Resistance Poetry
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Resistance Poetry

Balance of Power

Truth that rhymes

The Invisible Woman (author’s photo)

“Truth fails not,” a man once said
(Though honors soon went to his head).
As men grow older, truth grows hard,
Replaced by money and regard
Till, petrified with work long past,
Each falls to mumbling at the last,
While still believing that his voice
Is clear and strong. What is his choice?

Verse as Commentary

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