There once lived a dim-witted Simon Known as the sweet simple pieman Though he spoke very plain And never’d complain His pies were the best in the highlands
There is no need for introduction This constant way of self-destruction Afraid to face the sorrow of the day She kept herself in trepidation Hidden from the sure damnation That filled her since her lover went away Surely if she faced the day She’d see that there’s another way To grab her fears and look them in the eye But sadly she was filled with sorrow Could not arise to face the… Read More
From Daily Prompt No Apologies I’ll have a large double-double please.
From the Daily Prompt Powerful Suggestion When I was twelve, a friend of the family told me about what hot-dogs are made of and what was in dark-coloured soda. (I won’t give details as they are nasty from what she’d said). True or not, I’ve never eaten a hot-dog to this day nor had any soda that I can’t see through! When I look back, so eager in my youth to grow up,… Read More
Saturday’s Daily Prompt was If I Ruled the World, it brought me right back to Grade Nine where we sang this song, I always loved it.. hope you enjoy! PS – love this version sung by Michael Jackson!
From the Daily Post.. if all of the technology in your life disappeared, which would you miss the most. My computer.. has my heart in it.. Family photos Emails from loved ones My connection to family out of country to keep up My poetry and journal
Out of My Cave In the midst of the cave Haunted and torn You called me to life And I was reborn “Out of the darkness I called forth the light Created the universe And made your world bright “I hide in the shadows But they are your home Working your will When you think you’re alone “Embrace me, my child As I show you my ways Be not afraid As I… Read More