite/im...

You without Sin Cast the First Stone

, in John 8:1 - 11 scribes and Pharisees had caught a woman in the act of adultery (the woman commonly referred to as the prostitute) and told Jesus who was teaching in the temple that the Mosaic Law required she be stoned to death. Trying to make an opportunity of this to trick Jesus that they might accuse Him, they, with stones in hand, asked Jesus what He says about the Law. After Jesus tried to ignore their repeated questioning, He told them "He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her." One by one each man dropped his stone and walked away.

Jesus was not arguing with the judgment. Nor was Jesus arguing neither the law nor the woman's guilt. Jesus was arguing with our right to execute the woman. Once all the men had dropped their stones Jesus confronted…