For those who frequent my blog, you know I am not often serious or a story teller. So, here goes a hot mess of nothing. It won’t win any awards, but it was a fun attempt at something. The word is observe. The definition: to celebrate or solemnize (as a ceremony or festival) in a customary… Read More Trifecta Weekly Challenge: observe
Access….. Restricted to those who play The games….. Of hearts and minds A conviction to stay Right in the middle Blood marks the kill Freedom….. Will run red So fast The tunnels will turn Flaming forever Until flesh Starts to burn Incision….. So fine The stab of the knife Lending to darkness Then came the… Read More Access
CALM WATERS Too calm to touch the waters Never wishing to distract Waves roll on and on No pebble sending tracks Just watching and looking a view to never change A scenery so common Close your eyes See the same The lightning strikes All the heavens The skies begin to cry Liquids pour and waters… Read More More poetry recycled for your use…..
Trapped in a jungle Perfumed with pain I can taste the seduction Suffocating my brain Only the wicked survive Without heartily scars Don’t bother with rules You won’t get very far The fee is your soul For your heart cannot play This game’s for the cunning Love only gets in the way Once ecstasy bits… Read More Trapped In a Jungle (baggage from other blog)
Written in 1986 (16 years old)…..recently located material Journals are something I hated to keep in school. It seemed that no matter what grade I was in, or what caliber of teacher I had, a journal was required. Why? This is the only thing I really want to know now. Why would a grown adult… Read More Not your mother’s journal
Easter is now here Christ and egg hunts do not mix Candy cross children? We missed church today The kids do not understand Bunnies rule today Let’s celebrate life With yellow marshmallow chicks For death we roast them Thanks for the rise dude Hallmark is your biggest fan You should make them tithe
Many moons ago, my Icelandic friend game me a book of sayings. The book, The Sayings of the Vikings, consists of short poems (proverbs/wisdom) translated into English. Let’s see if there is anything we can sink our teeth into as we approach another holiday destined to bring family and friends together to eat and argue.… Read More Vikings: Raiding while philosophizing?