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    Postby Tyr-Ziu Saxnot » Wed May 18, 2011 10:54 pm

    Dark Thoughts

    Words hide deep within my aching head

    rise forth from this lazy bed

    Face the world with courage and gentler wit

    prod the demons in that darkest pit



    Task them to do their damnedest , do their best

    slay them first while cursing all the rest

    No idle sleep to weaken my resolve

    that's not how the strong evolve



    The volley was fired many weeks ago

    returning fire livens the deadly show

    Take no prisoners was the commanding call

    finish them off where they fall



    Words swirl deep within my fevered mind

    mercy so elusive and hard to find

    Thoughts that burn the bridges up

    flee from this jagged depressing cup...... Z. --Tyr
    Decided to start a thread for anybody to contribute anything they write. Does not have to be poetry. I hope others will feel free to share a part of their lives. Life is too short and why not share a bit of it in the hope it may help another fellow traveler? Present a short story, a rant, a joke or even just a comment about life in general. --Tyr
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    Fate's Seal Never Yields

    Rain that spins out of control

    pelts down upon a newly born soul

    Awakening thoughts deep within

    of the mortality of lesser men

    Their short lives spent in duties often delayed

    with dreams imagined but never made

    Regret of the coming last dawn lingering around

    like a fish that is dark water bound......................---Tyr
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    B]A River Thought[/B]

    A walk down by the river to settle a worrisome thought

    crazy , mixed up mind battles far too many fought

    The river's passing with its soothing smooth flowing sound

    brings images of angels dancing to the trumpeted sound

    Rage not against fate's dark hand nor its unyielding wall

    pray for abundant life, pray for gentle mercies, pray for us all....-Z. -Tyr
    Forested Night Fragment

    The night was early with forested music ringing out

    moonlight creatures scurrying all about

    Bold running streams splashed and hummed right along

    bubbling touches to the night forest's magic song

    As moon's bright light glows on nature's best views

    I remove my well worn ole camping shoes

    A good night's rest with an early morn foray

    Tomorrow shall be a glorious day, a glorious day

    All in a brilliantly vivid mind's eye dream

    O' so real, so real it seems........ Z.--Tyr
    18 U.S. Code § 2381-Treason Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.

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    Outdoor Prose for All Seasons

    Postby Tyr-Ziu Saxnot » Wed Mar 23, 2011 8:55 pm

    War Demanded



    If only man were like a stout oak tree

    Standing proud and tall for the world to see

    Dreaming of a peaceful culture that truly will last

    Ever seeking a happy future while sailing at full mast



    Reality presents a very different and forceful demand

    Greed calls for taking other's blood , treasure and land

    No small trick starting another evil and bloody war

    With death, misery and cuts leaving a lasting scar



    Any excuse will do when lying is so demanded

    Up is down when right becomes so underhanded

    Why worry at all about the lives destroyed or taken?

    Call for power demands that truth and honor be forsaken



    Every war starts with Truth being pushed aside

    Far too cumbersome and heavy for death's dark ride

    Lies fired from cannons take the first great measure

    After that the vultures descend to take the treasure.... Z. Tyr
    As one can see I know that war will never leave us until we can defeat our own evil nature. Tis' only one way to do that. A shame that so many billions reject it.--Tyr
    18 U.S. Code § 2381-Treason Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.

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    As the sun began to rise, I saw the world with clearer eyes. This morn I find myself to be two times thirty. A brilliant light filters into my brain as I look at the blue clear skies . Suddenly gone are the dark glasses that were ever so painful and dirty. A new day and a new way shines across my path. Shall I trod up those steps leading to the first turn? Or continue my stubbornness until I find God's wrath? Accepting the gift I knew I did not earn? Even with a new outlook decisions are still so very hard. While looking for that fourth ace fate deals us another card. Decision made but still I pause to wonder. Is there another hill , another greener hill way over yonder? -Tyr
    A new day above ground. A new day with my family and my gift. -Tyr
    18 U.S. Code § 2381-Treason Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.

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    A Fight or A Fantasy ?

    Ages ago on a mountain ledge I slew my foe
    A warrior that utterly refused to yield
    As blood lay rich upon the cold packed snow
    I took his valiant life , his sword and his shield

    A memory from a cold and distant past
    A dream from a memory darkened by sleepless nights
    A chill sent so very hard and fast
    A flash of many thrilling and honorable fights

    Fleeting whispers sent to cast off doubt
    Of standards now demanded to be cast aside
    Rage , furiously rage against death's final shout
    Dead heroes welcoming no tales of glory and pride

    Hades embraces fallen soldiers that failed the test
    Of virtue, resolve and duty soundly done
    Pride, courage , glory and all the rest
    Pale in comparison to a justice so honorably won.

