‘Dharmachakra’ and Other Poetry by Bruce Dale Wise The Society July 27, 2015 Culture, Falun Dafa, News of Note, Poetry 1 Comment Dharmachakra By Sri Wele Cebuda Around the Dharma Wheel spins, around and round it goes. It never pauses nor begins, it simply travels, o! Though millions fly off from its whirl, and thousands perish too, it draws in love from all the World, the kind, the good and true. And though some long to stop its turn, they may as well attempt to halt the Sun from its great burn with nothing but contempt. “Dharmachakra” literally means “Law Wheel” in English or “Falun” in Chinese Abuse of Falun Dafa By Lu “Reed ABCs” Wei Abuse of Falun Gong adherents goes on to this day. The Chinese Communists attempt to make it go away. They want a permanent solution to their problem, yes, enforced ideological conversions that repress and strong coercive measures to outlaw it from the land; re-education, torture and death too are what is planned. How many thousands practicing the Dharma Wheel’s spin of tolerance, compassion, and pure truthfulness have been exterminated by intolerance and brutal plies? The Chinese Communists attempt to crush it from their eyes. The Chinese Cyber Criminals By Lu “Reed ABCs” Wei “We’re hemorrhaging information at a dizzying rate…” —Admiral James Winnefeld Four million US government employees were attacked by workers in the flat-gray, Shanghai highrise, who have hacked their records. As is usual, the Communists deny they are the dedicated adversary—th’ oft-told lie. Because of this evolving threat and major data breach, Americans have been informed they better watch this leech, to monitor accounts and freeze their credit chronicles, to change their passwords—Chinese ruthlessness is prodigal. Cyber security has been hit by that cruel crew; malicious software is installed with search engine Baidu. The Fate of Raif Badawi By Saudi Becrewel The Saudi Kingdom’s Highest Court upheld the punishment of Raif Badawi for insulting Islam—giving vent through electronic media—one thousand lashes and ten years in prison. As of yet the blogger’s floggings stand at fifty, but the international protests delayed subsequent beatings. At the outcry Saudis were dismayed. It is not known why his chastisement has yet been postponed, though medical reports find he should not be thrashed (or stoned). Saudi Arabia enforces strict Islam assent, and does not often tolerate political dissent. A Sighting of Apollo By Ercules Edibwa When suddenly I came upon Apollo bathed in light. I saw him rising o’er the hills within my line of sight. I longed to ask him many things, but he was unconcerned; and then, although he did not see me, I saw his head turned. I wondered what his mission was, where he was going to, appearing in the open air, right there within my view. I longed to follow him up there in his pursuit of truth and beauty, scintillating, radiating through and through. And though he disregarded me, I couldn’t help but feel, he was inviting me to follow him upon his heel. Bruce Dale Wise is a poet living in Washington State who often writes under anagrammatic pseudonyms. Featured Image: Photograph from Glennwaters.com Views expressed by individual poets and writers on this website and by commenters do not represent the views of the entire Society. The comments section on regular posts is meant to be a place for civil and fruitful discussion. Pseudonyms are discouraged. The individual poet or writer featured in a post has the ability to remove any or all comments by emailing submissions@ classicalpoets.org with the details and under the subject title “Remove Comment.” Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Related One Response Euclidrew Base August 2, 2015 2 22 17 23 1 7 20 15 18 5 10 12 13 14 16 21 8 11 6 19 25 3 9 4 24 Reply Leave a Reply to Euclidrew Base Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.