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Archive for October, 2008

Day 28 – Dear Diary, the 2008 presidential race is nearing the home stretch.  There’s Barack Obama galloping in on Change, Rhetoric-Ready, carrying bags of confetti promises.  And, John McCain determinedly sauntering in on Country-First, Guarantee; balanced with years of experience.  Well, so goes the 2008 presidential race, the most expensive and yet, the most aggressive battle for Commander-In-Chief, ever.  Still, I’m prepared to honor John McCain or Barack Obama with the unique Presidential Poetic Portrait and Visual Poetry.  

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Day 27 – Dear Diary, I have not missed a beat in creating the Presidential Poetic Portrait and Visual Poetry to honor John McCain or Barack Obama.  The 2008 presidential campaign has Americans questioning if John McCain or Barack Obama would be the best candidate to steer the United States through these uncertain economic times.  I think the 2008 presidential race predictions would’ve been simple if the candidates had treated one another with respect and brotherly love.  I am moved by Patti LaBelle lyrics in Wouldn’t It Be Beautiful.  America would be better off if we consistently display love and acceptance of one another. 

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Day 26 – Dear Dairy, it’s just 21 days until the USA election 2008 and I’m feeling energized as I continue to weave Presidential Poetic Portraits and Visual Poetry.  I’m writing about John McCain, Barack Obama and President George W. Bush.  President Bush has been America’s Commander-In-Chief for eight years; doesn’t he deserve to be honored for years of service.  As a result, I’m dedicated to maintaining my tradition of honoring America’s incoming and outgoing Presidents.  Traditions are important to uphold; so, I’m waiting at the presidential race finish line, to honor John McCain or Barack Obama along with President Bush.         

          

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Day 25 – Dear diary, my goal to honor John McCain or Barack Obama is on task.  I’m continuing to interweave and precisely sculpt the Presidential Poetic Portraits and Visual Poetry.  The 2008 presidential campaign has many emulating my visual poetry; I’ll take this as a compliment, since imitation is supposedly the highest form of flattery.  It’s a good thing, because the public is now more aware of visual poetry; all courtesy of the 2008 presidential candidates.  Regardless, I remain true to the original form of visual poetry; the same as George Herbert in 1633. 

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Day 24 – Dear diary, I am blocking the negative vibes of others, because defeat is and never will be an option.   No, I’m not known by many and I do not have “A Name That You Know”.  Instead, I’m an unknown writer committed to paying tribute to our next President, whether John McCain or Barack Obama.  I’m an unknown writer who will honor President George W. Bush as he completes his second term.  The African prince, Ibrahima and other souls tapped into their resilient determination to endure the abomination of slavery.  The pessimism hurled my way does not compare to slavery; just the same, I’ll firmly stand against it.    

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