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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Republic of Jingdood (elected 1 year 225 days ago)

Founder: The Republic of The Lexicon Founder

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Latest World Assembly resolutions:
General Assembly - None
Security Council - Repeal 'Condemn NAZI EUROPE'

Embassies: The Illuminati.

Tags: Independent, Featured, Offsite Forums, and Medium.

Regional Power: High

The Lexicon contains 23 nations, the 468th most in the world.


Today's World Census Report

The Most Average in The Lexicon

World Census staff took time out to pay tribute to those most overlooked of nations: the determinedly average.

As a region, The Lexicon is ranked 12,740th in the world for Most Average.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Republic of The Lexicon FounderInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Founder of the greatest region in NationStates!”
2.The Vast Thundering Herds of Welsh CorgisInoffensive Centrist Democracy“All hail the WHIRLESS COG”
3.The Santos of La TormentaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“La Tormenta”
4.The Borderlands of Eden HazardInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Surely some revelation is at hand”
5.The Republic of Glen-burnInoffensive Centrist Democracy“What's In It For Us?”
6.The Total Perspective Vortex of ChasmantheLeft-Leaning College State“When you gaze long into a chasm it also gazes into you”
7.The Unkempt Territories of PhylthFather Knows Best State“Don't look under the bed!”
8.The 2publica of 2PidMouseDemocratic Socialists“Toasters don't toast toast, toast toasts toast.”
9.The Colony of The Holy Green HipposWA MemberLiberal Democratic Socialists“Ask us about our gullibilty.”
10.The United States of Sgt Ernie BilkoCapitalist Paradise“Platoon... At the double!”
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The Prairie Town
Helen Santmyer

Lovers of beauty laugh at this grey town,
Where dust lies thick on ragged curb-side trees,
And compass-needle streets lead up and down
And lose themselves in empty prairie seas.

Here is no winding scented lane, no hill
Crowned with a steepled church, no garden wall
Of old grey stone where lilacs bloom, and fill
The air with fragrance when the May rains fall.

But here is the unsoftened majesty
Of the wide earth where all the wide streets end,
And from the dusty corner one may see
The full moon rise, and flaming sun descend.

The long main street, whence farmersí teams go forth,
Lies like an old sea road, star-pointed north.

Happy Independence Day to all our Lexiconians in the USA :-)

Pour it softly, pour it gently and pour it to the brim!

Aw, Mr. Birnam, why don't ya lay off the stuff for a while?

Hate Song by P.B. Shelley
A hater he came and sat by a ditch,
And he took an old cracked lute;
And he sang a song which was more of a screech
'Gainst a woman that was a brute.

Poem of the week

Ira Sadoff, 1945

Iíve been blessed
with a few gusts of wind,
a few loves
to wave goodbye to.
I still think of motherís kitchen,
sorry for tantrums
of way back when. No frost
lodged in me then. In those days
snow spread through town
like an epidemic: how archival
the blankness seemed.
If you flew above
the shell of the old house
it was nothing really:
there was no story
to our little ranch house,
so you couldnít hear a thing.

To Anacreon In Heaven
Lyrics by Ralph Tomlinson
(Verse 1 and Refrain)
To Anacreon in Heav'n, where he sat in full glee,
A few Sons of Harmony sent a petition
That he their Inspirer and Patron would be;
When this answer arrived from the Jolly Old Grecian:
"Voice, Fiddle, and Flute, no longer be mute,
I'll lend you my name and inspire you to boot,
And besides I'll instruct you, like me, to intwine
The Myrtle of Venus with Bacchus's Vine."

"The cloud-capp'd tow'rs, the gorgeous palaces,
The solemn temples, the great globe itself,
Yea, all which it inherit, shall dissolve..."

Yesterday, upon the stair,
I met a man who wasn't there.
He wasn't there again today,
I wish, I wish he'd go away...

The world is still deceived with ornament.
In law, what plea so tainted and corrupt
But, being seasoned with a gracious voice,
Obscures the show of evil?

by William Shakespeare

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