An Awakening in Haiku: Writing Contest


Jillian Perkins
Activist Post

I loved dancing, fun
My sister: a good Christian
She did not approve

Sis said: act your age
Whose rules would I let rule me
Not hers, not theirs: mine

From Ralph Emerson:
“Let a man then know his worth”
Tattooed on my thigh

The search has begun
What does it mean to be free
How do I find it

From Wilcock to Icke
Activist and Huffington
Posts, sages, knowledge

Add in DMT
Channels, seers, inner knowing
A picture forming

Humans are one race
We are in this together
Let go of all hate

There are those who would
Destroy, destruct, weaken, kill
With food, drugs, war, thought

Their grip is choking
Police, surveillance, churches
Food control, doctors

Freedoms vanishing
Oppression is gaining ground
They are panicking

Now give thanks to them
What? You want me to thank them?
Yes, love the bad guys

They have given gold
Opportunity for us
To come together

They teach the lesson
That we are stronger than they
That we are all one

And that includes them
Overcome with peace and love
Forgive: be divine

Thank you my sister
For bringing truth to my eyes
Though you may see not

Love thine enemy
As thyself, and you will see
The transformation

A New Earth coming
We will create what we want
By what we reflect

So reflect love, peace
Harmonize, cooperate
Be true to yourself

This submission has been entered into a contest to win 2 premium tickets + $500 for travel to see David Icke at Wembley Arena, London — October 27, 2012.  If you like this article, please share it far and wide, as the winner will be determined by the total number of pageviews acquired before the end of the contest on June 15th.  For additional details about submissions, please visit our Contest Page.

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