28 December 2012


when eyes look up there is no blue to spy
but clouds of blemished dark and dirty grey
no sign of laughing sun of yesterday
the joyful world of summer seems a lie
told by sad fools each eager to deny
the horrid truth that beauties never stay
while we're the victims in this tragic play
who quail and shiver under lowering sky
still there's an answer as the night returns
and deeper darkness holds us closer in
we're not yet trapped by walls nor iron bars
the cold is met by all the force that burns
from hopeful hearts that still ache to begin
and wisdom that will reach up to the stars

13 December 2012

past winter

each word is chosen that the whole may sing
in clearest harmony with measure fair
so that past winter we may see new spring

we early learn the value that we'll bring
to the fresh task our hopes are more than air
each word is chosen that the whole may sing

of coming magics and the truths that cling
to every heart in times of hard despair
so that past winter we may see new spring

throw out green shoots and let new branches swing
on the young trees light will once more be clear
each word is chosen that the whole may sing

in tones that reach the bird on highest wing
of better life and times in good repair
so that past winter we may see new spring

and spirits lightened all our hearts shall ring
with jubilation at relief of care
each word is chosen that the whole may sing
so that past winter we may see new spring

10 December 2012

Student bloomers Fall 2012

Before examining why, it has to be understood that the ideology of a black political scientist differentiate much from the philosophy of their white counterpart.
Since oppression has been justified by the oppressor and the oppressed, investigating the balance of power between the colonizer and the colonized remains rather stable.
Jones believes that notion is making a mockery of some of the working class people who struggled and scarified for the benefit of their offspring’s.
For instance, recent revolutions in countries such as Egypt and Libya, partially spurred by the texts and writings of educated revolutionists distributed through various mediums throughout the world demonstrate what can be achieved by a few people in today’s world who deliver an appealing message to masses of people in a relatively short timespan.
As one who is interested in pursuing science on the university level, scholars must also understand that they must make correlations between their course of lecture and the students romanized need to understand life through personal experience.
As humans there is one thing that we need to understand. Human nature is not a fixed immutable time; the world has to be put into context.
According to Weber, new profound scholars have made egregious errors such as combing politics to science.
He compared Germany and the United States of the professional journey of a private lecture.
It is unfortunate that the great teachers knowledge that is of better quality is a waste to educated the current students.
Growing up as an undocumented resident, it always seemed as if immigrants bared the brunt of whatever Americans issues happened to be.
There are a lot of problems in the contemporary world that are worth researching.  Some problems are right here in the United States and some are in other parts of the world. The problem I will address is a problem that occurs in the United States and in other parts of the world.
Aquinas view towards the law is very complex and detailed.

