Chaotic Splendor

Chaotic Splendor

A Chapter by Robert Francis Callaci

Chaotic Splendor (a haibun variation)


Racism, bigotry, prejudice: are overused terms used extensively by the oppressed and those of inferior race and breeding. The world is upside down, it’s up to us to turn it back around. The barbarians are at the gate! We will do what needs to be done; our way of life is at stake!


boot on the neck

a jog down a street-

I have a dream


We’re all part of the same dust, so let’s be careful with that broom. The color of our skin: be it white, black, brown, red, or yellow, doesn’t determine who is superior over the other. Whom we choose to love, what faith to believe in, or what gender we identify with is a personal choice, not a choice made by specific groups where intolerance is a virtue. And let’s not forget that the barbarians broke down that gate and conquered Rome...


on the mountaintop

hand in hand

front of the bus


rainbow landscapes

the turtle reaches the finish line


the rabbit died from exhaustion...





©Robert F. Callaci






© 2020 Robert Francis Callaci

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Added on October 28, 2020
Last Updated on October 28, 2020


Robert Francis Callaci
Robert Francis Callaci

Port Richey, FL

My passion is writing- I've been writing a mythological tale on the many facets and faces of GOD- I've been a net poet for the past seventeen years- I'm a former admin at lit .org and active one (Patr.. more..