Genoicde, Slavery, Greed

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Genocide, Slavery, Greed

We cry for the slavery that led to such wealth,

This is not just  the land of the free.

We witness genocide all over this earth.

What can we do to end greed?

We cry for the land, full of modified crops

We must work to save human life.

What will our grandchildren have to live through

Since our appetite causes such strife?

The oil wars that started a decade ago

Have moved toward the Caspian Sea.

We are the dissidents, loud, without fear,

Even if we are cut at the knees.

We cry for the news they keep off TV,

The grapevine could snap any day.

Disinformation is the age we live in,

So who’s going to show us the way?

The answer is simple, we grow as a team,

A new brotherhood in the light.

We must build the village, invite all your friends,

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Stardust (2007)


A star shines as it serves its purpose like Love; don’t ever let it fade away!


Paramount Pictures in association with di Bonaventura Pictures, Marv Films and Ingenious Film Partners present…

Stardust was Neil Gaiman’s one of many contributions in his great stories through DC Comics! Published in February 1, 1999 (the collected novel) with Illustrator Charles Vess, it was Awarded for Comic’ Buyer’s Guide for Favorite Limited Series in the same year, he also brought us the other epic comic books such as “Sandman”, “The Dream Hunters” and earlier works from “Marvelman”.

Filled with magic and lore, the story originated from a simple town called Wall just at the edge of the Kingdom of Stormhold where Dunstan, actor Ben Barnes (Chronicles of Narnia) inspires the hard headed young man in his hope to explore the outside world as it becomes happenstance but after a long 18 year period, it…

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Exploring Electric Tokyo

Faith's True Tales

In Kyoto, locals of all ages stared at me. Someone said that it was my light hair and eyes – the sign of a demon. Not your average bad guy demon, but a sort of spirit. The idea still made me uncomfortable. However, when we got to Tokyo, I was the one doing the staring. I couldn’t believe there were so many people in uniform and the same dressed in crazy shoes, wigs, even revealing their butt cheeks in tiny shorts. I could people watch for days. I could play intense arcade games for months and I could fall in love with a city, time and time again, for a lifetime. I could not be much more different from the Japanese yet I felt at home, or maybe it was just a wishful thought. Tokyo put love and detail to even the smallest things. They did they unthinkable in the…

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#15 Horror Book “Dead Zone”

World of Horror


Waking up from a five-year coma after a car accident, former schoolteacher Johnny Smith discovers that he can see people’s futures and pasts when he touches them. Many consider his talent a gift; Johnny feels cursed. His fiance married another man during his coma and people clamor for him to solve their problems. When Johnny has a disturbing vision after he shakes the hand of an ambitious and amoral politician, he must decide if he should take drastic action to change the future.


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