Fictional Guidance

ancient scriptures, opinionated text

historic guidebooks handwritten by man

these writings should sometimes be second guessed

they were written before time had began

the ten commandments are moral guidelines

they should not be abided by word for word

the Decalogue reflected ancient times

to obey it all would just be absurd

don’t believe all the impossible tales

don’t blindly follow in the name of faith

read The Bible and Quran, the details

faith is glorious, but not without debate

don’t just conform to your preachers notions

find faith on your own,  decide your devotion

© By PollutedPoet


Fuck DADT!

Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, Don’t Be, Don’t Exist, Lie!
Don’t share who are, just resist, Deny!
You can’t openly serve for our country, Why?

Don’t be open, go back in the closet!
Your not hetero enough to fight, where is the logic?
It makes no sense and it’s about time we stop it.

Your too gay to protect our nation,
This is brainless discrimination.
How exactly is sexuality relevant to a military situation?

You can’t be a soldier, because you’re too queer.
You can’t fight for our honor, choose a new career.
I can’t understand it, What exactly do they fear?

That you might spread gay cooties on the other army boys?
That you’ll be applying eyeliner when you batallion deploys?
That you’ll misuse your guns as anal sex toys?

This is absolutly ridiculous!
Let’s get rid of this.
This ignorant law is painfully ludicrous.

How many skilled technicians need to be discharged?
It’s a violation of civil rights, that we have fought for so hard.
Freedom is so important, please don’t disregard.

Our Army needs able troops, can’t they comprehend?
Because of ignorant fears, brave Americans can’t serve and defend.
Because of homophobia, our military is now weakened.

This law must be put to an end!

Carina Fosse

May 12th, 2009

September 12th, 2007



Give and take
subjected lives
The crave for war
never dies

Humans as trade
a nations investment
Misguided warfare
only fueling resentment

Excused target
Islamic Terroism
Blind devotion
a soldiers heroism

Political interference
a foreign civil war
the recurring question,
What are we fighting for?

Imposing values of corrupt politicians
only further enraging a timeless confliction

-Carina Fosse
-September 12th, 2007


I may not know who I am
but everyone else does
I love who ever I am
so please don’t judge

you claim to know
people just like me
you stereo type
and choose to spite me

you don’t know me at all
or care to find out
I think I have found myself
so don’t make me have doubt

I am who I am
nothing more to figure out
but if you absolutely must know
I’ll spit it right out

I am not in the closet!
and I’m not undecided!
I love people for people,
should I have to hide it?

I am not just confused.
I am just me!

Carina F**king Fosse

The Day That I Knew That War Was Real

The day that I knew that war was real
was a day I will never forget
aired lived on international television
2,993 deaths
murdered by our own weapons
commercial airliner jets

The day that I knew that war was real
was the day that it hit home
The day that I knew that war was real
was the day we were the target

Carina Fosse

Our World, Our Hate

A small amount of hate lies inside us all.
This hate can dwell, consume and divide us all.
You may not show it, hate is not always something you share.
Discomfort, judgement, pride and prejudice are all because of fear.
Please, Stop passing this fear to our children. Hate can only be taught.
It was passed down from generations of neighbors that have fought.
Hate has seperated us, slaughtered us and enslaved us.
We hate for of our god, because Satan has craved us.
Hate breeds, plagues, lingers and remains.
Hate is only passed on, so we must make a change.
Change isn’t just gonna come, we have to make it happen.
Break this murderous cycle and put down our weapon.
It’s a tremendous challenge to stop all the wars caused by hate,
but we can make a change, we do choose our world’s fate.
Teach our children that we are all different, special and unique.
Take notice of our judgements and watch how we speak.
Embrace our cultures, our foods and our arts.
Open our minds, taste the fruits of our world and open our hearts.
If we could understand our differences and agree to disagree.
Imagine how much better OUR world would be.


Carina Fosse

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