Monday, July 30, 2012

Fight Crime? Do Time.

Reverend Roger Christie found the middle of a mystery
 when his peaceful Cannabis Ministry
was was raided by the infantry
fronting for true villainy.

 Helicopters flew so hard drugs grew.
What was a true minister who knew to do?
“Melt Ice” his sign read; “Aloha Asa!” he even said.
Ancient ganja is our soul’s bread.
It takes a ‘head to get ahead.

 Countless wrongs upon him, Ohana, Bride & Mom.
 “Drug war” liars have corralled him with “dangerous” words,
heavy, thin, and oozing sin.

 False values have been shoved on us from up above
from the crap we eat to Carl Rove,
a toxic stew bereft of love.

 If “every herb” you do respect
you’d better learn then to protect
your most sacred fruit of intellect
in heeding reason that directs.

 Reverend Peacemaker, be free
by seeing in you what i can see;
in standing for your right to be
you deliver ours, to us & me.

 Quiet is the strongest truth.
A word, a thought will set it loose.
 Pray honesty shines in the jurist’s heart. Aloha big in soul-felt trust of my brother’s estate
he knows the global culture did predate
palsied rusting shadows of corporate hate.


[ estate, noun

1 an area or amount of land or property, in particular

• an extensive area of land in the country, usually with a large house, owned by one person or organization.

• all the money and property owned by a particular person, esp. at death : in his will, he divided his estate between his wife and daughter.

 • a property where coffee, rubber, [hemp] grapes, or other crops are cultivated. • Brit. a housing or commercial development.

2 (also estate of the realm) a class or order regarded as forming part of the body politic, in particular (in Britain), one of the three groups constituting Parliament, now the Lords Spiritual (the heads of the Church), the Lords Temporal (the peerage), and the Commons. They are also known as the three estates.

 • dated a particular class or category of people in society : the spiritual welfare of all estates of men.

3 archaic or poetic/literary a particular state, period, or condition in life : programs for the improvement of man's estate | the holy estate of matrimony.

• grandeur, pomp, or state : a chamber without a chair of estate.

ORIGIN Middle English (in the sense [state or condition] ): from Old French estat, from Latin status ‘state, condition,’ from stare ‘to stand.’]