The Bard From The Sea

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The poem ends with the bard urging us to demand participatory democracy from our increasingly authoritarian governments, and begins with the end of the only true golden age our world has seen - the time before civilization's scourges began to afflict humanity with seemingly endless suffering. Civilization has been a catastrophe, all propaganda and wishful thinking aside, and it needs a re-think. More
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I'm a grocery store cashier by day, and a poet-animal by night. I also write short fiction, fairy tales, the occasional essay, and a little light erotica. I laugh at myself and cry for the world, and I make a great Egg Florentine for my frequent overnight guests. What's life without love? It's like a shell without the egg inside.

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About the Series: World on Fire Poetry
When future people decipher our computers, they will find pre-apocalyptic writings in abundance. Will those future societies avoid the fate that the current civilization is magnetically attracted to? Only if they heed the warnings given in literature such as World on Fire Poetry. Now is the time for poets to be forceful and explicit!

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Review by: Flex X on July 21, 2016 :
Well written, good message, a call to action. I didn't fully get the connection between the title (The Bard from the Sea) and the content of the poem, I was expecting more of a sea story or wise sailor telling of journeys, but I suppose this is a voice calling to humanity from the infinite, a poem of warning.
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Review by: Prasant on Aug. 28, 2014 :
nice message......
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Review by: Klarcen on Aug. 27, 2014 : (no rating)
Good poem. Liked it.
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