Analyzing Political Undertones in Pop Culture Through Art

There is generally speaking a list of artistic works that, despite their aesthetic greatness, are either historically misrepresentative & inaccurate or merely biased in context and coverage. Some do justice, some don’t. Perception all depends on which angle you look at the subject. I wish for justice for all, but we must recognize, expose & bring to justice those distinct forces which causeContinue reading “Analyzing Political Undertones in Pop Culture Through Art”

gone with the wind

to beauty is what life we made, like lyric come, and winter fade, for whom this diamond we have bade, but love and lord and all his spade. by now his glory could have gone, from here to dawn, but she has stayed, and now we’re left with all the songs, and hymns and tomsContinue reading “gone with the wind”

the circus

A gullible man to fairy tales, He ran away and joined the circus, Thinking he would ever find, A ways away from space and time. And when he did to his surprise, He found an end to his demise, A locust swarm of hidden lies, Appeared and ravaged a past once worthless.

insecurity

dear women, dear friends, and all my dear loves, remember, remember, there’s never a reason, to play that silly game. to act one silly way, if merely the purpose, is to hide away, your pathetic insecurity.

Lofty

The rooters would hate, lest they had one their own, A lofty skill to appreciate as I do my stone, My crystal palace, that hard headed dome, Find it not, where t’is sewn. Upon my shoulders, between this frame, And the heavens, from where came, That lofty gift of imposing fame, My way with words,Continue reading “Lofty”

let’s go home to england my lovely

Yesterday night, or I should say morning (it was 2 a.m.), I watched the movie Sylvia, about the lives of two poets, Sylvia Plath and Edward Hughes, and their downward spiraling love life. While it was one of the most cryptic and depressing movies I’d ever seen, I was so inspired by the poetry ofContinue reading “let’s go home to england my lovely”

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