Chews Wisely Poetry

Chews Wisely Signature
JLY aka Chews Wisely, L.A. Poet
 
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30/04/2016
FRIENDS

Determined
to
make
a
better
life
together
as
Americans
(todos somos?)
Those
are
the
kind of
neighbors
I
like

***
01/05/2016
RESPECT

I’ll show you mine you show me yours

***
05/05/2016
A DIALOGUE

A: Do you think he knows?
B: Oh, yes. They all do.
A: Then why hasn’t he done anything about it?
CU: It’s…underway.

***
09/05/2016
Some circumstances require great courage

***
16/05/2016
YOUNG MINDS

how
rewarding
to give
young
minds
encouragement
in a world
where
a
major
presidential
candidate






…stump-ed?

***
16/05/2016
For the sake of our children, civility must prevail.

***
12/06/2016
let us
take
great
PRIDE
in how we
comfort
each other
today

 

 
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01/04/2016
GEARS

You
must
realize
if
they
abandon
your
rickshaw
you’re
just
some
pompous
a-hole
sitting
in
a
caboose

***
01/04/2016
LOOK AT ME

the
problem
with
over-sharing
on
social-media
much like
running at the mouth
is that
everyone
sees you

***
08/04/2016
DROP OUT BE IN

I
wonder
what
would
happen
if
I
purposely
left
my
“smart”
phone
at
home
at
least
once
a
week?
I
might
have
to
ask
someone
for
directions
(and make a new friend?)
I
might
have
to
notice
what’s
around
me
for once:
(SHUDDER)
Nevermind.

***
29/07/2016
start
talking
to
each
other
face
to
face
 

 
***
14/04/2016
Just
saw
a
drone
outside
my
apartment
window
It’s
probably
nothing
RIGHT??

***
14/04/2016
YEAH

I
talk
too
much
then
you
did
too
time to sing

***
14/04/2016
MAYBE

songs are better when you’ve heard enough

***
22/06/2016
WHAT WOULD BUDDHA SAY?

I was
driving home
from the
dojo
where
I had
just been
practicing
beating the
daylights
out of
an
imaginary
opponent
with
a
big
stick
I took an
unfamiliar
route
home
it
was
late
there
weren’t many
cars around
I guess I
didn’t notice
some
traffic sign
At the next
light
a cocky
guy
with
vanity
plates
sped up
beside me
he started
ridiculing me
and calling me
idiot
I turned past
the
big stick
lying across
my passenger seat
to look at him
he wasn’t
a cop
it wasn’t
his job
to punish me
I rolled down
my window:
“I made a mistake;
just like your parents did.”

That did not
diffuse
the situation.

 

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