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Autumn Skies

Autumn Skiesby Michael DoyleTo sail on Autumn’s skyTo learn to love in fantasyTo love without questioning why To spend this love, just you and me…These are the moments that I cherishSpent in listening to your dreamsMemories of which will never … Continue reading

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Seasons Shift In Meaning

Seasons Shift In Meaningby Michael DoyleIn times filled with doubt and questionOne certainty stands without hesitationThat as the seasons shift in meaningThese changes influence every human beingHearts break on the shores of coincidenceIn this time seemingly devoid of justiceAs phases … Continue reading

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Oblique Stare

Oblique Stareby Michael DoyleI looked up in an oblique stareUpward into that cold ceilingFighting with God in my prayerHoping that my wish would be prevailingTwo daughters stood near by my sideI was not ready to leave behindAnd to my Lord, … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: We Can Survive Lapses Into Hypocrisy, But We Cannot Survive Making Hypocrisy A Ruling Principle

“If we ever allow morality or law to become just a question of whose ox is gored, then we will have taken a fatal step toward national suicide. We can survive lapses into hypocrisy, but we cannot survive making hypocrisy … Continue reading

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In the I-IV-VII

In the II IV VIIby Michael Doyle In the I IV VIII just might playMy way to blues heavenBut I wouldn’t want to really say. It’s just another moment in this dayTroubles found and troubles goneNo real matter to how … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: The Question About Progress Has Become the Question Whether We Can Discovery Any Way of Submitting To the Worldwide Paternalism of A Technocracy Without Losing All Personal Privacy and Independence

“The question about progress has become the question whether we can discover any way of submitting to the worldwide paternalism of a technocracy without losing all personal privacy and independence. Is there any possibility of getting the super Welfare State’s … Continue reading

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Muted In Discovery

Muted In Discoveryby Michael DoyleMuted, frightened screamOverheard on the data streamStill recovering from Covid isolationUnable to leave the habitationFiltering fragments in questionFeelings born in their hesitationCrimes hint at interpretationThere is something lost in this conceptionThinking in terms of last exclusionThere … Continue reading

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There Is A Dream

There Is A Dreamby Michael DoyleThere is a dreamInside our reflectionA silent sort of screamThat escapes the world’s detectionA world that no one else can seeIn an answer in search of questionsThat we won’t ask in possibilityA mirrored echo of … Continue reading

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Sowell

Sowellby Michael DoyleConstrainedOr unconstrainedThe views of mankindAre a spectrumIn which we findTwo pathsOf social theoryKnowledge of the decisionsThat make up an economyFactored in their controversyThe question Needed to be answeredIs what truly helps anyone?What makes for improvementImproves the world for … Continue reading

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