The Chinese government also censors words or events because they feel that what people can search on the internet can affect upcoming elections.
A law must be publicly promulgated to good will.
This notion of government seemingly resembles to a government ran by the people and for the people.  However, going, back to the early centuries of times, where religion played a major role in contributing to the both the lifestyle and structure of a civilization, controversy soon raised once certain prominent individuals fought against the prime religious church having a direct influence on law and principle.
One of the most earliest known philosophers that encompassed a deeper and constraining definition of government was an individual known as Marsilius of Padua.
Totally removing direct authority from the “ruler”, or head of state, which was often times a religious secular, the power of authority should be entrusted in the people as a democracy for various reasons and principalities.
This would have a negative outcome because those that practice a different religion would not be able to practice their religion freely. In that case it would also go against the United States first amendment which gives all citizens the right to practice any religion that they whatsoever please.
Women who did not necessarily attend church faintly were often suspected of practicing another religion that was not in god’s favor.
Aquinas stopped writing on December 6, 1273 because of deep religious experience however he still managed to write over eight-million words of closely reasoned pros.
I agree that these laws/commands regulate the opinions of doing disobedience.
These ignorant cities poses people who are known as weeds in the vinous cities because they adhere to the actions conducive to the attainment of happiness.
Marsilius exerts inspiration from the politics of Aristotle to define the nature and function of the state as it relates to law.
Marsilius’ ideology reveals that by having a Priest or member of the church act as legislator, the state is allowing personal judgments to be infringed on the people based on the religious ideologies of the person in rule.
Luther also noted that the temporal sword was set up to punish the wicked and protect the wicked.
It has a branch of knowledge, and an attitude appropriate to accept the knowledge.
The capitol of Mineck was derailed in 1944, when a battle between Germany and the Soviet Republic.  The battle left rapid death, and the city itself was left in ruins.
Human construct a social existence determined by consciousness. Therefore, he [Marx] defined scientific socialism, as a labor theory of value.
Poetical economy conceals the nature of labor.
However, he suggests the need to implore cruel means if necessary to maintain control of the state.
A prince must have a tribute or capitol.
There have been a multitude of powerful women that have published great works of art that promoted there in depth feelings and disapproval for the mistreatment and dismissal for the natural rights sought for women in society.
Mary Astell was infamously known for her profound reports for feminist action and for her promotion of improvements for women in her society.
The human mind and psychoanalytic study of its methodology has been the subject of intensive research and analysis dating back perhaps to the earliest days of civilization.
The wife should follow the rules and laws because if she doesn’t then the husband feels that the wife is being the disobedience citizen.
The husband might let the wife voice some opinion, but the wife opinion must favor in chose of the husband.
To Hobbes an effective form of government must be a monarch; quite ready to recognize that a republic, led by an assembly of senators.
Due to the fact that women cannot go to school to be able to get a job is pushing more and more women into poverty.
Her statement is also very relevant when discussing a similar statement made by Jack Rousseau concerning the freedom of men, in which he stated that “Men are born free, but they are everywhere in chains.”
There has been a manifold of laws brought fourth by legislatures in order to create a stipulation that can quell various immigration issues, such as, educating illegal immigrants.
The tentative answer to this question is an unambiguously transparent position.
Education is said to be the key to success, however, many individuals disagree with that statement.
Because they are very open minded to new ideas, this allows descendants of China to become easy learners and adapt to new methods in a small time frame without much difficulty.
Unlike China, the United States overall firmly believes in tradition and leaving things as is.
Delligently, I worked to find the similarities and differences between the two by analyzing biological, psychological, and social context of each group.
She explains that men and women do different things but women should not be subjected.
Gentrification also secludes women because a lot of men are within the middle and upper class.
Along with those housing projects a pleather of issues such as high crime, poverty, and health issues arose in the city.
When residents are decentralized from housing projects they in many instances are moved to areas that do not service their lifestyle with such things as public transportation.
  This concludes everything was still under government control, it however began to see a shit when African-Americans emerged into leadership roles and it became more common to see Black academics.
While it is a reader-freely book it is not to be taken for granted.
According to the Affordable Housing Trend Report of Hawaii, the commercial development of the state has created an apparent gentrification of people as communities.
There was a time when the islands were quite and the beaches were calm.
In the years of Plato, Confucius, Augustine, et cetera, the philosophers thought that people should not act earthy of care of earthly goods because it is no good.
Cicero fended for the better good of the people.
During the classical period, China was consisted of a number of increasing independent states and some people wanted China to reunite itself back into one state.
Moral virtue is part of the soul being obedient to the rationale, it deals feeling, acting and doing well.
Liberty is the amount that should be given to other that a person would grant themselves with.
Evaluate the consistence, sources should have a lot of disagrees and agrees to prove the point of the paper.
It is always good to know the difference between facts and interpretation.
To be free for British Colonial powers was the main objective of his reason for writing the declaration.
These philosophers rejected the papacy and the role of the pope as an authoritarian of civil government and moral behavior.
Rousseau was also one that was concerned with freedom because he believed that “a basic principle of society was the principle of all men.”
It also felt that the basis of society was the people in it wanted to continuously exist.
He basically says that you must destroy the city and live in it.
The fight for liberty was the result of people not ruling the government fair and just.
The common good can be defined as the public that is morally correct and just.
Civilizations have typically been expansionist in execution, and possibly needed massive amounts of manual labor to accomplish feats such as the creation landmarks and buildings, the harvest of agriculture, household chores, and cannon fodder for armies; generally tasks that citizens did not want to do.
Seneca the Younger, a Roman philosopher dating back to the first century, did not believe that these practices were sound or warranted, instead believing that a master-slave relationship should consist of more humane treatment so that respect could be forged amongst both parties, resulting in a more fruitful alliance.  In his letter regarding the treatment of slaves, Seneca states that the former should be treated as humans instead of as callous property in order to minimize enmity and insurrection, avoid karmic retribution and ironic mismatching of fate, and to build a better relationship with one’s fellow man, expanding his/her own personal consul and possibly even his/her circle of friends and acquaintances.
It is imperative to avoid these actions because, even if some are by nature expansive, the pursuit of them for ill-fitting motives is a self-destructive endeavor that eventually expands to a self-destructive society.
Political Scientists should be interested in this topic because part of there job is conducting research to formulate conclusions on why things are the way they are.
I wanted it to be a topic that would be informative and detailed.
The ideal that men should have a dominant power over women is one that has dominated society for hundreds of years.
In modern society, with the creation and enforcement of equal gender rights and the increasing want for women’s rights, there has been an increased desire for a matriarchal lead in society.
The prince was a Manuel on how to gain power, keep it, become and stay a successful leader.
According, to Aristotle it is not east to find a median inbetween the two.
Social contract is the belief that the government and humans should be in an agreement among society through a contract.
In our statue of nature, government does not exist, and we are naturally free from society.
The historical governing parties are the, “Fianna Fail,” Or the, “Soldiers of the Republic,” and the Eamon de Valera,” or the, “Father of the Republic.”
His [Thomas Hobbes’s] thought seems dramatically religious at times, and completely secular.
What these philosophers were saying were it would be no need to focus on laws or liberty of the people if everyone is virtuous.  Just as Franklin, stated virtuous people are capable of freedom meaning they can govern thyself, similar to what philosopher Hume stated in his theory against social contracting.
They focus on liberty because they believe that the natural state of humans rather the natural condition of humanity is war like against all, calling it the State of Nature.
Confucius believed in the moral character of a man called the individual.
These Ancient philosophers believed that virtue was an imperative trait to obtain as a ruler because then they would not be swayed by profit or desire, because they see virtue as more valuable than possession and power illuminating the optimistic perception ancient philosophers had on the innate state of human nature.
In both cases, each group of philosophers though that a government is required  in order to obtain structure within a state, and the objective of this government is to secure the public good.
Being a Confucian thinker, Mencius did not agree with all of the Confucian teachings in the Confucian School.
Research itself is supposed to explore new waters, speculate observations, make predictions, evaluate, and conclude with results supported by the research.

