Articles from En Passant
The streets of old men
We are all surfers on the waves of night
Where the bridge of humanity meets the edge of light
And where the old man stumbles along
Singing songs in the flattened tones of yesterday
Can we house him in a place of quiet?
Can he house himself in the riot that is life?
There are too many questions without answers
Too many dances without dancers
MARRIAGE ACT 1961 – SECT 47
Ministers of religion not bound to solemnise marriage etc.
Nothing in this Part:
(a) imposes an obligation on an authorised celebrant, being a minister of religion, to solemnise any marriage; or
(b) prevents such an authorised celebrant from making it a condition of his or her solemnising a marriage that:
Not only did we not save $200 a year as Abbott promised but energy prices have doubled since the Coalition scrapped the carbon tax; now, dropping subsidies for renewables is the latest thought bubble from the Nationals.
I wrote this a year ago.
Farewell young man
In the blacklight dark
That is my country
White men suit
Themselves to rule
Shining in their world
Of fading fools
While young boys lie
Hooded in our prisons
And boys on bikes die
From driving knife hands
No one asks why
Pauline Hanson cloaked her xenophobia in the cloth of liberating women, but taking her lead from Trump, her real aim is to unite the forces of fascism and white supremacy and build her electoral and social base.
The breath of tomorrow is yours
I stand with the illusionists
And those who have illusions
Well, those card men and women
Who trick us to waste two dollars
Not two billion to thrive
And the illusioned?
What do we say to them?
That two dollar card games are tricks?
They know this reality
Then how do we explain
That the two billion is the real game?