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Tin Whistle by Annacat - [272 words]
The Last Will And Testament Of Jacques Larue by Richard Evans looking back [72 words]
Return To A Muse by Richard Evans two ships passing in the night [89 words]
Wilful Bashful Beast. by Terry Collett - [102 words]
Up There Sky Gazing by Terry Collett - [266 words]
Trafalgar Square Meeting by Terry Collett - [473 words]
That Last Time In Brighton by Terry Collett - [148 words]
Some Part Of Beauty. by Terry Collett - [474 words]
Rosary Pushing by Terry Collett - [177 words]
Right Bitches. by Terry Collett - [129 words]
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Peacock Girl by Terry Collett - [505 words]
Paris With Dostoyevsky. by Terry Collett - [265 words]
Outside Oslo. by Terry Collett - [287 words]
One Legged Anne's Bath Night. by Terry Collett - [459 words]
Not Forget George. by Terry Collett - [223 words]
Morning Song. by Terry Collett - [335 words]
Miss Billings And Snow And All. by Terry Collett - [345 words]
Mesmerized by Tony Goff - [60 words]
Meeting Judith In The Store. by Terry Collett - [371 words]
Meeting By Nelson's Column by Terry Collett - [388 words]
Martha At The Mother House by Terry Collett - [462 words]
Marcel Was Right by Terry Collett - [89 words]
Let Him Wait. by Terry Collett - [212 words]
Less And More by Joseph Albrecht - [95 words]
Judith And You On The Bus Home. by Terry Collett - [364 words]
Is This Love? by Alon Calinao Dy �Grab a copy now. Kindly click below �http://www.lulu.com/shop/alon-calinao-dy/best-love-poems-c... [97 words]
I'll Always Remember All The Time We Spent. by Karissa Blanchard It's time to let go. [92 words]
I Reserve The Right To Be Me by Richard Evans a revelation of character- [126 words]
Her Existentialism And More. by Terry Collett - [204 words]
Helen And You Trainspotting. by Terry Collett - [483 words]
Girl With Lost Name. by Terry Collett - [170 words]
Following A Bright Star by Terry Collett - [608 words]
Fay By The Bricklayer's Arms. by Terry Collett - [271 words]
Eternal Putdown by Buxton - [84 words]
Edinburgh1969 by Terry Collett - [263 words]
Doing Jobs For Uncle by Terry Collett - [329 words]
Deeper Sin by Terry Collett - [273 words]
Cool Inside Burgos Cathedral. by Terry Collett - [294 words]
Christina And Benedict And The Kiss. by Terry Collett - [336 words]
Breath Full Of Sighs. by Terry Collettt - [242 words]
Benedict At Matins. by Terry Collett - [275 words]
All At Sea. by Terry Collett - [247 words]
After Tea And Sandwiches. by Terry Collett - [195 words]