Research is much structure and organization
Many of the current fundamental bases for politics today in this society, speaking in a broader perspective as the entire world, mostly governmentally operate of political processes and views that have all derived from prehistoric philosophers who opened the doors for the political scene of today. As it can be recalled, the majority of these great and well-known thinkers mostly lived in different predated eras of time, which would also reflect on the current struggling factors of their particular society.
During Plato’s time era, it occurred in the times where civilization and the formation of government were in its beginning stages of development.
Cicero was alive during the same major timeline era as Plato and Mozi, being only within only a few hundred years apart.
Marcus Tullius Cicero is a prime example that to show that his specific mentions and concern for virtue was in fact associated to his present societial status.
Hobbes was an interesting thinker that derived from Britain.
Taking a look back in world history, there have been many wars that have resulted in multiple countries making formal agreements to side and become partnering allies for one another in the hopes of being the winning and successful nation.
All of these circumstances revolve around a central concept on liberal internationalism that focuses on continuing the efforts of central world peach.
There are many good things and band things about war.
Kant also argues that the aggressive interests of absolutist monarchies and ingrain the habit of respect for individual rights.

05 December 2012

above broad river

across the gully is another place
a different world with silver roughbarked trees
where stubborn beasts resist you on their knees
while walls and fences leave a proper trace
for those bewildered nature shows her face
in complicated motions that each sees
in the raw colours and the harsh decrees
that come upon us with the morning's grace
so this is recollection of the sight
from high above broad river as the grey
of false dawn marks the ending of the night
but here and now the moment cannot stay
we've paid hard cash for all that we have lost
and got no credit for the hills we've crossed

28 November 2012

into the open light

if knowledge is the end that each must seek
through all the tangled forest of the text
it is no wonder that we are so vexed
on the occasion of a sharp critique
delivered in plain words only the meek
affect to listen though they are perplexed
since they have no real sense of what comes next
and no desire to let their hurt minds speak
while up above the hunter is alert
to every nuance of the changing breeze
eager to know what comes in scent or sight
since that one thing may help or may yet hurt
but either way must fall before it flees
and be dragged out into the open light

