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Day 23 – Dear diary, it appears individuals have decided that my visual poetry is not genuine art.  Many praise the 1633 Easter Wings and The Altar visual poetry by George Herbert.  But then, they readily scrutinize and devalue my visual poetry.  I wonder how can anyone praise the talent of one and quickly disregard that of another.  Even so, I’ve been blessed with creative ability and come January 2009, my visual poetry will honor John McCain or Barack Obama.  Bob Marley’s song Who the Cap Fit puts it all into perspective.  For, it seems as though many hypocrites and parasites do exist; but who God bless, no one curse.  

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Day 22 – Dear diary, I survived Hurricane Ike; but as extreme winds swirled about, it reminded me of Dorothy’s house tossed around in The Wizard of Oz.  When one experiences Hurricane winds, it certainly brings about a new outlook on life.  Consequently, it is essential that I honor John McCain or Barack Obama with the most outstanding Presidential Poetic Portrait and Visual Poetry.  For, the 2008 election is unique and I am prepared to fulfill my destiny to assure that the next United States President is suitably acknowledged.       

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Day 21 – Dear diary, wouldn’t you know it, as Hurricane Ike Turner churns ever so close, my creative juices are flowing nonstop.  But, no matter how much I would like to capture every thought; Hurricane Ike Turner is forcefully demanding my undivided attention.  As God is my witness, neither snow nor heat nor a threatening Hurricane Ike Turner will prevent the debut of the presidential poetic portrait.  Regardless of storm surges, tornados or severe winds I am determined to honor the next United States President; be it John McCain or Barack Obama.

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Day 20 – Dear diary, the Presidential Poetic Portrait has sparked so much frenzy.  Many question how I can honor an unpopular republican President.  And, some believe only a well known poet should create a presidential poem.  For, only time-honored poets have delivered U. S. Presidential inaugural poems.  My poetry isn’t well known as Maya Angelou’s or Edgar Allan Poe’s.  My art isn’t famous as George Herbert’s or Michelangelo’s.  But, my talent is as bona fide as notable poets and artists.  So, neither critics nor naysayer will halt the Presidential Poetic Portrait and Visual Poetry in honoring John McCain or Barack Obama.

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