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Vibrant Correlation

Updated on June 21, 2013

Paint for me
the sun rising on
The Syrian hills
The desert willows,
where the free Syrian soldiers
standing impenetrable,
bulwarks,
lifting the clouds
on buoyant rays and
waking a chorus
of songbirds
whose vibrant correlation
with morning glories
is irrevocably guaranteed.

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      cleaner3 3 years ago

      powerful Poetry... James.. beautiful expression shaded with the sadness of the words from politicians who will not do nothing to stop the killing.

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      Zubair Ahmed 3 years ago

      Nice - I am all for saving Syria but would love not to see another Iraq or Libya. GUess the way US, UK and France are planning for it. It may turn into another front for invading

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      Tijani Achamlal 3 years ago from Morocco

      Michael ,

      Thanks so much for the concern.Rarely to find people like you there who are concerned about Syrian issues.

      You are a good person with big heart.

      James

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      Tijani Achamlal 3 years ago from Morocco

      It wont inshaallah:)

      Thanks so much Zubair

      James

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      Prisana Nuechterlein 3 years ago from Thailand and Colorado

      Hi James,

      I am posting you comment re:my comment on poor Epi's poem...there was some confusion because my comment was not my words...I had copied and pasted from an article and in my haste forgot to attribute where excerpt came from but the Universe works in mysterious ways and maybe it wanted me to know your view point, which you generously wrote. I will comment more following your comment here:

      prisana,

      I have a comment on the comment you stated here.It is taken from my oem :Don t go to Geneva.

      Everyone is an hypocrite

      much more induldged in criticizing the Saudit

      for not letting women driving cars

      and never ever dared to air the Tzars

      torturing Syrian women behind bars.

      Women and kids are killed in great numbers.Check in Google the Massacre of Houla as an examle ,where most killed were children and women.You may have wondered why Bachar is targetting kids and women.The answer is very simple.He is trying to restore a balance of fear, perhaps the most powerful weapon in the hands of tyrants throughout history. Killing children is supposed to intimidate the opposition.That's what Iran did in 2009 when the so-called Green Revolution arose after the disputed presidential elections. Tehran used its paramilitary Basij militias to brutally suppress the protests. But that was before the Arab uprisings showed people throughout the Middle East that sometimes revolutions do succeed.

      When al-Assad scans the horizon, he sees what happened to other Arab dictators. The presidents of Egypt, Tunisia and Yemen have lost power. The example of Moammar Gadhafi does not seem to apply to him so far, since opinion in the West until now has leaned against direct military intervention.A reign of terror helped al-Assad's father, the feared Hafez Assad, keep power for three decades, and then hand the country to his son as if it amounted to private property to be inherited by the next generation. When the elder Assad faced an uprising in 1982, he ordered his loyal army to pulverize the opposition. The entire town of Hama was razed to the ground. Estimates of the dead range from 10,000 to 30,000 killed by Assad's troops. That put a quick end to the revolt.

      The younger al-Assad is trying to do his father proud. But, despite the mounting death toll, he has lost the weapon of fear. Already 13,000 people are said to have died in the Syrian uprising. Despite that, the protesters are not staying home.

      Al-Assad, incidentally, denies any responsibility for the Houla massacre. He blames what he calls "terrorists," but nobody's buying his denials. Witnesses say, and the evidence confirms, that government troops started firing tank shells and mortars at protesters during the Friday demonstration that has become a ritual of the anti-dictatorship movement.

      You said :Rebels use terrorist tactics exclusively which makes them: Terrorists.. Can you give me such examples.?

      and also :The "rebels" say there is no place for Christianity in a post Assad Syria.Can you point who said that ?

      In Every War Must End ,Fred Charles Ikle says:

      In the turbulent era ahead, crises will occur that threaten national survival and utter destruction might not be averted without the prompt use of military force. It is crucial, therefore, that the United States and its friends relearn the rules for ending a war with strategic foresight and skill so that the hard-won military victory will purchase a lasting political success.

      USA must interfere to stop the genocides made by Syrian army against civilians,bearing in mind how to deal the period after the Al Assad,not repeating the same mistakes they made in Iraq.They should have that Strategy,I think they learned quickly from Iraq invasion.That s why they are training some special freedom fighters in Jordan .

      Thanks for the visit and comment.

      ps.your comment should be in an other hub not here.Maybe you made a mistake.anyway,Thanks

      Many blessings

      James

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      END OF JAMES COMMENT

      Not sure what you mean by don't go to Geneva. My father, half-brother, half sister and tons of folks I know live in Geneva.

      As for everything else you wrote...really interesting but I will need to reread it to digest it and give you a better reply later. I agree with Zubair..we cannot and SHOULD NOT start another Iraq/Afghanistan disaster. THERE HAS TO BE A BETTER OPTION! Sorry for all caps but really tired of seeing so many innocent people killed and our poor soldiers used as disposable daipers. Enough truly is enough. Enough war for profit...Haliburton and Company. OK gotta run and get the car fixed. Thanks again for your thoughts!

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      TDM 3 years ago from Welcome to my beautiful world, where magic is no longer a myth.

      Well mister wolf,

      That was an amazing Read. Powerful, short, and sweet. Keep up the good work.voted up.

      I. White

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      Tijani Achamlal 3 years ago from Morocco

      Prisana,

      Sorry to say that you really dont know what s going on in Syria.You have just few information.I didnt refer to Geneva as a city but as a probable conference( that France,UK and USA trying to arrange )discussing a binding ceasefire in Syria under Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter.

      " we cannot and SHOULD NOT start another Iraq/Afghanistan disaster "

      So,I guess no oil,

      means no interest

      like energy for cars

      is what will make a difference

      and life goes on

      but the Syrian history will not forget the world s deep silence

      If not for the people,do it for the children and the ancient monuments ,EXCLUDING ISLAMIC ONES

      Enough truly is enough will prevail only if we all write to congressmen to tell them to speak out and things will start to change again. Gandhi says:Be the change you wish to see in the world.

      Sitting and praying wont move mountains,not even a pebble.

      James

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      Tijani Achamlal 3 years ago from Morocco

      Hey Isaac

      where have you been?long time no see:)I hope things going so well with you.

      Thanks for the visit and comment!

      James

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      TDM 3 years ago from Welcome to my beautiful world, where magic is no longer a myth.

      Sorry I have been so busy with work. and all. I have been very busy lately. So, I try to come when I can.

      I. White

      P.S. Your welcome

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      Tijani Achamlal 3 years ago from Morocco

      Ok Isaac:) Glad to hear you are okay.

      Have a wonderful weekend there!

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      TDM 3 years ago from Welcome to my beautiful world, where magic is no longer a myth.

      as to you.

      I. White

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      Cat 3 years ago from New York

      Well, sweet James, I think this is lovely and poignant... and you fight for these people and all people; everyone deserves better and these people need a voice too! James... how admirable the way you stand up for them, it would be excellent if they were able to see these things you write. I hope you have connections to get them over that way. I'm sure your words would mean very much to them.

      Hugs and love,

      Cat

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