Some seem to fight for backward
I fight for forward
In the past few days Arizona passed a pro-discrimination law http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc/arizona-passes-law-allowing-discrimination , a guy was acquitted of murder in Florida after firing on a car of four black teenagers killing one http://www.cnn.com/2014/02/20/justice/florida-loud-music-case/ , and my home state,
Georgia, is adding the Confederate flag to car license plates http://www.leftypop.com/2014/02/21/conferate-flag-pride-prejudice/ . For the haiku prompt http://louceel.blogspot.com/p/haiku-friday-rules.html sponsored by Lou and Tara, I chose this angle.
Here’s The Stones.
I wrote two books. They got good reviews. The third one, a sequel to the first, Woman Of Troy, is on the way, next month.
The Ballad of Helene Troy, an underdog story about a female musician in New York City, and Soul To Body, about an ex-1990s guitar player trying to raise his teenage daughter after the death of his wife, her mother, are available, digitally, on Amazon.com…
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