Santa Klaus Is Running Your Town
You better not shout!
You better not protest!
Just get in line
For your daily Covid test
Santa Klaus is running your town.
He’s making a list
Of the compliant and hated
To send to quarantine
Santa Klaus is running your town.
They monitor you when you’re sleeping
Your IPhone is always awake
He knows if you obey or act crappy
You’ll get no presents and you’ll be happy!
So you better stay home
You better not mingle
Or your Christmas bells
Will be the handcuffs’ jingle
Santa Klaus is running your town
To keep you safe from deadly Omicron!!!
Patriot Literary Corner
Literary Corner with Ken Jones
Guest: Ken Jones
Host: Dustin Pickering
Director: Mutiu Olawuyi
Executive Producer: Parrot TV / New York Parrot
ARS POETICA IS OUR 2020 By PoetKen Jones
What is the purpose of these word seeds
In a country of hatred and disease?
A chance for lonely souls to feed
Rather then rage and riot their need.
As we share across this holy land
May we all understand
The King’s dream that together we stand
Is so close at hand.
I’m a peasant, royal fool, and jester
Seeking Justice as my gesture
May anyone who listens
Learn to live a bit better
For at the end of a day or life
We won’t be healed by the strife
But by the love we show each other
As equal sisters and brothers
KHJ 220pm CDT 10-20-20
Poet Ken Jones
PoetKen Jones is a native Texan who has published ten full length poetry collections, numerous chapbooks and hundreds of individual poems in literary journals, anthologies, websites and other forums, as well as performing his original work for over 30 years as a Featured Poet at bookstores, conferences, festivals, and countless venues in Texas and across the United States. He earned a BA and MA in English/ Creative Writing from The University of Texas at Austin, taught college level English, Creative Writing, and other subjects for almost 20 years in Houston and has served on the Board of Public Poetry, (Houston),The Austin International Poetry Festival, and hosted a popular poetry reading series for almost ten years at Borders-River Oaks.
A few of his honors include:
He is also a licensed attorney In Texas, practicing as a country lawyer in the Come and Take it Town of Gonzales, where he currently resides.
In the Life Care Center
Death came to stay
I wanted to share my Love
But they kept me away
What a way to go
Sent away to hide
Peering though a window
To The Other Side
They’re not trying to be mean
They’re just part of the machine
Where money fills the holes
In our empty souls
Now the government told me
Practice social isolation
I don’t care what they sold me
My heart isn’t their nation
So I stand outside my final home
Alone to the bone
Inside the virus is spreading
All that we’ve been dreading
In this world of unknowns
That we’re finally shedding
Or offering a welcome....
Chapbook On Viral Infectious Disease 19
By PoetKen Jones 3-3-20 through 3-22-20
“I weep for the damned eventualities this future brings”
-F Scott FitzGerald
Letter from Quarantine South France 1920
Poet Ken's collections of poetry can be ordered at Amazon.com
The biological definition of a "living organism "is one that responds to its environment Ken Jones responds instantly with lightning epiphanies. His creations far exceed the stimulus. Enjoy his responses!
-- thom woodruff, thom the worldpoet
"Philosophy, poetry, politics, and people, Ken Jones’ Dormant Volcano covers a wide range of topics and expertly at that. Jones combines traditional devices with an experimental twist in order to tackle an intriguing array of subjects. Jones does not stick with what one would expect a poet to stick with in a collection, something I appreciate. The collection, though long, does not get stale, rather it gets more intriguing the
further you go-- some of my favorite poems of the work are in the last section—definitely a collection I could not put down."
—Emily Ramser, Author of I Forgot How To Write