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Barry S. Maltese : Writing

They cried "Racist"

They cried "Racist"

A Poem by Barry S. Maltese


The vast majority of people do not judge on the basis of skin color, or Race. Especially here at the Cafe . . . I wish that those who seek to push rac..
Innate habbits

Innate habbits

A Poem by Barry S. Maltese


The first step of change is to seethe problems that deter what you should beThink before you do -and that reflex will not control youand from your bad..
Life's Chizzle

Life's Chizzle

A Poem by Barry S. Maltese


Like a hammer chizzles a stone our experience carves out our lives Shaped by the things we are forced to go through our personality adjusts, and thriv..
How quickly they grow

How quickly they grow

A Poem by Barry S. Maltese


How quickly they grow -right before our eyesSo subtle that we don't realizetill one day in a very special lightwe somehow witness an amazing sight.May..
Reviews - In my opinion

Reviews - In my opinion

A Poem by Barry S. Maltese


Written for a contest created by a very special person.
While reaching your goal

While reaching your goal

A Poem by Barry S. Maltese


When you assess the values of the things in your world like the importance of all that is shared. You might find the greatness of people you've know..
The Right to Pray

The Right to Pray

A Poem by Barry S. Maltese


There was a time, when I was a child. When faith was a strength, and never defiled. But then there were few, who decided today, that God is offe..
Nature's Touch

Nature\'s Touch

A Poem by Barry S. Maltese


Nature’s Touch By Barry S. Maltese The wind blew over my body Caressing me softly with natures own touch The smell just filled up my s..
The Tides

The Tides

A Poem by Barry S. Maltese


I reposted this on for a contest of a good friend. I wrote during an evening stroll on Jones Beach

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