I want to share a secret with you
Because you haven’t got a clue
There’s something different about me
Something that you could never see Continue reading “Poem: Dyslexic Like Me”
Cohen, Cohen, Cohen, crossed
Trumpy had a friend now lost
Blowin’, Blowin’, Blowin, Where?
Blowin’ to the Atmosphere Continue reading “Poetry: A Friend Now Lost”
A twilight in moonlight’s no twilight at all
A twilight in moonlight is just a sun fall Continue reading “Poem: A Twilight in Moonlight”
This post is for me. I prefer the old WordPress Interface.
wp-admin/ at the end of your website. http://www.IamAwesome.wordpress.com/wp-admin/
Last month my niece asked me to answer a question for her high school social studies class. The Question was: Is pop culture a societal scream to be remembered, or is pop culture a scheme to gain power or wealth? Continue reading “What is Pop Culture?”
The Lord of the Rings is a story about power and its abuse. Sauron is the mythical antagonist from the J. R. R. Tolkien’s epic story who forged out of a mountain the “One Ring to rule them all.” Those who possessed it fed off the dark energy derived from the ring. Gandalf, the wizard, discovered that Bilbo Baggins had carried the most powerful ring in the history of the world for years. After his nephew Frodo had inherited the heirloom, he offered to give the ring to Gandalf, but the wizard rejected it because he knew that a being like himself would give into the tempting lure of the dark energy.
As we read Tolkien’s series, we are meant to celebrate his overarching theme, that those who wield power should not be those who desire power. Continue reading “We Need a Hobbit for President”