25 November 2012


so what disrupts requires that we select
with all due art the silver from the dross
taking no notice of what's on the boss
nor even caring truth must have effect
while each must go as their own hearts direct
with grant of knowledge given in the gloss
by those who count the plus side as a loss
for what we had is gone naught will connect
into the afternoon the buzzards plunge
upon the corpse of wisdom is their feast
where all is ended save the scent of dung
here is a sight that nothing could expunge
when hope and virtue have together ceased
and only curses rise from every tongue

18 November 2012

seeking the messenger

you make your vision plain in every word
the pulse of nature moving in full heat
and yet we strain for sight of the right bird

nothing is clear all eyesight is quite blurred
the trip is over none will come to greet
you make your vision plain in every word

since on your tongue all truth has been conferred
but this hard fact we're made of bone and meat
and yet we strain for sight of the right bird

proclaiming season's changes have recurred
but time is motion every year more fleet
you make your vision plain in every word

including those that we have not yet heard
break out of silence still our peace is sweet
and yet we strain for sight of the right bird

to wake the morning and to cry absurd
notes of redemption for each empty street
you make your vision plain in every word
and yet we strain for sight of the right bird

09 November 2012

the one great morning

what we saw was the mountain not the road
and so mistook the task and were dismayed
but still plugged onward though we were afraid
each of us frightened bearing a great load
of doubt and sorrow though it might explode
the peak above us could only persuade
our simple hearts that we were half decayed
yet we  walked on with hope our one sharp goad
so what we did was make it the whole way
not without pause and not without much pain
since stubborn hearts refused all other choice
to look from summit at a brighter day
with backs all straightened once relieved of strain
and spirits freed to sing and to rejoice

29 October 2012

one last doom

the wind traps each in their own tiny room
blasts out the silence and makes all take stock
for in the morning we face one last doom

it was but yesterday we saw the bloom
pallid yet vibrant not a thing to mock
the wind traps each in their own tiny room

on this dark day when the only perfume
is bitter scent of ashes our knees lock
for in the morning we face one last doom

with no sun rising to relieve the gloom
nor to bring warmth to the hard barren rock
the wind traps each in their own tiny room

for hearts to harden and for minds to fume
while each lost traveller waits on the knock
for in the morning we face one last doom

the golden cradle will serve for a tomb
to learn that fact will not come as a shock
the wind traps each in their own tiny room
for in the morning we face one last doom

24 October 2012

that pedestrian tale

that pedestrian tale  each must relate
contains all our history bitter and sweet
different in mode but yet when we meet
fervour with passion the facts do not grate
no one can keep us from holding our state
at the due moment still glory is fleet
as moment of sunrise and never complete
as we all learn when we find out our fate
truth is the monster that howls in the gale
obscenely yelling the words we deny
yet when we reach the far end of the tale
we still prefer it to the soothing lie
since in the end all the remedies fail
and the last word all must say is goodbye

11 October 2012

the source of light and fire

vision persists in memory of the eye
where moving image still seems full and bright
though many hopes have faded into night
and all is strange now under a new sky
and other stars still hearts demand to fly
into the realms of true and honest light
where none will question when we reach the height
nor will each word be stifled by the lie
we ask the dragon for one drop of blood
to change the order of things now well known
into fresh truths and we restring the lyre
to have our songs resound above the mud
into that air where one bird soars alone
reaching towards the source of light and fire

01 October 2012

no way forward

we find that choices now have all turned hard
but may not leave this hot and bloody field
there's no way forward and return is barred

all faces that were fresh are old and marred
but minds are focused and all hearts are steeled
we find that choices now have all turned hard

yet cannot give the past our fond regard
for what was warm and free is now congealed
there's no way forward and return is barred

to those who are obliged to stand on guard
awaiting a strong word to be revealed
we find that choices now have all turned hard

our praises won't be sung by any bard
at least our fate will not be long concealed
there's no way forward and return is barred

no option then but play the final card
take up our stand and show we will not yield
we find that choices now have all turned hard
there's no way forward and return is barred

27 September 2012

no choice but midnight

no choice but midnight left and this is hard
to take when day was joyous and so kind
that we were filled with blessings of good mind
but now few stars and every way is barred
vision is blurred and all the ground is charred
by wildest fire we have been left behind
by some harsh fate in this land of the blind
where all things good have been cut up and marred
there must be wisdom left for each to trace
the proper path to decent human sight
where everyone is worthy of their face
and every action leads each to the right
this is the hope to which we all must hold
that none can purchase though it lead to gold

