• What can be written with a forked tongue in mind?
    An uncivilized redman, said it best, of the legal kind.
    History is cluttered thru…on doubleminded throngs;
    ‘Cause the mind connects directly with the tongue.

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    What can be written with a forked tongue in mind?
    An uncivilized redman, said it best, of the legal kind.
    History is cluttered thru…on doubleminded throngs;
    ‘Cause the mind connects directly with the tongue.

    A bounteous world constantly turns on faded rights;
    The redman spied a tricky promise arrayed in white.
    An alluring peacepipe…smokes-up a fixed document,
    That disguises legal suicide to get a sly commitment.

    They say, governments are beneficial for protection.
    So, why legalize killing-generations…by an election?
    American communities provide forth a brightly birth;
    Now, laws abort geniuses…without a speck of worth.

    Freedom documents permit our babies a usual birth,
    Living by the constitution that protect human worth.
    If the children are fortunate to elude the legal mind,
    The fetuses go on record–to see both day and night.

    An eager thief steals a loaf of bread to feed his child;
    Place the idiot in a warehouse, to rehabilitate awhile.
    But…power fools rob the breadwinner of his sobiety;
    Deprave his love and diminish honor with our society.

    Rob the poor workers, and put them on food stamps;
    Some would labor, but they may starve like a tramp.
    Therefore, feed the richman with poor legal crumbs;
    And then, raise taxes to feed America’s legal bumbs.

    Love overcomes–all things: great, small, and crude;
    Crime offends, and shame against mankind…is rude.
    Lock the culprit away and store him, as a lost cause;
    Judicial dominance denies access to love a social loss.

    Separate an honest man from self-reliable treasures;
    Then, enforce payment of insurance for his measure.
    By the sweat of his brow, integrity prompts his pay;
    Without self-reliance, he must surrender to the day.

    Loosen an honorable man–throw him to the wolves;
    By decree of national rights, he defends human lives.
    Vicious teeth tear him apart…from the truth he sees;
    Without defense, a courtroom rips him head-to-feet.

    Mighty smart folks will recognize…a clever stupidity;
    So, size-up 460,000 smoke inflicted bodies with pitty.
    An extermination condition is a gross national sight;
    Terrorist die laughing…at a prevalent tobacco right.

    Look beyond a fork-of-the-tongue, for other roads;
    Beautiful America feeds the world with a heavy load.
    Not everyone will be wise–like our founding fathers;
    Smarter…is not always intelligent enough to bother.

    Greed!…is free to walk this earth–seeking for power;
    Problems arise, as cunning tyrants achieve the hour.
    Free society must defend, redefend, and do it again;
    Be alert to free corruption–designed by clever men.

    Patriotism desires good, and seldom ignores the bad;
    Best-of-times are ahead, with a constitution we had.
    Speak with a forked tongue…if it is American borned;
    Employ both forks, for freedom is not–without harm.

    Liberty is announced upon this great American soil;
    A struggling world is coming here–to labor and toil.
    American arms are open to a language of the heart;
    A free banner-of-choice, is an honored national fork.
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