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(1): Shotgun vs. Lafcadio Hearn

Rossetti, says Dr. Hearn, was a man of the middle ages. He was born, out of his time, in the Victorian era, and hated the science and philosophy of his day. Sounds like my kind of poet. Oddly enough, in … Continue reading

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Why Seb Ronin Needs Balls. (Or, why WN’s need poets, part II).

~ All are born Yankees of the race of men And this, too, now the country of the damned ~ Tate White nationalists walk a scary line when they reject their poets. Yes, yes, I know.  I can hear the … Continue reading

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Will I Ever Know You?

Before the mountains met their roots In the womb of God’s great sea And the birds in flight had yet to light Upon the gnarled tree, Long before the mighty pillars so strong and true were laid and the moon … Continue reading

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A Shock of Faith

Something is knocking, Outside my window, it’s calling, It’s scratching and pawing, Though it barks without falling…(I’m on the second floor.) I pretend not to listen, Claim I can’t hear, The horror is knocking! I tremble in fear…(My window is … Continue reading

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Let it Be!

Let it be that the night shines brightest When all the world lingers in the blackest hiatus. And let the streams flow from unknown places, While knights cringe in fear during their acts so courageous! And let the “wise” worry … Continue reading

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Wielding Emily

(I wrote this in response to an article at AlternativeRight.  The author promotes a retreat from contemporary society; abandoning white women to neo-feminism. I think Christian men should die fighting for the archtypical woman and wield her bravely, as God intended. Read … Continue reading

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All Praise to the God of Clowns

All praise to the god of harlequins and fools The god to whom chaste clowns kneel to. Through fickle fire and downcast sequins, The clown God frolics while frantic flocks seek him. Seeking through ruin pain and despair, Their cartwheels … Continue reading

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A Letter to Shotgun from His Knees:

Dear Sir, Our doubt in respite, We take great delight, In examining your plight…so listen to we: It can’t hardly be fair, To crouch in despair, With considerable air…mourning to your King! We’re pressed to the ground While you bay … Continue reading

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William and the Wall Part II

   William and the Wall Part II was written by Shotgun’s Dad: And as the boy pondered the voices he’d heard, Wrestling with concepts and considering each word; He found that his attention was unknowingly shifted, To the corners of … Continue reading

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William and the Wall Pt. 1

Mortified young William shook Upon the school steps weary, Sorrow upon reflection took More courage than is often hooked And left our hero silly. Scratch. Scratch. Scratch.  The sound of terror, Shaking his small heart, On the wall a ghostly … Continue reading

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