To the Hardware Department is where I will go To find all that I need and more than I could want. It’s a bright place of wonder and many delights. When a man has no hardware, he’s prone to start fights. And a man without tools is quite easy to taunt So show kindness to such a soul. He’s feeling low.
The requirement for a good screw occurs when In the mind there’s a yearning to see what’s out west. If perchance I should go there and not find my gold I would feel disappointed and somewhat controlled. When it comes to good hardware I will find the best At the Hardware Department where often I’ve been.
We all need a good screw every once in a while. It’s a function of nature to drive it in deep. Yet, the deeper it’s driven, the tighter the hold. Living with living hardware is meant for the bold. What one finds at the hardware store doesn’t come cheap And with proper alignment, folks can screw in style.
I have but to get happy. There’s no way around Living life in sheer wonder and true joy without Seeking happiness first, because that’s the sure thing That will bring me to that which can make my heart sing. There is not much worth living when living in doubt. As I practice good feeling thoughts, wisdom is found.
Just shut up and be happy. Don’t go down that road That I know leads to some place that gives me the creeps Or else gets me engaging in righteous discourse. If that is what I’m after, I’ve strayed from my source. A most generous stream of pure happiness keeps My abundance a fountain, where once nothing flowed.
I can practice my happy thoughts day after day And from minute to minute, as I am inclined To be open to receiving all that’s in store From the source that is infinite – always with more. From a state of believing, I’m destined to find That this universe functions on laughter and play.
This half-life that I’m living is not a straight line. Though it is a real function. I can’t coexist. I’m one being of integral selfhood right now And for all now’s becoming until my last bow. When my flesh turns to ashes, my soul may be missed. This derivative interval is yours and mine.
Life seems never too level. There’s always some slope. I climb up and roll down along path with a view Of solutions to problems I do not create. If I see things that way am I governed by fate? By deriving what’s integral to what is true I have no need for wishing or banking on hope.
With regard to the area under my graph It is all that’s contained in one half sudden wake. It behooves me to look once and then turn away Toward that which is most wanted. My heart cannot stray From my limit as I approach all that can make Me surrender in tune to a good belly laugh.
I have mistreated women. I tell you no lie. If I did you would tell the world decades from now – Never there and then and spoken right to my face Always hence many moons to brew ample disgrace. I detest my foul actions. Should I take a bow? It is time for this world to behold a man cry.
What to make of my actions? Am I of bad blood? At the time I performed them, I knew they were wrong. Yet, I just couldn’t stop myself. Who is to blame? I can point to no other, as men are the same. We can take what we want thinking that we are strong. We are human and male with minds thicker than mud.
What can aid indigestion of unwanted deeds Within those who committed them and their oppressed? Some may say, “Just say no; nip that thing in the bud.” But if hell freezes over before the next flood The position of women may fully be stressed. Until then, poor digestion is all that proceeds.
If the news are as cattle, is battle the wave Of the future where sources of worthy content Shoot it out in the main among those who are not? Giddy up them thar dogies; they are a fine lot. Head them up. Move them out. Cover every event Where the focus is stuck on how folks misbehave.
I’m no cowboy journalist. That’s a fine art. Yet, I could not demand that it be nothing more Than the facts – not discussion among talking heads. Verbal discourse can wrap the mind in tangled threads. We seem used to tough leather. Our spirits seem poor. Yet, that image is fallacy right from the start.
I can round up them rascals quite well on my own. I can tell them, “Go thither,” and they will do so. This old world is in good shape. The town is a mess. One could say we are bastions of beef, more or less. They may be disapproving. If so, they must go. I don’t mind my own head talking when I’m alone.
I am not one to shirk it when given a circuit. The ones that are simple are simply divine. Free electrons make loopty loops and ride along In whatever they’re going through. Naught can go wrong Until fate disconnects them. ‘Till then, they are fine. They need only a jumpstart and don’t have to work it.
As I live this amusement park, I take delight In the color and wonder and movement I see. Never mind that I’m grown up. I see with the eyes That seek laughter and joy and much fun filled surprise. I take measure of not much, these days. I can be Anywhere that enthralls me by day or by night.
There’s an amplification that takes place within When the base signal reaches a level above That which turns on life flow. Worthy output appears At the inner collector made wise through the years. I can enter one end and go out in pure love. There’s no ending. There’s just somewhere new to begin.
Hi! Dick Dudworthy here with some cryptic advise For those seeking help to get right with the law. I’m as blind as a bat. That’s how life should be seen So I can’t tell what’s dirty from that which is clean. They are both interchangeable, and best of all I need not speak the truth. I need but to act nice.
