Playing with Fire

Written by Jonathan Aryeh Wayne, October 12, 2017 Things did not end pretty After he played with fire The man from the great city Caused us to go haywire First it was shock without the awe The missiles launched in November After talking about the rule of law And the killing of a public defender…

War with the World

Written by Jonathan Aryeh Wayne, February 8, 2017 His signature resembles a seismograph It’s jagged and cruel as the tremors on a Richter scale These are the tremors of the bombs falling on earth As once friendly nations are plunged into world war In America, the masses are animals in a national farm The sheeple…

Alarmist Rumors, Pessimistic Questions, and Dire Concerns

Written by Jonathan Aryeh Wayne, November 9, 2016 How do we stop the madness, restrain the anger, recognize unity amongst division, stop our fingers from frantically typing while our eyes tremble at the sight of hubris, hyperbole and heresy, and convince others that great promises could come from false prophets? While the righteous pray for…