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The Kingdom of El Nino

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The Moon: The Kingdom of El Ninos

Via maniadb.com

In a land far away, seriously so far away you need four days and a determined spirit for such journey. Anyways back to the story. In a land so far away, lives a kingdom of the moon. (Why are you laughing in mockery, stick with me). To enter the Kingdom of El Niño you need a special passage through the silver moon which happens every 100,000 years. It is one of the features which also acted as a security for the people of El Niño. The people of El Niño lived long many to 100 years. All Ninos lived in peace with each other, of course there were the normal disagreements but they were all settled in a short period. However, anyone entering through the silver moon picks up a vibrations which makes them disruptive and malicious as soon as their feet touch El Niño soil. Thus Ninos are happy that the passage to their kingdom came once every 100, 000 years and no one left El Ninos not only because there was no way out but because no one wanted to leave.

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Gossip [Quote]

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Cavendon Women

“Gossip can be very harmful. It has been known to destroy people. And those who gossip are extremely dangerous, in my opinion. All they do is cause trouble for others.”

Babara Taylor Bradford

The Cavendon Women


 

Be careful what you say about others especially if you are purposefully spreading a falsehood which may break up families. Our tongues are not only powerful but also deadly. Sometimes we should spend more time talking about our business and not  minding someone’s else who has no bearing in your life. I am sure, the topics for gossip about others would not be so juicy if someone else said it about us. Peace!


 

Haiti

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Ode To Haiti

Source: “Citadelle Laferrière Aerial View” by SPC Gibran Torres, United States Army – United States Army. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons –

Your beauty celebrated many moons ago.

Not just for your physical most probably, wealth.

They called you “Pearl of the Antilles,” chateaus.

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Saint Dominigue your gem shine the West Indies.

Ships sailed in, ships float out of her harbours.

France became the envy, out came enemies

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Your slaves entrapped, toiling for free, enslaved.

They cried, no one listened, revolted many days.

No caving, that freedom forever they craved.

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The black and mulattoes called her Haiti.

So many claimed power, stability never.

Foreign involved – dictators, calamity.

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Yet you – your memories call Ayiti.

“Land of high mountains,” Caribbean beauty.

One day, you will raise again, valiantly.

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Whenever I read of the negatives of Haiti [which is much more than the positive], I always lament how an island so rich in times past became the poorest nation in the West Hemisphere. I believe that one day Haiti can climb those necessary steps back to stability and economic substance needed for a people’s survival. I chose the Ode form for structure, as away to celebrate Haiti. There are positives on a her shores, one day they will flow more freely to her lands. Strive on Haiti, strive on!

Blame the Electorate

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It is our fault that some government ministers, congressmen etc misuse their place of office.

Yes it is definitely your fault when repeat offenders sit behind their mahogany desks for more than one term in office.

Why should you blame him for mishandling your tax payment.

Why should you blame her for her arrogant and uncaring ways.

Why should you have lame protest year in and year out for the same issues.

Just shut up  on Facebook especially in the Huffington Post comment section about your love hate relationship with your Congressman.

How long do you have to make my ears screech with your tired old  comments about the power of the electorate.

What power?

You are all some power and  wise, so wise that King Solomon  testimonies cannot touch you, yet you are so ignorant of your ways.

Vote your talk!

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