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A Journey to One

From the boils of the common ancestor comes the Hominid, presenting the Homo group tumbling extinct from any attempts to longevity until the last of its fold took hold. Walking away from the dirt of birth finds the man-child, obliviousness to his plight while asking why to any and all exposures, turns to the imagination of the evolved/evolving cranium for answers that were naught. Where queries resemble unfamiliarity, desires take form as idols of agency relieving anxieties, allowing the birth of “Deities”, invisible supervisors of existence.

Early Deities were abundant in oral presentations allowing competition to oppose savanna leaders and displayed an emergent property of mammal jealousy prompting creativity note-worthy of its infancy to longevity and evolution to control, as devious minds selfish to authority, returned to the cranium that new visions would offer paths allowing novel powers to their conjured Idol for greater control. Innovation attempted ingenuity and did itemize a strategy by placing all attributes of the many Deities into one, giving birth to “monotheism”

As repetition sought to dwindle rivalry, allowing momentum, building the strength of omnipotence. Migration was not a friend as isolations sought inclusions from many directions like a rainbow. The scripts of evolution saw Rome to power after the cranium’s “Zoroastrianism” gave birth to its offspring “Judaism”, the father of “Christianity”, embraced by the politics of Constantine to rule the world from the “Old Testaments” with the prominence of the cranium’s new narrative of a “New Testament” forging the resurrected Christ as comfort from savanna beginnings of ignorance.

Where ever knowledge is unavailable the man-child will always fill voids with comfort and upon receipts that differ to a most probable, then decide if he will relinquish to reality over assigned mental well-being. Truth is an enemy if not in alliance with luxury as the mediator of realms has but one job and that is to maintain an equilibrium. From the boils of the common ancestor comes the Hominid, presenting the Homo group tumbling extinct from any attempts to longevity until the last of its fold took hold, you and I.
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Submitted by charliewang on January 16, 2021

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Born the 3rd child, in the 3rd month, one of 10 siblings, we find Charles W. Felder Sr. Fast forwarding, finds our once dubbed 'Master Poet Charliewang', a noteworthy Poet, storyteller, and Singer (in that order). He was a high school dropout, acquiring his General Education Degree while serving in the Marines. While in the Marines, one of his proudest services was being part of the Marine Corps Silent Drill Team at Marine Barracks 8th & I, Washington As an entrepreneur, he finds his time challenged from the demands of business and trying to find time for personal desires toward the arts and the desire to be an entertainer. A DIY effort had seen “Season Of Poetry” as his debut CD to fruition in 2005. He traveled on the collegiate circuit presenting his “What Is Love” tour from 2004-07. Other accomplishments include but not limited to, receiving a Business Degree, and working with troubled youth as a Drill Instructor for the Great State of Alabama... more…

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