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January 7, 2013 / adgerellis

Paranormal / Patti Page – Mocking Bird Hill

Patti Page – Mocking Bird Hill: Liberal, progressives, populist and libertarians all should know the social history of the “Modernist Movement.” “Modernism” was NOT an accident of history. Thousands of people both great known and unknown created the Modernist Movement that took more than two hundred years.

Autobiography like this blog might seem to ramble from subject to subject but, there is a holistic, eclectic and collective point, that is the sum experience of a human life. I wish more people young and old would start an autobiographical blog.

Patti Page the singer came into my life with her popular song, “Mocking Bird Hill” in the year 1951.  (“Song artist 69 – Patti Page tsort.info/music/6j22ct.htm – This page lists the song chart entries of Patti Page. 5, Patti Page, Mockingbird Hill, 1951, US CashBox 1 – Mar 1951 (24 weeks),…”) Kid that I was ! I wanted to play “Mocking Bird Hill” sung by Patti Page  for my cousin, so I called her on the telephone and had a record player ready. I went to get the   record and running to the phone, the record flew out of my hands and smashed on the floor. How many millions of breakable 78 records were lost do to them being so fragile is  anybody’s guess. I never did have another Patti Page record. This is not an important story, except to point out the loss of recorded music and how lucky people are today that music is more easy to get and keep than it was just 60 years ago.  (“* Gramophone record – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gramophone_record – The production of shellac records continued until the end of the 78 rpm format (i.e., the late 1950s in most developed countries, but well *”)

GAIA, MOTHER EARTH is broken just like a bunch of old 78 records. Security officers work had been my life occupation until the election of President Obama’s first term. “FRACKING THESPIANS,” is one of the things that I said as a Security Officer to get removed from a security site that I had been working at for five years. My Boss at the site said that President Obama was a Muslim and he did not salute the American flag. We live on this Earth together (, except for maybe a few ‘strange’ creatures that “pass-for-human,” many of these ‘ersatz’ human-looking  “people” pass for American POLITICIANS) and if this Planet Earth dies, we die. (Gaia (mythology) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia  en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaia_(mythology) – Some modern sources, such as James Mellaart, Marija Gimbutas and Barbara Walker, claim that Gaia as Mother Earth is a later form of a pre-Indo-European …”) PARANORMAL, the idea that the Earth is a living being, might be controversal to some  physical empiricist, but certainly as a metaphor Gaia, Mother Earth is a clear enough idea.  “Silent Spring,” the book written by Rachel Carson gives an idea about the problems that we have on Planet Earth. Terraforming, or Geo-Forming to make life on Earth better for humanity is a good idea, but killing off life on Earth for some ‘strange’ creatures that have no place in human-civilization, that even work against the best interest of humanity are truly “ALIEN,” clue to the clueless, -GMOs ! What uncalculated damage that Genetically Modified Organisms are doing to the biosphere and Gaia, Mother Earth is horrific.   (“Silent Spring – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silent_Spring  Share  Silent Spring is a book written by Rachel Carson and published by Houghton Mifflin on September 27, 1962. The book is widely credited with helping launch the …”) A relative said to me, that I preach, so let’s get away from preaching and go to a poem that a fifth grade teacher made the class learn. And I have remembered it all these years…by Joyce Kilmer (lived from 1886 to 1918) =>>> 

Trees

“I think that I shall never see
A poem lovely as a tree.

A tree whose hungry mouth is prest
Against the sweet earth’s flowing breast;

A tree that looks at God all day,
And lifts her leafy arms to pray;

A tree that may in summer wear
A nest of robins in her hair;

Upon whose bosom snow has lain;
Who intimately lives with rain.

Poems are made by fools like me,
But only God can make a tree…”

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