Penned Resistance

Penned Resistance is poetic ink urging us to thInk about what is happening to us, to the U.S., to the world, and all that whirls around and inside us. To thInk as our true selves is to resist the forces that seek to occupy or control our thoughts . . . as an individual, a citizen, a man, a woman, a human, a Yeti.

Penned ink to thInk is a link to our primordial freedom ... our freedom to be who we truly are. Let it ring.

Just as Real as Here

There is a place called
Love and Understanding
you can actually go there you can actually live there
it’s as real as anywhere

is love and understanding
and there is where
you want
to be

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Branches Off Infinity

Stick figure beneath
the Poet Tree
branches off infinity fall to earth first
from above the matter below

the fire and the cold
the river the stream the creek
the crack in the facts
that allow for thee to reach

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We’re Doing Good… Enough!

The perfect whirl winds its way on down
where the good sun is enough
in this world of structure what one should be taught

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Stay a Way


Stay a Way

Close the hips close the lips eyes close wise
breath in the Divine
inflate the higher state the magic carpet ride
away the blues the day the grays
leave the frame stay a way
that goes beyond
the name
but is the same




That Needle Needs to Find You Shot!

It's the man…
datory vaccine that changes the equation
for the teen and the family scene
California law okays for these in-betweens rights
to birth control abortion HIV maybe measles tetanus polio
ok these are enlightened policies
but it’s the mandatory story of these scenes that change
the meaning of free

the teen she he should have the right to inject
parental neglect to object to a herd mentality
that if you’re the needle in a haystack
that needle needs to find you shot
until the unheard is herd

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