Contract of Death [Now: in SPANISH and English]
Contract of Death
I heard today, the preacher say:
He says the 'Antichrist' was now
Under our feet, here in the good
America. A 'Contract for Death,'
The shivers. But the truth of the
Then, suicide atomic blast!...
Note by Rosa: I do not think Dennis wants to get into preaching, rather he was concerned on how the connections were being made with today's events and the prophet Daniel, whom he has studied, and the preacher was quoting. He of course put into his poetic form. He does it all the time, but doesn't often share it. Kind of watches where it is all leading to, if you know what I mean. So for those who are not biblical, it may not be of interest, and for those who are, the preacher quoted a lot of the book concerning Daniel Chapters 9, 7, and 11. Rosa Penaloza
In SpanishTranslated by: Nancy Penaloza
Contrato de Muerte
Lo escuché hoy día, el predicador dijo: "Daniel nos ha advertido hace mucho, de las pruebas y tribulaciones que ahoraafrontamos, con nuestros enemigos?"
Él dice que "el Anticristo" estáahora en Europa gritando: "paz", y el "Eje de Mal", ya había colocado armas rusas atómicas ocultas
Bajo nuestros pies, aquí en el viejo buencorazón de los Estados Unidos; "El grito de Palestina por la paz,", añade es un arma cargada para Revelación 3:10;
América. Un "Contrato de Muerte"
Es lo que él lo llamó. ¿"Ahora qué puedo
decir"? Si cambio de canal, consigo Mickey Mouse, si me quedo aquí, consigo
los temblores. Pero la verdad del asunto
es: ¡No estamos nosotros simplemente esperando por el siguiente disparo?
entonces, ¡explosión suicidio atómico!...
See Dennis Siluk's books and travels at his website: http://dennissiluk.tripod.com
Do you ever stare at the paper, waiting for poetic inspiration? Well, you can stop waiting and start using systematic techniques for creating poetry. If it seems too mechanical or artificial at first, don't worry. The point is just to get you writing, because creativity is stimulated by work.
Storm Rising along the Lima Coast
Storm Rising along the Lima Coast [Summer of 2002]
Writing Innovative Poetry
Writing innovative poetry, the kind of poetry that reputable literary journals publish, entails knowing exactly what each word of a poem does to the reader. A good poem should be evocative, skillful, and cohesive, but before attempting to hone these attributes, a potential poet should be knowledgeable of the various forms and attributes of contemporary poetry. A good way to become familiar with the aspects of contemporary poetry is to take classes, join writing workshops, and subscribe to contemporary literary journals. Reading and understanding good poetry is vital to being able to write good poetry.
The Poets Corner [Three Poems with a review]
The Poet's Corner[Three poem/ see review of poetry under the poems]
Poetry and Popular Culture
Is poetry too complicated for the average reader? Is it too cryptic, scholarly? If you ask a large group of average people what they like or don't like about poetry, you'll get a few different answers, but there is an overwhelmingly common category of responses.
I never thought I would have to say GOODBYE to my best friend? But that's what I had to do today I had to let go of her forever ?
Four Poems: Harvest of Apoplectic Horses [Katrinas Pathway]
Four Poems: Katrina's Pathway
My hero, my best friend, my Grannio (a.k.a my Grandmother)
She raised me like I was her own daughter from the day I was born 32 years ago.
The Game of Life
When your life becomes unbearable And the light of promise ceases to glow, When all your dreams and aspirationsLie dormant on ambition's death row.
Antidotes for an Alibi
Amy King's first full-length collection, Antidotes for an Alibi, insists that we examine the deceptive clarity of our actions and the goals that motivate us. How does one actually get from "A" to "B"-and is there ever really a "B"? What color is the white space between "A" and "B"? Upon closer inspection, surface realities reveal themselves to be porous and fragile, layered with textures and grains that lead the eye on varying pathways. So what are we to do in a world of newspaper narratives that instruct us toward tidy endings, murmuring that such endings are possible and even inevitable?
Grandpas House & From Iraq with Love [Two Poems]
Grandpa's House[The ole Real House]
Sleep, Dreams, and a Poem
The Incubus' Flash-light
Two Poems, with Figurative Language
Says Mr. Dennis Siluk, when asked to review his poetry somewhat, for he hesitates all the time when I ask him to so; I can tell you. Anyhow, he said to me (responding more on poem #728, "Derivative Echoes"): "Figurative language, meaning words used to refer to something that you don't really mean, is used here to make noises, as are metaphors sometimes. Probably the reason I used figurative language imagery here was to tie the ideas and feelings my poem [s] expresses [ness] to the physical world in which I want it to exist." He lost me somewhere along the line, but it sounded good when I read the poems. Rosa Penaloza.
Uamaks Aquatic [suspense: now in Spanish and English]
Delicately, my mind was selecting a muffled tune, out of the dead dark empty space surrounding me?
Two Poems: Boyhood, and Old Age [with a note on style]
Ed Gallagher Dec. 11, 1907 - Sept. 5, 2004
Here And There
My eyes opened. I am still alive;Living on planet earth.Though unconscious for many hours;Unaware of existence,Unknowing of life,Incognizant of humanityLiving in a space of void,Resident of nothingness,Here, but not here.There, but not there.
Wars, Air of Ambiguity [for: Lt. Laura Walker] in SPANISH and English
Wars, air of Ambiguity
now is not the time to openopen that great door againnot the time to be more tolerantnot the time to play to win
The Merchant of Copan [In English and Spanish]
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