    Awaken from a sweat soaked dream
    I wondered had I saw another man's fate
    So real, so very real it did seem
    To be the closing of my earthly gate...-Tyr
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    Outdoor Prose for All Seasons

    Postby Tyr-Ziu Saxnot » Sat Mar 19, 2011 1:42 am

    Just Words

    T is for Truth that yields never

    Y is for Youth that should be forever

    R is for Respect for honor and it's reward

    Z is for Zero a nice balance on any credit card

    I is for Integrity so needed for us all

    U is for Unity , together we stand tall

    S is for Security needed for a sane mind

    A is for Admirable traits often so hard to find

    X is for X-factor a strangely curious term

    N is for Negativity so often held too firm

    O is for Opportunity to be the very best

    T is for Thanks to each and every honored guest... Z. -Tyr Ziu Saxnot
    I can do that to any word given me. For example lets do Drummond...

    D is for Destiny = a future unknown

    R is for Reality = as appetizing as a bone

    U is for Unification= so important to us all

    M is for Memory= so necessary to recall

    M is for Manners = which show respect for others

    O is for Oath = of love we have for our mothers

    N is for Nation = that serves to represent our desires

    D is for Duty = a torch with eternal fire... --Tyr
    A quick brain exercise I sometimes do to waste a few moments between moves in a chess game. .. As now my opponent taking too long to make a forced move. He has only one move possible with his king now in check.. Yet he wastes precious time for no good reason. --Tyr
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    Power speaks and justice be damned to hell

    ban the ringing of the world's churchbells

    Injustice brings fruits that rot the heart

    black with evil from the start

    The righteous smugness of injustice's ardent fan

    affirms the evil always in the heart of man

    Demand truth for its saving grace

    insist on justice for the human race.......tzs
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    Outdoor Prose for All Seasons

    Postby Tyr-Ziu Saxnot » Sat May 07, 2011 2:42 am



    Southern Tornadoes, Rain and Mississippi flood



    Wind and rain O' what a pain,

    havoc and destruction brought

    Endurance and hope again,

    overcomes what nature has wrought



    Second wave brings a slow river flood

    coursing its way down

    Spilling out like hot ,dripping red blood

    staining precious fertile ground



    Stand your ground against it all

    nature must be fought

    Rise again to stand proud and tall

    victory earned not bought............--Z. Tyr



    Although we had a bad spell here I thank God for our blessings. So many others around the South had it so much worse and the coming flooding of Memphis remains to be seen how bad it will be. That 'ole mighty Mississippi river takes no prisoners.-Tyr
    This was from three years ago . I had just started regaining my strength after my heart attack. And part of my recovery was in writing my thoughts down. --Tyr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyr-Ziu Saxnot View Post
    A new day above ground. A new day with my family and my gift. -Tyr
    OK, revision and editing completed .




    Sunrise and Dreams of Past.


    As the sun began to rise, I saw the world with clearer eyes
    this morn I find myself to be two times thirty
    A brilliant light filters into my brain as I look at the blue clear skies
    suddenly gone are the dark glasses that were ever so painfully dirty


    A new day and a new way shines across my path
    shall I trod up those steps leading to the first turn
    Or continue my stubbornness until I find God's wrath
    accepting the gift I knew I did not earn


    Even with a new outlook decisions are still so very hard
    while looking for that fourth ace fate deals us another card
    Decision made but still I pause to wonder
    is there another hill , another greener hill way over yonder


    Another night of strange and horrific dreams
    of pain, death and life crushing combat
    All so terrible and very real it seems
    still shaken from the fear of that


    Understand now, dreams into a distant and savage past
    perhaps of the tales of one of my ancestor's deeds
    Pray these visions too shall soon pass
    more sleep , more blessed sleep to better fill my needs


    So cruel were the duties of such savage men
    death, destruction and lives ever so wasteful
    Makes me wonder yet again
    Why eat bloody manna that is ever so distasteful-Tyr
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    Outdoor Prose for All Seasons

    Postby Tyr-Ziu Saxnot » Sun May 22, 2011 1:10 pm

    Truth Springs Forth

    I slumbered in the shadows of my past

    until shakened opened eyed at last

    All the memories that fill my heart

    these too shall someday depart

    I wandered in the midst of never ending time

    birthing glories not worth a dime

    Only now with the glow of setting Sun

    do I see the victories so falsely won............Z. --Tyr


    Sharia law states all infidels must convert or die and gays must hang!
    I hope somebody gets something from these. It takes a lot to bear one's soul for others to see. --Tyr.
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    Harvested Bounty

    Deep and dark are the thick , tall forested hills
    where swift icy streams send cold crossing chills
    Thinning out where the trees meet the grassy meadows and fields
    hunters reap the harvest that nature so bountifully yields

    An early morning hunt that provided food for hearth and home
    gathered with weapons in hands as hunters ever so quietly roam
    Nature reluctantly gives up its great living treasure
    as grateful families thank God for gifts beyond measure.

    Home before noon to have newly cooked meals
    Satisfied and amply fed , pure bliss is how it feels
    Early afternoon nap to renew those hardy spirits
    nature whispers inspirations, can you hear it?
    03-12-2014 --Tyr
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    Republicans in Congress drone their same-old tired chant:
    “Compromise with Democrats? We never will! We shan’t!
    Cut spending and close loopholes? Our constituents say no!”
    And Republicans across the States cry, “Wait! That isn’t so!”

    But Republicans in Congress say, “We’ll carry out your wish!
    You’d rather cut the milit’ry than tax the super-rich!
    We’ll keep those loopholes open while we cut with all our might!”
    And Republicans across the States cry, “Stop! That is not right!”