An attorney is one who sorts out right from wrong From the client’s perspective… a short order crook. Every law is a structure with moveable parts. They require those skilled in the deceptive arts. So it doesn’t make much sense to play by the book. You may end up in some place where you don’t belong.
Although justice is blind, that don’t help my behind With deciphering how human nature becomes So entangled in verbal machinery that We can sue anyone at the drop of a hat. I exist for those righteous in beating the drums Of devout indignation and false peace of mind.
If one cares for one’s garden, all good things will grow. One must watch it consistently to keep it free Of invaders like grasshoppers and other pests And of all of the things that a garden detests. If one ignores one’s garden, it will come to be That it grows rather poorly. This much I do know.
In brief commentary to she who’s named Mary I would ask how her garden exists in her mind. If she said, “It’s a puzzle. It doesn’t make sense,” I would then be obliged to take her thought’s defense. Everything about life is a game of a kind. There’s no burden to play… no big load to carry.
I can cultivate gardens of chaos by how My neglect of them leaves them wide open to prey. I can bring about order when things run amuck. I can do myself well by not passing the buck. The wise octopus frolics through much of his day. He’s at home in serenity forever now.
Ask a child what he wants to be when he grows up. He will tell you most certainly what that will be. That’s because he is centered. He has not learned how To add doubt to his judgement. He lives in the now. What is fixed in the mind’s eye is rightful to see. The child’s measure of joy is as kettle to cup.
We can be, do or have anything that is thought. This fine truth is as old as the makers of time. Children know this until they are programmed to not. It’s the way of society. Most have forgot That the secret to living in wonder sublime Is to follow one’s dreaming towards that which is sought.
Children ask lots of ‘why?’ and expect us to tell As they see us as wiser than they at the start. Then when they become older, they see how confused And beset with obsession with being abused We can be. And to them it seems we’ve made an art Of subverting ambition and making life hell.
Ask yourself why you want it – that which you desire. It will then become active. This universe has Every means that is known and unknown to provide The reality dreamt of and worked toward with pride. The dreams of the children have worth just as much as Those of anyone with the good will to reach higher.
It’s a time to relax among those of like mind. I can do that wholeheartedly without the need For someone to tell me that I should find the time To detach from life’s turmoil and thick psychic slime. I am not meant to travel through life at high speed. I must temper my pace to one that is more kind.
The full essence of all I appreciate, now, And flows constantly through me, as I remain still, Will create my reality fresh from the start. I can bless my awareness that I’m taking part In engaging my own stretch by gift of free will. Life’s abundance depends on how much I allow.
I can find things to cheer about. Surely, I must. I was made to appreciate all that God made. Would a good God have made anything that is bad? That’s a pregnant misnomer that could drive one mad. I make peace with my path and accept how it’s laid. One big lesson in living is learning to trust.
This peculiar design hasn’t passed by my desk. Who came up with it? This really baffles my mind. Most the creatures I know get along on all fours. Most have skin that stays dry. They have nothing like pores. This design that becomes me is of an odd kind. Does it have the potential to be statuesque?
It is of its own nature subliminal to The same math that is natural to the grand sum Of the natures of all things perceived in this realm. But can man be perceived to be wise at the helm? This design has some issues to be overcome. It could be tweaked a bit more. Perhaps that will do.
This magnificent form is not perfect to me As it reaches from nature to nature by way Of the mind that reflects like a mirror with heart. When my vision gets cloudy, I may fall apart. It’s a trip being human. It quickens my day And provides me with wonder and purpose to be.
Life’s a good morning stretch and fresh veggies to munch. I am whole and complete in the moment my mood Reaches synergy with all that matters to me. I’m a picture of wholeness whenever I see I’ve tremendous momentum of life force accrued. I am one thought away from the next perfect hunch.
I could have every ailment that’s known to mankind Come afflict me today as I work and then play. I can know when I am thinking thoughts that feel good So that any tomorrow can feel as it should. My good thoughts help keep physical illness at bay. This can also be so for disease of the mind.
I don’t give much attention to things I don’t want. This is wholesome advice and the key to good health. When it does not feel good, I turn my head away. There are many things elsewhere to brighten my day. I’m immersed in wellbeing. I wallow in wealth. My most heartfelt discernment is my confidant.
Hope you’re chillin’, Macmillan and sick McGraw Hill. What the Fuck are your names worth? Ten dollars per page? What the Hell are you teaching our kids by your ways? Your kids all learn in private while smothered in praise That’s as fake as the actor upon a live stage. I am baffled, again, by the farce of free will.
