If a picture says a thousand words, than a poem paints a thousand pictures. Each time a poem is read, a new picture appears. Such is a poem I posted some time ago, yet few were able to see the pictures.
I would like to paint the pictures here though not quite with a thousand words. One major tool of poetry is the brush strokes of sound. In English classes we learn of the rhythmic beats of poetry. There is another is sounds created by using certain words, e.g. words contain the sound make by the letter “S” The poem I am referring to, used the sound made by the word “who.” Thus the title of this article and an explanation of the use of the word “who” and who are the “who” in this particular poem and to make them visual.
The poem was first sent to me by my daughter along with links to its explanation. I went on to do further research.
The poem asks who at the same time by using the word “who”, it is making a statement. Instead of asking the poem is telling that the “who” did these things. One must understand who the “who” are before being able to understand the poem and appreciate its message. It is a message brought to its reader using the sound of the word “who.”
Who are the Who?
The poem is not to prove, justify or address the reality of the “who.” It is using the concept to paint its message. Please remember this when reading and/or commenting. It is not to prove the concept but to with the metaphoric use of poetic license address the question of who really did these things to America.
The owl and its sound (who) is used in the poem in reference to the Freemasons (Masons) and who they believe themselves to be. Here in America they were a supposed secret society of men of European descent who built our capital and other parts of Washington, DC, designed the dollar and in turn believe themselves as having the right to create the “New World Order.” There have been several examples of this mindset of men during the history of world with people. There are and have been Freemasons brotherhoods throughout Europe. Their symbol the owl is supposedly added to these creations of the Freemasons including the all Seeing Eye on the dollar bill.
Again it is not the object of the poem to address the validity of their beliefs or if it is true that they exist but, to offer a reason for the occurrence of events mentioned in the poem. Some people in the world think they can set the agenda for the entire world. The poem is audio. Remember when the orator says who, he is not asking. He is telling. Close your eyes and let the poem paint the picture of the “who.”
The link to the Poem