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i am quite certain these past 6 days my subconscious made possible. of mostly lying around sick with headaches and sore throats and cough and cold symptoms and fatigue and a little asthma. 196 more words

Malaise of the days

We are suffering from the malaise of the days,

Unaware of what it is, sterility or AIDS.

But that’s the problem for Generation X,

Disease has become the hex in sex… 119 more words

Poem

Bacevich Explains U.S. Political Economy Post WWII

Andrew J. Bacevich. 2008.  The Limits of Power:  The End of American Exceptionalism. New York: Metropolitan Books.

Review by Stephen W. Hiemstra

Political economy—the nexus between policy, philosophy, history, and economics—is never more important than in transition periods when the old rules no longer apply and the new rules have yet to be crafted. 1,144 more words

Reviews

"Peeking Thru"

“This malaise,
of dull days,

Stagnant,
like a haze of grey.

Still,
light shimmers in the background.”©

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Poems

Contemplation

Days later and the clouds still hadn’t parted. She was beginning to feel as if sunshine or even rain was just an abstract memory. Well, she allowed that perhaps she was exaggerating a small bit, but she did allow herself to wallow in the feeling of limbo that seemed to accompany this endless series of cloudy days. 49 more words

Parts Of The Story

Jimmy Carter and the American Imperium.

a nation that is at peace tonight everywhere in the world

I do not promise you that this struggle for freedom will be easy. I do not promise a quick way out of our nation’s problems, when the truth is that the only way out is an all-out effort.

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Malaise

It’s hard to articulate this feeling. It’s a feeling that I often get when I’m sick, like today. It’s like a constant buzzing in my head, except instead of a noise it’s a feeling. 375 more words

Memories