- This was a favorite visitor in Nova Scotia, Canada.
- This was one Moon Photo while in Nova Scotia, CA.
- This sign: Local Mennonite grain and dairy Farmer.
- The field of golden straw shared two wagon bales.
` This isn't a Canadian Porcupine. It's the Racoon.
The black standard poodle shook her to death.
In the Washington Post on Saturday, June 23rd, 2012 I ponder a interesting article by journalist:
Craig Whitlock -
U.S. Seeks to return to SE Asian bases. 'As the Obama administration revamps Asian strategy in response to China's Rising as a economic power DOD is returning to
CAM RANH BAY
read the good article?
Cam Rang Bayis a deep harbor port. The USA airfield in the sixties housed`
B- 52 bombers.
The news (sad) is:
Worth a sad read.
The anti-war artist named`
GOYA, a Spanish artist. Yes.
In the 1800's he did a series:
"THE DISASTERS OF WAR."
I visited a N.S. Gallery too.
I peek. It's a antiwar`Gallery.
Painting War Out Of Picture:
ART OF WAR - Geoff Butler.
He's expressing his `Self.
He lives in `Granville Ferry.
Nova Scotia, CA. BOS 1 KO
a poem from Thich Nhat Hanh -
Written in 1966. Post an attack.
School of Youth - Social Service -
unknown men tossed grenades -
humanitarian workers got dead -
Today I Remember - Grenades -
smile? John Baca CMH - Flopper -
J. Phillip B. flops a steel Pot-Hat -
The GI (grunt) got a WW2 Pot-Hat -
John Baca flop a WW2- Hat atop -
Gaud J.P.Baca? What You Think?
I always call Medal (CMH) Baca?
Baca Good Loco Pot-Hat-Flop!
(You had to been there? No!)
Be there in war in, Vicariously.
THOSE WHO HAVE NOT EXLODED
Tai (Teacher) fled Vietnam in the sixties.
I don't know,
I just don't know
they hurl grenades
at these young people.
Why wish to kill
those boys with still innocent brows,
those girls with ink-stained hands?
What was there crime? -
to hear the voice of compassion?
to come and live in a hamlet,
to hel the villagers,
teach the children,
work in the paddies?
Last night when those grenades burst,
twelve young people fell
with mangled bodies and burst skin.
One girl's flesh tookore than 600 metal
bits of shrapnel [ I add - war metal burns].
This morning two are burried.
Each waits for the sun to rise again
in our motherland
Each long for peace,
to be reborn as a butterfly.
W accept death and sorrow.
brothers and sisters,
those grenades have burst
and ripped apart te sky.
Those boys and girls are gone,
leaving a rail of blood.
But there are more grenades
than those that burnt last night.
There are more grenades
caught in the heart of life.
Do you hear me?
There are more that are yet to burst.
in the heartof man/woman -
unknown ,when they will desecrate our land;
unknown, the time they will annihilate our people.
we beg you to believe
there is no hatred in our hearts,
what we all need
Come, hear me,
for time grows short
and danger everywhere.
Let us take those grenades
out of our hearts,
Let us stand.
Let us stand.
side by side.
This may be 2- parts?
It's important to read?
NYT & WASH/POST?
It's DOD ` PENTEGON
article by` Craig Whitlock -
It grabbed my attention:
Grenades cause cruel pain.
I show my lower legs? huh?
If Ya show me bellybutton.
Geoff Butler is a Canadian.
He paints. He spreads peace.
Atlantic Canada seems Peace.
Look him up? I did a back post.
I'll return after a walk in fields.
I will mosey to the back creek.
I'll get refreshed. Wet feet . . .
ALTERNET sent Hot View News.
I just got their daily email. Great.
We gotta do what is right. Best.
I didn't proofread. I lazy bones.