I’m Letting You Go

Grounds For Hope

I’m letting you go -the image so painfully dear.
I’m letting you go-the heart cannot bear.
The emptiness you left behind,
It's like a hole to nowhere.
I’m letting you go – the images and your shadows.
They haunt my soul into the empty hole.
The silhouette of you, the desktop photos
No longer keep me safe - they guard my soul.
I’m letting you go with the hope to find you
Somewhere in the distant universe
When wounds are covered with fibrin
When the last petal falls off from a seasoned rose.

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Dear Flower
You are rare
And a fire
In your attire

Your sweet nectare
Is the sector
And an attractor
At the center
Of your structure

From the soil
You are soulful
So so beautiful
With clement smell
Softness as symbol

You are fragile
To be broken
Yet so strong
Come along
By blooming
Love belonging

From the ground
In your mind
Sway in the wind
With musical sound
Being so profound

You have been found
By an unknown Friend
At the slope end
With hurted wound
If you don't mind
Will you be kind?

Look at her face
Listen to her voice
Teach some patience
She's worn but wise
She's in a silence
Her soul strums
To the rythem of
Your soft petals

Let her touch you
Let her feel you
Let her choose you
Let her cherish you
Let her show you
Let her turn you
Into her…

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Deciphering U.S.A. – Russia relations at NATO.

They both agreed nuclear war is unthinkable.

Beyond The Lines

Source – reuters

“In one sentence based on the press conference held by both leaders, neither agreed on anything apart from mutual tackling of COVID-19 pandemic”.

On the issue of Cyber Security

Replying to a question asked by a reporter Vladimir Putin told the press that if somebody is to blame for cybercrime it is the USA and not Russia.

Joe Biden in his address mentioned about hacks in pipelines and solar wind panels blaming Russia.

On the issue of Alexei Navalny

Source – new Indian express

Joe Biden while addressing Vladimir Putin said It is not about Russia but we will continue to raise questions of fundamental human rights. If Alexei Navalny dies than there will be grave consequences for Russia.

While Vladimir Putin said it was not a targeted attack on one person but someone who has violated the Russian laws. He was convicted twice for that.

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Cheney: ‘It is disgusting and despicable’ to see Gosar ‘lie’ about Jan. 6 | TheHill

On January 6, as the violent mob advanced on the House chamber, I was standing near @RepGosar and helped him open his gas mask,” Cheney said in a tweet on Tuesday. “The Capitol Police led us to safety. It is disgusting and despicable to see Gosar lie about that day and smear the men and women who defended us.”

Gosar, during a House hearing earlier in the day, said Capitol Police were “lying in wait” for Ashli Babbitt, who was shot and killed during the breach at the Capitol that day. Gosar reportedly described Babbitt as being “executed” by Capitol Police.

Source: Cheney: ‘It is disgusting and despicable’ to see Gosar ‘lie’ about Jan. 6 | TheHill

Garland strikes down Trump-era asylum decisions | TheHill

Orders he signed Wednesday vacate earlier decisions from former attorneys general Jeff Sessions and Bill Barr that limited asylum for victims of domestic violence as well as those seeking asylum based on ties to persecuted family members — something that could be particularly important to those from countries with serious gang violence.

“By rescinding these opinions from the Trump-era attorneys general, Merrick Garland is restoring asylum protections to people who are victims of domestic abuse and gang persecution where we have seen increasing numbers request protection here in the United States in recent years,” Greg Chen with the American Immigration Lawyers Association told The Hill.

“This is such a critical step, both in practice to protect these people, but also symbolically in that the administration is looking carefully at the U.S. commitment to humanitarian law and protecting those in flight from danger.”

The move follows pressure from immigration advocacy groups to review all of the 17 attorney-general level immigration court decisions made under the Trump administration.

Source: Garland strikes down Trump-era asylum decisions | TheHill

4 Details From Merrick Garland’s Voting Rights Announcement

Filosofa's Word

I was thrilled to read yesterday … or was it the day before? … that the Department of Justice under Attorney General Merrick Garland will be taking on the issue of voting rights, given that the U.S. Senate is almost certain to refuse to uphold and protect our civil rights.  Our friend TokyoSand has written about some of the details of Garland’s plan, and included a short video clip of his speech that I hope you’ll take time to watch.  Thank you, TS, for all your good work!

4 Details From Merrick Garland’s Voting Rights Announcement

It’s been rough on the voting rights front these last few months, but on Friday, a little sun broke through the clouds.

Attorney General Merrick Garland speaks about a jurys verdict in the case against former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd, at the Department of…

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