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Worldwide Hippies: Hip Poetry Book
Hip poetry 2012 is an original work like no other, includes over 250 pages of poetry, essays, and fiction from more than 50 of the most renowned and well-versed artists of our time, some representative of the “hippie” era, and some younger, fresher voices. all having the hippie ethos,that is the vitality and heart of Wordwide Hippies.

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And to thank you, we will include a small gift  along with each copy purchased thru this page. Thank You, Joseph McEvoy

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September 2, 2012

Hip Poetry: You Were There (Robert Priest)

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WorldWide Hippies–:Hip Poetry 2012! The book is a compilation of some of the worlds best poets and writers.
  Excerpts from the Book Hip Poetry.

Hip Poetry 2012 dances and moves. It brings the challenges in life to the surface. The writers and poets meet today’s horrors, pain, and suffering in the world head on, without blinders, but with the reflection of an undying spirit of hope, peace and love..

Copies are available through AmazonBarnes & Noble and at the WorldWide Hippies website.

We wanted to offer hope and plausible, peaceful solutions to the world by dealing with them together, sharing as brothers and sisters in a world that sometimes seems to have gone beyond madness.

We wanted to share the love. Hope you enjoy!

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You Were   There
Robert Priest

You were there
When the stars fell down
And burned my eyes

When the thirst was at its worst
You stayed without water
To be with me

You were there
When I was nowhere
You walked beside me in the abyss
And when I stood impoverished
With nothing to declare
You were there

I felt it in your touch
I felt it in your care
There was never a time
When I was unaware

of your presence
your essence

Every place I Ieft
You left with me
And when I got anywhere
It was like you had preceded me
It was like you had always been there
awaiting my arrival.

V

Churchill flashed his famous V sign
it wasn’t for victory
as everyone says
it was for vagina
for Churchill knew
what I know
that there is still not enough praise
for the lining of the vagina
he knew that if anything is a miracle
that the relation between the inside of the vagina
and the outside of the penis
is a miracle

Nixon knew this too
even as he resigned
even as he turned to face the music of his own destiny
he flashed that last peace sign “V”
but my friends
it was not a peace sign
it was Nixon’s way of saying
that the inside of the vagina
is as numinous as it gets

this secret is well known
the lining of the vagina
the shape of the vagina
is a sign
without which not a single
holy thing may be written

Robert Priest.  Priest, is the author of fifteen books of poetry, 3 plays, 2 novels, lots of  musical CDS, one hit song and many columns for Now Magazine .   His words have been debated in the legislature, posted in the Transit system, quoted in the Farmer’s Almanac, and sung on Sesame street. In recent years his stint as Dr. Poetry on the CBC and his poetry videos on youtube and myspace have helped him find a whole new audience. His most recent book: Reading the Bible Backwards  was recently charted at number two on the Globe and Mail’s poetry list. (ECW)
Reading the Bible Backwards can be securely purchased online here:http://www.ecwpress.com/books/reading_bible_backwards
Websites of interest: www.youtube/greatbigfaced
(wherein the author appears naked with horses)
www.doctorpoetry.com
a site where the author’s avatar can be prompted to speak aphorisms
poempainter.com        the author’s official website
Robert Priest also tweets as Doctor Poetry at
http://twitter.com/doctorpoetry

 

Sunday PoetryA STOLEN CAR AND THE NORTHERN RUN     (L DOUGLAS ST OURS )

It was glorious day (more…)

July 19, 2012

‘On Yoko and The Peace of John Lennon’

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WorldWide Hippies– Hip Poetry 2012! A compilation of some of the worlds best poets and writers.

Hip Poetry 2012 dances and moves. It brings the challenges in life to the surface. The writers and poets meet today’s horrors, pain, and suffering in the world head on, without blinders, but with the reflection of an undying spirit of hope, peace and love..

We wanted to offer hope and plausible, peaceful solutions to the world by dealing with them together, sharing as brothers and sisters in a world that sometimes seems to have gone beyond madness.

We wanted to share the love. Hope you enjoy!

By Ars Moriendi

I saw a woman holding on to all that she had
Her words ran out like assassination
How far must we have gone
When did peace need mediation
You can not silence it with a gun
Once it has already touched a nation

Ars Moriendi “Peace slipped under my door after years of living in violence. When it found me it was all that mattered. Love can shatter the most broken of hearts.”

 

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Copies are available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble and at the WorldWide Hippies website.

June 4, 2012

Artists and Authors Collaborate on Book to Support Worldwide Hippies

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Hip Poetry .Hip Poetry 2012 is published by wind publications, available now on the Worldwide Hippies website, Amazon, and other fine booksellers.
 Hip poetry 2012 is an original work like no other, includes poetry, essays, and fiction from more than 50 of the most renowned and well-versed artists of our time, some representative of the “hippie” era, and some younger, fresher voices. all having the hippie ethos,that is the vitality and heart of Wordwide Hippies.

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Founder of WWH, Joseph McEvoy

I would like to thank all of the wonderful people that volunteered their time and were committed to seeing this book become a reality.

