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PLATO: “Only the dead have seen the end of war.”

Plato, eminent student of Socrates and learned teacher of Aristotle, once said,
“Only the dead have seen the end of war.” … Enough … said.

The so-called Socratic paradox: “I know one thing: that I know nothing”
contrasts with talking heads … who seemingly know … everything.

I may be mistaken in my impression that pithy quotes such as the foregoing, in 
surreal nonfiction … take no part … in today’s formal education.

And as I wholeheartedly agree with Plato and Socrates in their assertions,
that is why I’ve written AN ATLAS POETIC … in this nonfiction.


Ours is a surreal and seemingly impossible mission in #twitterfiction;
forgive the trespasses of others, and be led not … into temptation.

In #twitterfiction, hate is born of perverted spirituality; the Muslim
Sunni and Shia reminiscent of, Catholics and Protestant, Christian.

It is supremely easy, #twitterfiction, for the talking heads to ignore me
(an individual) but ignoring a global community, won’t be … as easy.

Wanted, indeed, needed is a groundswell. One that abnegates surrealities
such as nationality, in #twitterfiction, in favor of … humanity.

Ergo, in #twitterfiction, AN ATLAS … POETIC; a prayer and a plea,
for Mandela-Tutu-like global truth and reconciliation … please.

In #twitterfiction, AN ATLAS, POETIC; poetry about history, sociology
and eschatology; irony in verse, for each nation … and territory.

1 PAGE: # 23

Facebook, the planet’s face and Twitter, its voice, bode that 1% of 7.1 billion, 71 million, in #twitterfiction, make fiction … nonfiction.

Elitist Forbes Magazine, in a piece on the 7.1 billion, wrote of 71 of you that are, in #twitterfiction, “the ones that count” … a nonfictional … fiction.

There’s strength in numbers and there’s alchemy in education. In #twitterfiction, synergy’s energy may be reaped, by acting … concertedly.

There is alchemy in education just as surely as there is strength in numbers of the busy bees and antsy ants, in hives and hills … respectively.

Kim Jong Un, 28-29, the DPRK’s head of state is too, Onion’s sexiest on the planet, indisputably. Uttered is Nobel, in the same breath as Kim Jong Un … implausibly.

A Nobel for Kim? Not out of the question if Kim plays dead-pan poker judiciously. Implausibly ridiculous to talking heads, it’s perfect … for Me.

The Korean stalemate, problematic as it is, is the best bet amongst the global nuclear rivalries, for a #twitterfiction settlement of issues … plausibly.