dVerse, poetry, Politics

Halloween or Hallo-erred

Scary stuff now the day for scary!
Scared paralyzed, momentarily.
Suspended is dangling, not moving.
The Ghost Word could it be removing!
Scribble the dribble — rewrite the right!
Politics, lunatic are today—
Many wishing it was yesterday!
Remember, don’t be scared get prepared.
The ghost word today is Hallo-erred!

 

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Word Prompts

In Truth, Halloween — 4 Weekly Prompts

 

Halloween a time to pretend, giving, and taking. Giving candy and taking candy, saying, Thank You! I remember going home, and pouring through my delights, I felt like a Princess, it is also a time for sharing the sweets with your family.

Today, however, the mood is conflictingly evilly.

The game the elite play at this time; to abolish the true meaning of Halloween; in Truth Halloween IS the evening before the Christian Holy Day of All Hallows Day, All Saints Day. Halloween is a Christian festival!

I remember the “Good Old Days” this is a one-time speech or a phrase cheer and rings well within my soul.

 

continued, Politics

Interesting quotes

Continued from my previous post here —> Never-ending

Quotes from others below:

Nothing is politically right, which is morally wrong. Daniel O’Connell
When money speaks, the truth is silent. a Russian Proverb
It takes two to speak the truth —one to speak and another to hear. Thoreau
Falsehoods not only disagree with truths but usually quarrel among themselves. Daniel Webster
Truth is immortal; error is mortal. Mary Baker
Thou canst not then be false to any man. Shakespeare
The truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. Legal Oath
Truth is like the sun. You can shut it out for a time, but it ain’t goin’ away. Elvis Presley
Finally —He who fears death are those who lived according to their own will. Annon 

Back to my previous post for interested readers.

 

dVerse, poetry, Politics

The Never-ending

Do you hear it?
That thunder a roar-like shout.
It is everywhere AS God IS!

Progressives claim it doesn’t stand, yet;
Their language shaky, uncertain —
Dash hopes as dying, dying, dead!

Living still, that thunder, roar-like cheer.
Alive and well, demanding to be heard —
Never-ending, endless TRUTH!

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dVerse, Ragtag Daily Prompt / RDP

What IS, It IS WHAT IS, Elusive!

 

Time as we know it is WHAT IS, like the truth, it IS!
We wake up, wonder what the day will bring.

Are the days set in stone?

Each day a wonder, each day means something
different or ELUSIVE! (the word of the day)
Examples, A Friday to the secular “Finally Friday.”
A religious person might feel yes, finally, but also see it as
“Fervent Friday,” the day Our Lord died.
A secular; Saturday = Self Saturday, a religious-minded would think
more in line with Saintly Saturday, and a little about self.
Then there are Sunny Sunday vs. Sacred Sunday.
Mournful Monday, Moral Monday, Tired Tuesday, Trinity Tuesday
Wake up Wednesday compared to Worthy Wednesday; the news of the day brings us to Tittle Tattle Thursday,
to the religious person would desire a Truthful Thursday.
Oh, how the weeks fly and indeed are ELUSIVE!