BEWARE of the Globalist in poetry

Will add this poem to dVerse OPEN LINK. Very fitting for today although written almost 2 years ago.

I Believe, BECAUSE -

My post here is an acceptance of Colleen Chesebro Challenge Tanka Poetry; her challenge is to use the synonyms for the words “Cold and Safe” look for the synonym underlined.
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An Etheree Poem, my first composed.

Waiting to see who wins, the LEFT or the RIGHT.

Are there
What we call
The Globalist?
Distant without sound
Logic — Frozen freedom
Where there was the trustworthy
Now a future lukewarm to truth
Producing emotionless robots
Dead to all contemplative ideals!

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6 thoughts on “BEWARE of the Globalist in poetry”

  1. Oh dear….this is a bleak look on the world indeed. I feel very sad and desolate reading this. Which means you’ve written some very evocative words.
    Thank you for posting today!

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  2. The downfall of trustworthy has certainly become apparent, sad to say. When did it happen our left and right fail to even seek common ground?

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  3. I had to look up globalist…and I am sad to report to you that I am one. I do believe we are all interconnected, and the only way to keep humanity alive is to work together. “Divided we fall”. (K)


    1. Unity is a good thing, depending on what we are united for. The world would be a better place if we were all united in wanting our God-given rights, freedom, free speech.
      Globalist today want unity if the opposite. Words are changing their meanings, so yes, I agree we should be united in, again, our God-given rights, not in trying to kill God if that was even possible.

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