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This is a simple love poem connected to the nature; the ocean and love. BY WILLIAMSJI MAVELI
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Poetry dates all the way back to the beginnings of Humanity. People have always been questioning nature, and the day-to-day existence of themselves and other humans love, death, survival, war, injustice, and the universe are all examples of things that ha
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Am I the man I am simply because of what I've seen?
Once I was a rock star with a hundred fancy cars
I'd never been a cowboy but I ran away from home
And even though I came back all I wanted was to roam
Once I was a dinosaur and ate all of my friends
Once I was a time traveler who knew how this all ends
Once I was a vagabond who inspired the whole world
Once I was a doctor who cared far too much for life
Before I was the consequence of some girls night gone wild
There may have been a hope that someday someone would make change
The biggest regret of my life is things have stayed the same
A shapeless blue moon with all its rays;
Make up her loveliness in all ways;As her soft, spicy body slowly drifts; Offering me, some marvelous gifts. Floating along with waves of cloud; Holding me tight, like her own beloved; As she chase her eyes towards the moon, My gorgeous minute ends so soon. An escape within a lovable pleasure Over rejoice in her nurture and leisure She moves vigilantly in the night; Where with peace she can wait Wake the heart, mind and soul For a lustful late mid-night stroll.
BY WILLIAMSJI MAVELI firstname.lastname@example.org
If violet is dark dense in its color;
Purple depict a yearning flower;
Green for a shade of guidance;
White always shows evidence
Desire for love has no flush
Flesh for desire has no blush
dreams sleep at night silently
Arms envelopes within softly
A ring can make you swing
A wing can make you sing
Det blev full utdelning. I lägenheten pågick både cannabisodling och odling av knarksvampar. Tio plantor och 90 gram torkad svamp påträffades. Utöver detta fann polisen odlingsutrustning såsom värmelampor och vattenkannor. Mannen var innan tillslaget helt okänd i narkotikasammanhang.
De narkotiska svamparna kallas även för psykedeliska svampar, på grund av att de innehåller hallucinogener. Äter man svamparna infaller ett psykedeliskt rus. Svamparna är narkotikaklassade i Sverige. Utöver framställan av narkotika dömer Lunds tingsrätt även 27-åringen för ytterligare ett narkotikabrott, på grund av att han var narkotikapåverkad vid tillfället då polisen fick korn på honom.
Most people will tell you, "every young rebel has a 'phase' they go through in which they reject authority". However, I think it's safe to say that, as my feelings, passion and heart have not changed in 10 whole years, and as I am now approaching 30 - this is more than a "phase". If anything, my passion for libertarianism only burns brighter and stronger as I age.
Now while some people may insist that with the state of our world today, it's more difficult than ever to be a truly devote libertarian, but I beg to differ. Because of the state of our world today (ethnic, political and religious turmoil), because of the contrasting differences between the left and the right (black and white politics), and because of the know-it-all-ism and political-correctness that saturates the minds of virtually every "open-mind" out there - now is possibly one of the easiest times to be libertarian.
Sometimes just defining that term (libertarian) can seem like a daunting task, but it really couldn't be any simpler. Unlike the left and the right, libertarianism is all about liberty (freedom) - whereas left and right politics is all about talking about freedom, saying you believe in freedom, but really just taking two polar opposites on most issues and rarely (if ever) basing political decision making on the simple question "does this violate liberty?"
For the earlier part of my rebellious youth, I found myself more closely relating to the sentiments of the leftish parties, and while that may still be in many ways, over the past few years I've started to finally make sense of why they are different than what I believe in. In short and sweet, the left really is no different than the right. While the left is usually looking out for what's best for everyone, and the right typically finding solace in man's selfish desires and wants, I really can't say the left is any better because both political ideas suffer from the same drastic flaw: they want to force what they think onto everyone else.
Here's an excellent example of what I mean; and actually the sole inspiration for what motivated me to sit down here and scribble out some of my thoughts on this whole topic of "political correctness":
Today I received a newsletter from change.org discussing some issues people have been discussing and voting on lately. One of the issues immediately caught my eye: "Racist Facebook App". In its petition text, it says:
Tell Facebook that apps are fun, but not when they promote racist ideas about beauty. Ask the company to take this offensive app off the site.
So here we are now with a petition on change.org - rallying for support to censor Facebook (for whatever the reason may be). First of all, let me make this perfectly clear: I am not a white-supremest, a racist, or in anyway think white skin is better than any other pigmant. While I may not necessarily agree with or even condone what Unilever has done here, I am behind them 100% with their right to do it. It may be a shame that apps like this may convey the ideas that they do, but what is even more of a shame is that 10,000 people out there actually think censorship is the solution. *NO* viewpoint, no matter how obscene, "offensive" or harmful to society should be eligible for censorship: PERIOD. I thought more of us believed in that sort of stuff, but apparently, it's just something we all love to talk about. Let us also not forget that ANY idea, opinion or belief runs the risk of offending someone: PERIOD. It is a frightening day when we've all collaborated on the belief that as long as it offends most of us, or even a lot of us, it's worth censoring.
And that is what separates people like my from those in the mainstream left. The politically correct way of thinking today is: "if you don't like what someone else is doing, saying or thinking - let's rally to take their right to do that away". That is exactly what is going on here, and exactly what I feel is wrong with leftish thinking. These people somehow believe a system of practicing intolerance (by censorship) will someone yield a society in which we are more tolerant - yes, that still baffles me.
As a libertarian I believe we should stop using our voices and numbers to censor and prevent everyone else from doing what we disagree with, but instead use our voices to intellectually debate WHY what others may be doing is intolerant. But of course, it's a whole lot easier just to bully people, companies and groups into submission than actually using our brains to rationalize with them and onlookers of why their ways are wrong.
That really is why I can't say I fit in anymore with folks on the left - because when you get down to it, they are no different than the right. They think they have all the answers, they think they know what's best for everyone, and they will use their numbers and whatever means necessary to ensure they get it (whether that means the law or what have you). Now while they may very well see issues from completely different angles, the bottom line is they both use the same fundamental practices. Worse of all, they both love to talk a lot about freedom while stealing it away from you in the name of "tolerance".
The right loves to legislate selfishness, the left loves to legislate political correctness, and the libertarians say "enough with the fucking legislation already!".