from Michnavs and Poet Rummager
Collage Art by Poet Rummager
Within this brick wall,
lies my heart where no light shines.
Rejected, it sleeps.
Hidden in the dark –
dreaming so damn hard and tight.
You’re not mine, it weeps.
In this tiny room,
my heart beats against the stone –
bruised yet still hopeful.
Bleeding and in pain,
it yearns to be free again.
Walls start to crumble.
Deep scars you might keep.
Love may fade, but you decide –
Are you strong or weak?
Haiku poetry by Michnavs andPoet Rummager
from Living a Beautiful Life
“I don’t like being touched.”
“Yes.” He knelt beside her.
“May I touch you?” He repeated.
He placed his warm palms on the front of each of her shoulders, and gently pushed down toward the yoga mat.
“Breathe into your resistance,” he said. “And release it.”
She focused on her breathing.
“You are safe.”
How does he know? She tensed.
“It’s okay. Inhabit your body.” His voice was far away.
Tears pooled in her ears, overflowed, and ran down her neck.
“Breathe into your bones. They are yours.”
from Louise Mensch
Exclusive: Sources close to the intelligence community report that at least six separate FISA warrants were granted in the case of Donald Trump and his team’s collusion with Russia. A separate source confirms that the FISA warrant I reported on November 7th at Heat Street, granted against two Russian banks, was in fact two separate FISA warrants, granted on the same day. These two warrants form part of the six total granted warrants sources report, although, these sources say, there may be further warrants both granted and renewed.
On Jan 11th Paul Wood of the BBC reported exclusively that the exact date of the FISA warrant against these banks – now clarified by sources to have been two separate warrants, one for each bank, Alfa Bank and Silicon Valley Bank – was October 15th. My story designated the date merely as October.
As the Trump-Russia prosecutions come closer, further details…
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