And to all the great authors who donated their works to this book.

I personally Thank you. Your belief in WWH and your willingness to help support our efforts Leaves me humbled and forever grateful. (Joseph McEvoy, Founder Worldwidehippies)  (more…)

May 23, 2012

Hip Poetry: ‘Sausalito’ Ernest Stewart

WorldWide Hippies– WorldWide Hippies is proud to announce the publication of our very first book:Hip Poetry 2012! The book is a compilation of some of the worlds best poets and writers.
Each Week Worldwide Hippies will post excerpts from the Book Hip Poetry.

Hip Poetry 2012 dances and moves. It brings the challenges in life to the surface. The writers and poets meet today’s horrors, pain, and suffering in the world head on, without blinders, but with the reflection of an undying spirit of hope, peace and love..

Copies are available through AmazonBarnes & Noble and at the WorldWide Hippies website.

We wanted to offer hope and plausible, peaceful solutions to the world by dealing with them together, sharing as brothers and sisters in a world that sometimes seems to have gone beyond madness.

We wanted to share the love. Hope you enjoy!

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Wish I was back in California,
Away from this Michigan snow and ice.
Back where I’d be simple and free.
Away from this Michigan winter life.

Wish I was home in Sausalito,
Laying with my lady by the bay.
Back where we’d be simple and free
and there we’d live and love the livelong day.

If I get back to California,
I’m going to stay there Lord and never more roam.
Back where we’d be, happy and free,
there in our California home.

Wish I was back in California.
Away from this Michigan snow and ice.
Back where I’d be simple and free.
Away from this Michigan winter life.

Ernest Stewart. Stewart a.k.a. Uncle Ernie is an unabashed radical, author, stand-up comic, DJ, actor, political pundit and for the last 9 years publisher of Issues & Alibis magazine. He is an actor, writer and a producer for “W the Movie.”
My lit site is at: http://uncle-ernie.com

May 10, 2012

Hip Poetry: ‘No Mad’ (Andrew J Pensabene III)

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/>WorldWide Hippies– WorldWide Hippies is proud to announce the publication of our very first book:Hip Poetry 2012! The book is a compilation of some of the worlds best poets and writers.

Each Week Worldwide Hippies will post excerpts from the Book Hip Poetry.

Hip Poetry 2012 dances and moves. It brings the challenges in life to the surface. The writers and poets meet today’s horrors, pain, and suffering in the world head on, without blinders, but with the reflection of an undying spirit of hope, peace and love..

Copies are available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble and at the WorldWide Hippies website.

We wanted to offer hope and plausible, peaceful solutions to the world by dealing with them together, sharing as brothers and sisters in a world that sometimes seems to have gone beyond madness.

We wanted to share the love. Hope you enjoy!

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Andrew J Pensabene III

I am jesus, I am, I am,
in the navy once too,
excuse me, got a smoke

No, get away! (passerby)

(Walking, limp & spits) horses petute,
petudie, duty, nudie…(sic)
my fathers naked noah
on a crutch,
his donkey’s broken,
busted, dust.

(Stop, Sit)
Stinking
Ah but its like
nutmeg.
Ma, heres to you…
Top of the world,
top of toes, nose, shhh (eyes close):

(Store owner) Hey buddy wake up,
com’on, you can’t sleep here,
(kicks) hey get up.
I got to open up…

(School girls late for class) eeuuu
Look, it’s soooo dirty,
Dis-gus-sting
Ehhh…(tongue receives finger)
Oh-My-god, it smells like pee…
Hurry…

(Waking)

Hey i’m jeez-usss
how you squeeze us,
pray, play with me…
Yo, gotta smoke…(finger curling)
Com’ere little gurrrls…

(Store owner)
Hey, you talk like that again
and I’ll have you arrested…

(Stares hotly)
I’m in the bigger jail,
biggest jail… (twitch)
You open (almost lucid)
I need a drink,
just back from
a Bushmans breakfast…

(Store owner)
You got money…

(Staring, burning)
Yeah, here,
crumpled bills and
grimy coins…

(Store owner)
First you drink water,
then you can buy, OK, buddy.
You come by every day,
you stink…
Why don’t you get cleaned up,
you sleep on the streets,
whats the matter with you?

(Laval eyes, lasers fire)
Eh, soap is so slutty,
I won the lotto

and

don’t want to pay taxes.
I hate the government…
War and fat pigs…
They do what they want…
Everyones insects,
ya know,
its just how I see’em!

(Head shaking stops, tilts,
only the whites of his eyes show,
shining, waiting for agreement )

(Store Owner)
You know buddy
you’re crazy
get some help.
Here’s you’re change.

Andrew J Pensabene III. Pensabene currently resides in Ocean City, NJ. He practices chant and slowly learns the didgeridoo for trance and touching ones inner singularity! Poetry for him is a kind of personal science by which huge compressions of data and feeling further unfold deeper meaning and greater comprehension. Pensabene says, “Poems comprise a flow between our cranial hemispheres and hence through the temporal existence of flesh as a mad expression from deep within its history to the very distinct song of DNA.”

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