19 September 2012

an ancient wisdom

no resolution ever fell so flat

as this decree though most sincerely meant

to bring all to their senses and repent

their every crime laid out upon the mat

as subjects proper for our daily chat

those matters upon which no true consent

has been achieved and on which we were lent

not enough time and oh well that’s that

when we have signaled that the end is come

to all deception we receive no prize

but only grievances a mighty store

since at the last we find that no one’s dumb

who comes beneath the censure of our eyes

but each believes they truly know the score

06 September 2012


we sit here caught twixt history and text
interpreters of one more well-told tale
another weight that's added to the scale
of knowledge what wisdom comes unvexed
by normal suffering in the context
of work and study long before we ail
or fade into the dark with one last wail
that's the hard question leaving us perplexed
the act political we cannot doubt
must be for us the central urgent norm
for making easier the chance that curled
within the force that bids each one to shout
the truth and nature of the rising form
is the bright hope of an emergent world

26 August 2012

villanelle for an adult birthday

now say good riddance to the year gone by
at one more fading of the foolish light
with full rejoicing that you did not die

tomorrow sun will rise on the same sky
and yours will be the task to get things right
now say good riddance to the year gone by

do not dwell long on how it seemed to fly
right past your thought and your diminished might
with full rejoicing that you did not die

get on your feet and led the hard words lie
just keep in mind that things could be less bright
now say good riddance to the year gone by

and get on with the stuff you can't deny
the tasks the pile up and the work not slight
with full rejoicing that you did not die

in dreamless sleep where all thought had run dry
you live for now don't rush the longest night
now say good riddance to the year gone by
with full rejoicing that you did not die

22 August 2012

The doctor bird

On knutsford boulevard the doctor bird
Sips nectar from the blossoms in the noise
Of passing traffic and the tall absurd
Motions of people yet the creature's poise
Is magical unaltered by the place
Or human action honest of its kind
But still as brutal does not steal its grace
Restoring beauty in a time that's blind
To this reality there's one more cast
That memory had woken an older tale
Of pain and loss from a forgotten past
Where all the goods must come at end to fail
Yet truth will flutter on a humming wing
Asking the heart in spite of all to sing

08 August 2012

the longest groan

so much to do but go lie in the sun
and watch the clouds observe each changing shape
while looking upward with your mouth agape
allow the world to go by on the run
there are so many tasks that must be done
but not today there's time for one escape
from sordid duty take some rest and drape
your body on the bench just have some fun
soon you'll encounter the familiar task
hear the old words and even older lies
plunge back into the service of the known
to answer all the questions that they ask
hope to awaken light behind fresh eyes
and heal the causes of the longest groan

31 July 2012

august morning recalled

this is the day when we may bless the sun
no cloud can daunt us once we're through the night
for on this morning all our good is won

the long dark course of horror has been run
so now we have true clarity of sight
this is the day when we may bless the sun

not as our whip for that time is now done
but as an honest beneficent light
for on this morning all our good is won

we must make real the tales that once we spun
around the fire to keep our spirits bright
this is the day when we may bless the sun

for now there is no fear of lance or gun
since we may dance in our masters' despite
for on this morning all our good is won

service to past and future we won't shun
nor ever drop from memory the long fight
this is the day when we may bless the sun
for on this morning all our good is won

29 July 2012

right after rain

the deepest silence comes right after rain
just before nightfall when the milky light
seems full of portents while your straining sight
catches some glimpse of homing bird seen plain
at the right moment when the skies attain
that perfect colour fading fast from bright
just north of where begins the rule of night
to make us sigh now that is what we gain
here in the kingdom where no fools may rule
there is contentment earned at a high cost
by those of us who know not what we pay
nor understand the lessons of this school
until we find the gifts we thought long lost
and on a sudden learn we're on the way

22 July 2012

a piece of work

our choices leave us little room to spare
as day and night in sequence go by fast
no decent case of dignity to wear

and vision that suggests more cause to fear
in the cold present than in the dim past
our choices leave us little room to spare

for reprehension at the sullen year
that it has been the truth is all miscast
no decent case of dignity to wear

we're  all frustrated all thrown in despair
all fearful we will hear the final blast
our choices leave us little room to spare

for any of the goods that we should bear
since our great goal will never be surpassed
no decent case of dignity to wear

when we confront the enemy or dare
the final gate that victory's the last
our choices leave us little room to spare
no decent case of dignity to wear