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Joseph Albrecht
I am a Senior Nutrition Student, poet, who is passionate about people and planet. Check out my book. "My World in Words: A Collection of Passionate Poetry." www.joe-in-the-know.blogspot.com. Twitter:@JoeAlbrecht6
[March 2017]
A Blessing And A Curse (Poetry) Poem about speaking my feelings to another who didn't feel the same. [75 words]
A New School Of Thought: Insights On Our World (Reference) Notes I took on a lecture with Noam Chomsky and Angela Davis about foreign policy, education, media, culture, the environment and other issues. [502 words]
Age Difference Diamante (Poetry) A different style of poetry that changes to the opposite of what you began with (in my case, after the word "mindful". It also has the shape of a diamond; hence the name Diamante [14 words]
All Clear For Nuclear (Non-Fiction) A paper on the benefits of nuclear nonproliferation. [1,005 words]
Alternative And Holistic Health Information (Reference) This is information which I've recieved from various quality scientific studies. My sources for the information are listed as well. Hope you find it to be of good use. [428 words] [Health]
Book Review: Re-Made In The Usa-Todd Lipscomb (Non-Fiction) Americans wanting to help heal their nation should read this inspiring book. [156 words]
Breaking Down Nanotechnology: Some Key Issues Of Concern (Reference) Information about the controversial use of nanotechnology, and how to avoid it. [3,020 words] [Health]
Cherish (Poetry) - [68 words]
Climate Change: Alarms And Silencers (Non-Fiction) Where the most insightful voices are coming from to weigh in on climate change. [448 words]
Don't Double Down (Elo Cover) (Songs) So congress lets banks pay just 0.75 percent while doubling student loan rates from 3.4 to 6.8... [164 words]
Fight Fire With Fire (Short Stories) A short story I wrote about an oil company at odds with everyday people and Mother Nature. [2,367 words]
Foods And Drinks For Health (Reference) A menu for various types of ailments, consisting of foods and drinks shown to be effective. [663 words] [Health]
Fruit Of The Earth: My Joy Of Homesteading (Non-Fiction) About gardening from scratch. [442 words] [Motivational]
Horseshoes & Hand Grenades (Poetry) - [94 words]
I'll Go (Songs) Song lyrics I wrote about modern times and how people react. [163 words]
It's Real (Songs) Some song lyrics that I wrote about eveyday life. Every part is fully original and my own work. [162 words]
Katrina's Dance (Songs) Sung to "Katrina's Dance" by The Rippingtons [323 words]
Key Points Of Mother Jones Article On Sugar (Reference) Details about "Sweet Little Lies" (November/December 2012) that one may want to read about. [613 words] [Health]
Less And More (Poetry) - [95 words]
Letter To Nyc Mayor Bloomberg (Non-Fiction) A call to action on behalf of struggling NYC workers. [241 words]
Media Commentary And Invitation To A Different Life (Non-Fiction) Living the life of sustainability which many just preach about. [295 words]
Military Might (Poetry) "The pathway to least resistance always overcomes strength" -Sensei Ryu Okoyama [68 words]
Military Mighttaxpayer Fright (Non-Fiction) How those outside the beltway view America's militarism and imperialistic policies. [789 words]
Money : All The Wrong Reasons (Reference) How the U.S. seems to be ripping apart at the seams. [680 words]
My Reasons For Writing (Songs) Some information about me. [356 words]
My World In Words (Poetry) My book of poems is out! "My World in Words: A Collection of Passionate Poetry." [9 words]
New Progressive News On Failing Economy (Reference) After hearing and learning about our current crises,I sometimes find myself hopeless that the information isn't more mainstream. I was glad to see this piece by economist Joseph Stiglitz who won the N... [1,116 words]
Nike And The Like: The American Birth Of Globalization (Reference) An ivestigation of the detrimental process of globalization. The consequences are often overlooked by un informed or careless consumers. [1,818 words] [Motivational]
Noam Chomsky (Poetry) A tribute to an inspiring man who seeks truth. [99 words]
Nutrition For Overall Well-Being (Non-Fiction) Key information on how our choices of food/beverages/herbs & spices affects our health and well-being, a lot of information covered with important links/ references. [949 words] [Health]
Nutrition Nation: A Guide For Moving Forward (Reference) Current information about our nation's nutrition dilemma and proposed solutions. [698 words] [Health]
Our Worth In Earth (Poetry) - [89 words]
Politically Charged (Poetry) - [83 words]
Reflections Of Life (Poetry) - [136 words]
Rocky Anderson's Speech On Political Duopoly (Non-Fiction) A speech by this year's Justice Party Candidate and former Mayor of Salt Lake City, Ross C. "Rocky" Anderson. [1,398 words]
Shoot For The Moon: If You Miss, You Need A Bigger Gun (Non-Fiction) A piece on America's fervent addiction to the second amendment. [549 words]
Sunday Mornings (Short Stories) A description on how our kitchen looks on sunday mornings and the events that happen throughout the rest of the day. (Not finished yet) [699 words]
Taking A Closer Look (Non-Fiction) Reinforcement of beliefs, values, and curiosity can help throughout life. [373 words] [Motivational]
The Paycheck Of Perversion (Poetry) - [120 words]
The Physical And Psycological Benefits Of Exercise (Reference) Information from Joe Henderson (Consulting Editor of "Runner's World") as well as from www.garynull.com http://garynull.com/GNthisArticle.php?article=30 Thank You. [384 words] [Self-Help]
The Power Of Nonviolence (Non-Fiction) A speech by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. clarifying what nonviolent resistance is and what effects it can have on society and the world. [207 words] [Motivational]
The Progressive Movement : Final Opportunity For A Change In The Status Quo (Reference) To Glenn Beck, his audience, and everyone out there who unfortunately is mislead about what a Progressive really is [1,029 words]
The Right To Work For Less (Non-Fiction) A piece about the current state of American working conditions. [422 words]
U.S. Vs Them (Songs) I've created this to express my thoughts in a creative way, rather than just bombarding people with news. Every part of this is entirely original and 100% my own work. [148 words]
What We Are Not Told About War (Non-Fiction) This is information that I have gathered from two books: 'Death of the Liberal Class' and ;Blackwater: The Rise Of The World's Most Powerful Mercenary Army' [2,401 words]
Why To Say No To G.M.O. (Reference) Helpful information about genetic engineering of our foods.Feel free to leave a comment of wht you think. It's encouraged. [1,198 words] [Health]
Words Of Emotions (Poetry) Searing words on the tragedies and potential solutions of the USA today. [286 words]
.Number One. (Songs) Some song lyrics I wrote about me. Please leave a comment on what you think thank you. [166 words]
Politically Charged Bars
Joseph Albrecht

President Obama, promised to close Guantanamo. What happened, it�s still open.
Prisoners going on hunger strike are still hoping. How are they still coping?
Do we really have a say in the matter? Why do our hopes and dreams always shatter?
Your opponent said food was an entitlement. For whom? We needed food since the womb. Must our leaders drive us to a collective tomb? Elections are just a rock and a hard place. Close your mind, vote for the smiling face. The same one that once in will bring us disgrace. Social security and Medicare on the chopping block? Knock it off. We only pay into those ourselves. Contribute to the deficit? Hell, what about corporations paying little or no taxes? Sucking us dry like a bowel of molasses. This goes largely silent. Another scheme that�s left us more violent. Violent because we�re blind to the needs of those not in power. We must heed the greed. Stop it. What did we do years ago? We prided our infrastructure now out the window. Offshoring our jobs is a lot of wealth for some. The rest of us are nearer to the slum. The environment is now a commodity, just like our oil, a terrible oddity. Pollution is no reason for a real solution. Just enrich ourselves as we proceed in confusion. Drug companies rein over our healthcare system. These same companies promote poison as medicine. How much people must suffer death and disease, before we rise up from our knees and say no. Your toxic junk has to go. We gave you a chance and we watched you blow it away. Food is real medicine, and nature is it�s source. Is this hard to understand, must it be driven by force? Certainly not, it�s all that we�ve got. Now I�ll tell you once, at least give it a shot. The answer? There�s multiple, that�s for sure. Each one of us has the key to the cure. We must use this key to unlock the door, that�s left us locked away on the floor. We know the solution if we just search our hearts. If we say to ourselves, it is time to get smart. We must all never part. United as one, we stand strong against those who have steered us so wrong.


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