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Donal Mahoney St Louis / United States, Male, 78
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  • POEM: (senryu) How Chilly Is It by WES Vogler (1/20/2016 5:20:00 AM)

    Keep up the good work, Wes.

    Haibun is next.

  • POEM: As Wally Explained On The Locked Side Later by Donal Mahoney (10/24/2015 1:13:00 PM)

    Yes, it was a dream but usually I wake up startled and don't remember enough to write about it.

  • POEM: Caseworker,1962 by Donal Mahoney (8/7/2015 4:04:00 PM)

    In some ways, things are better but in many ways worse. In 1962, at least in Chicago, there was still the JFK hope that so many had- black and white- whether it was realistic or not. I don't sense that communal hope today. In St. Louis, blacks are killing blacks on almost a daily basis but only recently has the black community organized to try to do something about it. Although I am white as a sheet and probably not qualified to judge for that reason, I don't know what good black people can do to disarm black people with guns who shoot both good and bad black people. Al Sharpton comes to St. Louis only when a white cop shoots a black. Sometime even Jesse Jackson still shows up. I would hate to be a caseworker today.

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