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Postby ricardo » Tue Apr 10, 2012 3:49 am

decided I think it's not a bad poem

for you I hold in trust ( camps) (prison guard )Palestinians...

a brillant sun cast shadows onto stone mountains

rough hewn city streets become magnificent blue oceans

far away the wings of a dove grow into large white sails

the tall guard tower was a ships mast.

as if I was dreaming... as if I was dreaming...

the memories of yesterday are like chains wrapped around our collective soul.

(actually a damn good poem.)


maybe I missed something in French ?
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Postby ricardo » Tue Apr 10, 2012 3:59 am

ricardo wrote:decided I think it's not a bad poem

for you I hold in trust ( camps) (prison guard )Palestinians...

a brillant sun cast shadows onto stone mountains

rough hewn city streets become magnificent blue oceans

far away the wings of a dove grow into large white sails

the tall guard tower was a ships mast.

as if I was dreaming... as if I was dreaming...

the memories of yesterday are like chains wrapped around our collective soul.

from the poet. the fantasy of escape by ship takes flight - begin -

the preface intro says : you are here to stay ...don't get that ?

last, the dream shared by all Palestinians is freedom etc... so captivated by

the thought, so wanting freedom and being held literally forever (like a trust)

is a painful or heavy burden to think about on a island, prison camp, jail.

therefore, the burden and chains become one. one that many share...

collective soul.


(actually a damn good poem. )


maybe I missed something in French ?
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Postby ricardo » Tue Apr 10, 2012 4:16 am

(as if blind and deaf) it's weird.

you are the trip wire of much death and destruction and do nothing to negotiate

on your own or help the world you find your nation in . (middle east)

perhaps European command can incorporate and define borders / armjustice

but have the added ability to be in place and respond. make incursions.

strikes against violators... actually be on the borders + or minus 2 miles
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Postby ricardo » Tue Apr 10, 2012 4:24 am

every nation views american values or lack of "mutual respect" / parity in the

middle east . the perception : we pay for and get what we want regardless

of the inhabitants at the point of a gun or tank . be the extension of our

values. a prior s.a. foreign min once said : " you drew first blood."

the two largest parties Shia Sunni SA / Iran bridge the divide , Shia Sunni

for the sake of humanity. god willing.
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Postby ricardo » Tue Apr 10, 2012 4:39 am

the secular elite may become an liability in the final analysis. see Arab revolt.

unless measures of toleration and justice , dignity ( equality) oppourtunity

spread among the people. how many bombs , tanks, and nukes are enough ?

might those be owned by the secular elite ? and the clergy ? just to stay in

power. (Israel is not a memeber of NPT )
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