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Opi-nee-yawn!


Author: Temidayo
ASL Info:    29 male Nigeria-lagos
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Opi-nee-yawn!


Opi-nee-yawn!



What's this about opinion?
Just some exclusive right of people to say their idiotic
Believe their moronic
accept their own views
Denying the need of a more enlightened clarification.

What's this about opinion?
Its their right not to be disillusioned
They market you the idea that they entitled to it,if you care you can buy into such views,but its just the way they see things...Not!
Its really the way they choose to see things
When you bring a more informed judgement and attempt to rationalize it with them.
They bail out by saying "its your opinion"
Its your exclusive,untamperable right to say inaccurate,
to believe unclear
accept insubstantiated info.

What's this about opinion?
Its the medieval chain mail vest they adorn when charging through the forte of religious issues,
the armchair philosopher's rhetoric "people see and process things differently.

What's this about opinion?
Its the widely exported concept that 'to have and sustain peace we must prepare to war'
Its the widely held view that 'men are polygamous and women are not.


What's this about opinion?
Its the belief that there's a heaven,a hell and ahem! a middle place.
An exclusive right to believe in the Hereafter.
Its their participating right of belief that there be underage virgins aplenty in the hereafter.
Thank heavens! Not all things in life are opinionated so the gamut of the above arguement
I largely say it as
I quite believe it to be
I do and wholly accept it as my opinion!




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  I enjoy your writing and I enjoy receiving it in poems because otherwise you might be making whole books that I would never get to read!

I receive this text in the same way as I receive arguments presented in prose form ... the verse has little musical charm of its own ... that just means your poetry is that kind of poetry and no song ... but I have heard a lot of drum music in West Africa and noticed that there is a rhythm like that in the West African way of speaking English, and it is there in your verse quite strongly.

If English is your first language, that's something to develop anyway. I love it! I mean, I love not only my language, but what becomes of it in creative speakers from the other languages!

I expect you want comments about your philosophy and arguments instead of your versification and accent - but that's all I'm good for , anyway. Don't go away, I still haven't read most of your other works here!
| Posted on 2015-05-05 00:00:00 | by Glen Bowman | [ Reply to This ]


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