    But Republicans in Congress say, “We’re listening to you!
    You’d rather risk recession than to increase revenue!
    The rich, they need their money. Our schools can take the hit!”
    And Republicans across the States cry, “That’s certainly not it!”

    But Republicans in Congress say, “We’ll do just what you’ve asked!
    You’ll pay more in spending cuts; the rich, though, won’t be taxed!”
    We say that we want balance. We’ve asked them this for years!
    “We’re listening!” they pledge to us . . . with fingers in their ears.

    --Rebecca Rose

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    Good stuff, Tyr!

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    Outdoor Prose for All Seasons

    Postby Tyr-Ziu Saxnot » Sun Jun 05, 2011 5:24 pm

    The Last Banquet

    Sun shines brightly over America's green pastures

    sheep sleeping sublimely unaware of their masters

    Death of a giant must be carefully carried out

    stifle all those that begin to write and shout

    Stuff the giant with its last deadly meal

    then all treasure will be easy to steal

    Only if the giant refuses its deadly meal to eat

    can the evil masters be finally beat.....Tyr



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    Postby Tyr-Ziu Saxnot » Sun May 29, 2011 1:57 pm

    Death of my Hometown

    A visit to my home town was sad

    found lacking in so much of what it had

    Gone are the old familiar sights

    replaced by empty lots and blight

    Gone too are the incoming rural weekend crowds

    when dead or dying not much is allowed

    Found that which I had come to fear

    so sadly shocked that I didnt shed a tear.

    Thirty five years away and time seems to have brought

    death and destruction to that which I so eagerly sought

    Not that I didnt expect the changes to be great

    just that I wasnt prepared to find its too late......--Tyr



    Saturday morning I drove to my hometown. Only family I have there now is my two younger twin brothers(they moved back 6 years ago). Myself and seven other siblings all moved away decades ago. I was the first to leave that actually never returned to live there. The town of 3,365 people once was a very busy place. Streets crowded and so much life. So many kids. Families back then in the rural South had more children. When I think back to my school days all my friends seemed to have several brothers and sisters. I guess the average family there had 4 or 5 kids. Many families like mine had over ten! The town was vibrant and full of life but the powers that be there didnt allow for proper growth. Appears that over 90% of those of my generation journeyed away to settle elsewhere after finding greater opportunities and better life.. It was just so sad and to find that most of the decay has occured in the last twenty years or so. Sure, we that refused to return may be greatly to blame but why return to a small town that had such corrupt local government and police force?? I look at my son AND THINK HOW MUCH HE WILL MISS OF THAT WHICH I IN MY YOUTH ENJOYED THERE! Then I remember also the bad there. I think of the town's sad fate , its current decay and think I am happy my son is not there. There almost nothing there anymore. Not just the material things but the people! Those of the older generation are pretty much all passed on now. So many of them I came to know in my late teens and early manhood were truly fine people. All gone except two. O' yes they lived and lived a fine full life but that which was left there is only a shell, an empty shell of its former self. Am I sad and disappointed about it all? Sure but I realise that possibly its a just reward for the corruption and the ruling powers that controlled that small town. They refused to let it grow, thinking to control it by not allowing it to become too large to control. In the end they just insured its sad fate. Its true one can never go back. The farther back one attempts to go the less one finds. I wonder just how many small towns have suffered the same fate in America? I had foolishly a couple years ago thought of moving back there for my son's sake. Now I see what a mistake I almost made! Now I remember why I chose to buy a house and remain here! You can never truly go back.--Tyr



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    Postby Tyr-Ziu Saxnot » Wed May 25, 2011 1:31 pm

    May 25th Praise Day

    This morning hope leaps out to meet a wonderful day

    thank God, thank God is enough to say

    Life's blessings acknowledged for all to see

    welcoming more with righteous plea

    Living life for others brings rewards by the score

    greater life awaits on this distant shore

    Once cast adrift , a better home was given

    now to begin a new and better livin'.......Z- Tyr



    Finding that life must be met head on. No time to regret past wrongs,hardships or unfullfilled hopes. Living with a renewed hope that the future will bring enough years to see my son become a fine young man before I depart. Yes, a new start with a new course. A different fork in the road just may lead to a better destination.
    Life never ceases to amaze. Even a hard case like me can mellow out and see the light before passing on.. -Tyr
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    Justice served is justice indeed

    Let us await until too damn late
    is the call for the day now
    Ignorantly await the coming horrible fate
    like a dying mule harnessed to a broken plow

    Lies served up like a fine meal with apple pie
    as we eagerly smile while gobbling it all down
    promises more numerous than clouds in the sky
    accepted by dumbasses, fools and ignorant clowns

    Do not be unhappy or quietly seething in dismay
    as we embrace a "messiah" to soothe our follies
    Even asked the bastard to please, please stay
    As he shafted us all to get his jollies

    May justice meet all that begged for that false treasure
    as they sit confused and in their usual stupid dreams
    Let fire and sword strike with greatest measure
    those that lived by corruptions and evil dastardly schemes--Tyr
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