Ants, Fire, and the Lawnmower

« He never dared to wake up .. » (Source : click)


All day long he rode the lawnmower

then went to sleep
and dreamed of a volcano exploding in his drying field
spitting up ash and dust

and each piece of ash
and each piece of dust
was a fiery red burning ant
swooping back down on him
like zillions of tiny hungry stars and suns with claws and flames
piercing him all over and eating him up.

The dream was so real,
he never dared to wake up.

© Copyright  2012 Hamilton-Lucas Sinclair (Loup Kibiloki, Jacques Renaud, Le Scribe), cliquer

Beaucoup de poèmes de Jacques Renaud ( Loup Kibiloki )

Shiva’s Gift to a Wolf

Was there an earthly paradise?  What was it?  Where was it? (Satprem and Mira Alfassa – the Mother)  – Sri Aurobindo : The Intermediate Zone  –  Invisible Person with Enormous Power: it starts with a “C”, as in “Corporation”, but it doesn’t end there…

Do you remember Chernobyl? Nuclear disaster contamination: apparently worse than previously thought  –  Waging Total Nuclear War against Humanity and Human Genes: Nuclear Radiation and Uranium 238 (DU)

Western leaders, western populations: awareness, massmedia control and censorship  –  –  Astounding 2009 Nobel Prize for Literature Joan de Blow never wrote a book!  She talks about Obama. (Satire.)

Safe-Haven US Currency – surfing on strangeness and naught – a bizarre, satori sort of poem

Arrêtez de raser les parterres et de massacrer les plantes sauvages. Plus de 500 espèces de plantes en danger au Québec.

Terrorisme domestique et destruction de potagers par les municipalités : Aux profits de quel lobby ?

Invasions de domiciles : Tout se passe comme si on voulait abolir la légitime défense.

Formule 1 et chaises roulantes : Non à la pollution sonore et sciante


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