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It is my goal to currently update this website with new content. In a few weeks I plan to have my first effort at a novel The Crown of Fools up in a chapter by chapter format. Of course everything here is free for the reading copyright Tommy R. Atkins, 2018. Gotta love the legal mumbo-jumbo. I will […]

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Said the Dove with Painful Flinches

The endless counted offenses(Which the sane regard non-senses)Reached the star-born EagleAs he perched above.’By words alone, you’re violent,’A Bigot and a Tyrant!’ Shouted from below himSome who broke a weeping dove.’I know not what you mean here,’Said the Eagle to the hear-ers,’You have had your say-so,’And in your parties formed-‘Did you not demand acceptance?’And has […]

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Psalm of the Patriot

Though the ghost of their failuresNow well up around usNow is no time to lose your nerve And though the shouting and wailingNow threaten to drown usAs the country, she cries, in great pain and great hurt Oh, once proud Raptor, what’s there to say?Your vision’s grown cloudy,Your Talons worn dull But in the great […]

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Problematic, as defined by The Whispers of a Madman Amongst All the Blood and Copper Wire

Problematic, adj.: A term appended to a benign, and typically beloved aspect or product of a culture, with the aim of making it shunned by, and unpalatable to society. The term is most often utilized in the following scenarios: 1) As an attempt to stain said product or aspect as either “bigoted” or “phobic” utilizing a […]

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Privilege, as defined by “An Oral History of the Second Civil War”

Privilege -n. 1) An evil inescapably inherent in one’s enemies that exists in oneself as only entitled virtue. 2) A fallacious process of assigning perceived benefits that exist only to make invalid any argument presented by one who is accused of possessing them. Eg. Ambulatory female who has not once eaten a three-tiered cake alone and […]

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Chapter Twenty-Eight; Epilogue

As predicted, once the Porkish Queen was dead (or at least plummeting towards some bottomless dimension of eternal torment), the Pigmen’s one advantage, that of the hive mind, was taken from them. Better still, it seemed that the enslaved knights had been freed, and were fighting the towering piggy warriors with shovels and picks; even […]

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