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It's a Global thing!

Words United: It's Global Union through creativity. We seek to enlighten each of our experiences around the whole world.
Words United, inspired by Louisiana Words (louisianawords.blogspot.com), seeks to push creative unity on the global scale. It is encouraged this way to help educate experiences insides and outside our mainland. Of course, this blog is in no way meant to make others feel they cannot participate. Even if you are not American please submit your words and expand this site into whatever direction necessary to enlighten the world. We don't have to be competitors; we could be family. If you are interested in submitting or asking questions: 1. You may email louisianawords@gmail.com 2. You may submit work via message to the Words United Facebook Page.

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Be My Caesar (Louis Toliver Jr-USA/Austin, Texas)

I know from this moment
By life I am no longer bent
You are here, heaven sent
Our love I choose to vent

I will not betray our sweet time
In no way, would I commit that crime
I hail to you, such beauty I climb
Let the wedding bells chime

Know when you come home
My passion will not roam
Let our love build this dome
Be my Caesar, let’s rule Rome

Soldier (Brandon Granger-USA/Austin, Texas)

If I were your soldier…
I would conquer the enemies that stood before you.
No man, beast, hurricane, or asteroid
could  prevent me from protecting you and your purity.
You shine as a beacon for all,
reminding them of the limit of this world
and the frailty of human thought.
If I were your soldier…
A solid rock would I be, as Mount Everest, no one
could withstand the depths of  courage and endless
measures I would go to protect you.
I would be your truest ally and fearless defender.
If I were your soldier…
Will that you let me be?

Saturday, January 24, 2015

No More Chances (Louis Toliver Jr-USA/Austin, Texas)

Right now, around the world, parents and children aren’t speaking
They think they can put off saying, “I’m sorry,” another day

Don’t you think we can put our generational war aside to save the world?
Wisdom and Progress can blend together divinely, making one strong family

So, Mom and Dad, I’m sorry, now let’s live life like we have no more chances
Overcoming all our petty strife, being open to (God’s) Nature’s dances

Monday, January 12, 2015

Freestyle (Chase Fontenot-USA/Lafayette, LA)

Success is essence 
Compressing repressed aggression into regression
Reflections of our professions
Alas I question
"Is the resin of success a depression infection or an oppression of our progression?"
Deafened by lesser lessons of monetary directions
The luxurious furnished office we dream of
Matches a tarnished nail drove into a filthy coffin
Supply and demand expands and commands
Withstand we can't, we're outmanned
Unplanned and shammed to disband
Clans of brands branded to our glands
The rhyme scheme change for you to understand
How words of a sinner sound when penned with dirty hands

Positive (Louis Toliver Jr-USA/Austin, Texas)

I'm positive 
There is a Heaven
I've seen Hell

I'm positive 
It's better to hug
Not wage war 

I'm positive 
Pick up a book
Not a drug 

I'm positive 
The past is a door
Not a cage 

I'm positive 
So very positive
To think positively