Category: Charles Garrison

Poor Observation, by Charles Lamar Garrison

I was reading the rhetoric spewed by some politician who claimed that it was his goal to end poverty in America. What a brilliant idea one may argue. Yet by doing so are dramatically failing to realize that such an ideal has long ago been adopted with the […]

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Parallel’s, by Charles Garrison

Poem what if these vaccines were merely poison and these books were merely lies imposed upon a child without heroes we desperately attempt to contrive searching for parallels which are similar they sinisterly use to divide with the addition of such misfortune our problems only multiply you see… […]

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when’s the bus coming I’d ask… leaning onto the street to search the horizon could feel the wind against my skin as vehicles raced past I became overcome with excitement while grandma sat stoically wearing her signature garb which concealed her greying hair fanning herself with a paper […]

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