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Old world wisdom, new world insight – poems, poetry, philosophy, dreams, commentary, ideas


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Not identifiable as anything we know

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

UFOs have been reported throughout out planet.
“Flying Saucers” is a term coined by Kenneth Arnold
just two weeks before the Roswell Incident,
on June 24, 1947. Continue reading

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Into the arms of man

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

Times changed. They learned the way
and accepting the path G_d ordered.
Each day a struggle to survive,
knowing peace would become the blessing. Continue reading


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Tin Machine had a sad story to tell

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

It is easy to look back and make connections in placed you did not understand when first encountered.  This one song told me that the creative genius, David Bowie, was very good at telling the story. This song, “One Shot”, is mixed emotion turned all the way up to ‘eleven.’  I guess, sometimes, you can feel bad about the love you have lost while feeling good about a future mate. Continue reading


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The Most Memorable award goes to David Bowie

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

No one can hold a candle to David Bowie.
He was an English singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer, arranger, painter, and actor. He was a music champion even until this day. He innovated style and delivery with producer Brian Eno and many others.

Born and raised in South London, Bowie developed master hits:
Space Oddity” Continue reading