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Flat Earth Poem

Post by Wondering Man on Tue Mar 21, 2017 1:12 am

Hail, friends!

A little poem as Spring arrives and I lust after the better weather, to soon take photographs over 100miles that haven't been seen yet in flat earth videos Wink


The gravity.

I had a friend who said to me,
that he didn't believe in gravity.
What do you mean? I said to him,
"It's clear to be seen, it's so plain to see."
He shook his head and he smiled at me,
"It's plain I agree, but it's the plane that you see."

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Re: Flat Earth Poem

Post by Jakelewisb on Wed Mar 22, 2017 12:55 am

Hey man, that's real cool. I love this community of researchers already, because it's a place where people such as I and yourself can post things like this and be taken seriously. I love writing poetry too, is like to hear more of your stuff dude! Jake by the way.

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HaiKu For The Day...

Post by Bro on Fri Apr 21, 2017 9:52 pm

I am very fond of the Formal Eastern Haiku Poetic Structure...

So I thought I would add a Haiku Poem here and there in IFERS to buoy my spirits...

Formal Haiku Structure Is... A 3 Line Poem.

First Line: 5 Syllables / Second Line: 7 Syllables / Third Line: 5 Syllables.

With the first two lines (usually) being the mental setup and the last line (usually) being the punch/shock/humor/oh my/revelation line.

and so... in honor of God's Flat Earth and how it's revelation has exponentially increased my appreciation for the Moon, The Sun, The Sky and all God's wonders.


Haiku of the Day...


I Adore The Moon
The Sun Wants Too Much From Me
Roll Call Is A Bitch…
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Re: Flat Earth Poem

Post by Jakelewisb on Fri Apr 21, 2017 10:46 pm

I am a fan of the haiku form too, bro.

It's an effective way of conveying a strong message, with relatively little input.

Here is a poem I wrote the other day. Most of my work is free form.

The moon is not an object
The moon is just a light
Illuminating brilliant blues
It's blinding with its satin white

That the sun with anguish rage
Could but light the neutral face
With all intensity thus seen
It's glimmers guide at that low height

It is that beacon
'Pon which watchers
Dwell in awe, confusion ripe.

She lights herself
A cigarette
And glows her form
Throughout the night.

Surrounding shadows
Ask her questions
But the answers lay in sight

Wandering in aimless motion
Illuminating bobbing boats
Upon the level ocean, might

Just be enough to
Tell the story
Of the moon
For her whole life.



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I've Got Ta Pick A Pocket or Two...

Post by Bro on Sat Apr 22, 2017 12:28 am

Jakelewisb wrote:
The moon is not an object
The moon is just a light
Illuminating brilliant blues
It's blinding with its satin white

That the sun with anguish rage
Could but light the neutral face
With all intensity thus seen
It's glimmers guide at that low height

It is that beacon
'Pon which watchers
Dwell in awe, confusion ripe.

She lights herself
A cigarette
And glows her form
Throughout the night.

Surrounding shadows
Ask her questions
But the answers lay in sight

Wandering in aimless motion
Illuminating bobbing boats
Upon the level ocean, might

Just be enough to
Tell the story
Of the moon
For her whole life.

Elegant synchronicity and Morphic Resonance... Sheldrake would smile...

Since you wrote this before I wrote/posted my Ku... and then you posted yours... From across the Atlantic... Smile
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Re: Flat Earth Poem

Post by Jakelewisb on Sat Apr 22, 2017 10:15 am

Very kind words, thanks man.

Haha yeah, hey from the UK. Across that almighty bulge that be the Atlantic Ocean.

Do you have any other poems?

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When The Grim Reaper Knocks... You Better Have A Good Story To Tell Em

Post by Bro on Sat Apr 22, 2017 7:48 pm

Jakelewisb wrote:Very kind words, thanks man.

Haha yeah, hey from the UK. Across that almighty bulge that be the Atlantic Ocean.

Do you have any other poems?


Hai ! ... Today's Ku...


In Honor Of The AngloZionist Psychopaths Ruling over The USA and many other countries with all their lifelong violations of Laws Of Dharma...
and to their endless extreme Hubris... One day ruling triumphant over the innocent... and in the next moment facing death with terror in their heart knowing what destruction they have unnecessarily released...

I dedicate the following HaiKu...


I Am Strong Like Bull
Hear Me Roaring You Peasants
Obituary…
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Re: Flat Earth Poem

Post by Jakelewisb on Sat Apr 22, 2017 8:44 pm

Poignant. The first line becomes tribalistic the more it's spoken aloud. A gentle departure, too.

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Resolve me this

Tell me what humans, for this earth, provide...
That, from earth to us,
Is not twice multiplied,
In return?

Air to breathe,
Water to drink,
Precious plants
For sustaining
A plane -
We are destroying,

Tell me what we do provide?

Is it that we drill much deeper,
Taking her oil and fossils for cars,
Or is it that we look yonder green lock,
Of fields where we can build
Whatever may please us?
Settle in towns,
Until our ignorance will free us.

I wonder if you could see so,
The black soot
From your shallow breathe?

Upon a frosted Monday morn,
Arise to live another day,
In your rushing,
Your whittled vision,
Ignores the beauty of the dawn.

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