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Transitions In Compositions
by David Lester Young

Monday, March 26, 2012
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I say NUTS to Big Oil, (N-ever U-nder T-hreats S-urender)


Transitions In Compositions


Transpose time by dissecting those traversing interpolations,

Where in what “Lies” in fabrications finds Truth’s foundations.

That Dark Ages inquisition deception bears oppressive persecution,

Reigning absolute Executive Privilege to suppress civilian constitutions.


Where in NDAA intellectual Freedom is denied its Free Speech heritage,

When an Caesar Patriot Act, act like Pharaoh tight boa constrictors,

Tyranny subjugating Democracy upon limitations of its inheritance,

Imprisoning dissention to silence, to become dictatorial despotic victors.


But transition in compositions creates that Spring of enlightenment,

Where Phoenix’s Liberty spread its wings upon creative independence

That the pyre of humanity’s Holocaust of incinerated disheartenment,

Must arise its righteous flame, to bear its scale of justice dependence.


Where the transition of compositions of Philosophers, Poets, Thinkers

Levitate slingshot words to question power in paper cut’s pure might.

When Liberal minds, open entrapped clone serfs in becoming freethinkers,

Wherein conformity weathered so silent, storms alight elocution’s fight.  


Poets declare your Declaration of Independence in a writing Constitution,

Statements of honor, duty, pride, and service to proud deeds of forefathers.

That has been passed down by generations in God Bless America allocution,

Of majority rule, not that 10 %, who make pledges to demigod warmongers.


Who use war’s Patriot Act to defeat America’s iron will from within surrender.

That like Judas, they betray their God, and country’s allegiance, to false Demigods,

Who use conglomerate ALEC secret legislation in Special Interest Think Tank blender,

That is tendered by hired Murdock-Koch stables in paid corporate politician ram rods.


We are not a Republic of land owners, who act like America is their elite Plantation,

Wherein the other side of the tracks feels the Big Oil Wall Street wrath of Goliaths,

Used on a struggling economy, pawns in electing “THEIR” Norquist candidate mutation

Of private equity deconstruction outsourcing 90% of working America - BBBB behemoths.


Washington Colossus Island is sinking “We the people’s” Ole Glory’s USS Constitution,

But tattered torn this nation will weave our woven words in defending our Democracy.

That America’s Freedom was born in toiling the land upon Blue Collar family solutions,

That the working Middle Class created, America’s White Collar Country Club Aristocracy.


Transitions In Compositions,

Wears America’s bare birthday suits,

Not those Conglomerate Brand Name suits.

America is not about Big Oil’s King George

That uses economic intimidated threats,

“We are going to price you out of existence.”

Where as fighting Americans, we must say “Nuts.”

(N-ever U-nder T-hreats S-urender)

In transitions of compositions.


David Lester Young (Franklin Doppelganger) 03/26/12 ©



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