It is part of my undoing that I am cast In the drama where bullshit become the stage props. Why I can’t have a textbook when I volunteer To help kids with their reading, to me, is unclear. I could spend time with children until my heart stops But this issue of profit is one that will last.
Grubby Publisher, What Gives You The Arrogant Ass To charge hundreds for children’s books for public schools? Oh! I get it! Your greed gives you every damned right. You may kiss mine profusely throughout this white night. Who the Hell stole your insight? We all are not fools. A new fresh wave is coming. This old one will pass.
Mega Mother Mirifica straight from Thailand Is the herb I’m most high on. It is nature’s best. None can mess with my motormouth. Many have tried. I will talk rings around people and with great pride. When my speech engine piques, I out motor the rest. I don’t know what I’m saying, but folks understand.
Give me riches or fame or life’s forbidden fruit. That may satisfy me if I were but a dame. But my mouth is terrific. It runs on its own Whether standing before you or via smartphone. Men and women do motormouth about the same And this doesn’t stop either from being astute.
I have something to say just as those who do not. It can’t matter too little if there’s little talk Because I fill the vacuum when there is no sound. I could gab myself giddy. I’m quick to expound On most anything uttered among any flock. Where there are ears to talk to, I do what I ought.
I’m a fan of Abundance. I am Nature’s Breeze And what my heart caresses is pure plenitude. Though I have want of nothing, I’m ready for more. I am rich with desire with joy to explore. Often covered in leaves, sometimes gold can be viewed. It is all in the choosing of how my heart sees.
I’m a creature of color and vision as well. I don’t see many numbers when I take a look Through the colorblind booklet to see if I’m fit To live life to its fullest without a permit. Shortage is a perception disguised as a crook. If believed in, it surely will cast a bleak spell.
There’s a Stream of Abundance engulfing us all. But, in order to see it, I must be in tune To that Stream of Abundance. There must be no doubt That I can live in joy either with or without That which I may be wanting. It then will come soon. I invite my abundance to tease and enthrall.
It was custom that candidates pleaded their case To the public who decided which one would be The next governor to stand outside of the law. They had made their decision at once and for all. They had chosen The Grab Ass, and to some degree, ‘Twas a guaranteed win without running a race.
“Which one do you want me to give to you today?” Asked the Uncle, so gobsmacked at such a lame choice. “Shall I give you this nice Secretary of State? She appears squeaky clean… surely nothing to hate.” But, the people who voted thought they had a voice. The Big Bear chose The Grab Ass. Is this the new way?
“Kindly give us The Grab Ass!” I heard people shout. “We don’t care that he’s nasty and gruff in his ways.
We just want someone brazen to stir up the pot.
The man has a red hard on. This matters a lot!
And as for poor old Hillary, our voices raise –
Lock her up in hell’s dungeon and don’t let her out!”
I collect enough dots. Is this why my gut rots As I work to connect them in meaningful ways? Might I be a philosopher linking my thoughts In a way that brings pleasure like winning at slots? I could learn mathematics the rest of my days Yet derivative functions are rendered ersatz.
Some would say life is meaningless. Some would say not. It’s a question of whether or not one has faith In one’s own fair assessment of all that exists Despite all contradiction. My outlook insists On my making some sense of this cumbersome wraith Of an otherwise haphazard grand master plot.
I must eat my dots slowly so they will digest Without causing discomfort as they make their way To the pit of my feeling that my hunch is keen Wherein logic and insight together are seen As two sides of the one coin, as night is of day. I shall keep on connecting. That’s what I do best.
My strong heart kept my blood pumping all through the night. I had not much to do with it. That’s a good thing. My lungs delivered air all while I was asleep So that as I was dreaming, this body would keep On providing to me all that living can bring. My wellbeing abounds, and that’s no less than right.
I did not have to stay up past midnight last night To make sure that earth’s orbit was fixed in my mind. Some force greater than I has things under control. One can mate with one’s maker, then dare to be whole. But such wholeness may render one’s free will confined To whatever the ego mind claims must be right.
All is kept in its place by the focus of thought From a broader perspective. I need not concern Myself with all that happens. I happen to be In a world of wellbeing. How well I can see That my value is something I don’t have to earn. My wellbeing is guaranteed and never bought.
I am Manny, the meat man with many fine meats. I will slice through your town and deliver fine cuts Of the purest of premium beef parts there are. I’ll deliver the beef with no bull from afar Nor nearby so that all will have beef in their guts Or their butts depending on how well the soul eats.
I do carry whole beef by the half or hind quart Or by wedges with holes in them to give them air. I have beef by the barrel, if that be your shape Or by hormone replacement without the red tape. The whole world is a meat market, just to be fair. All I do is deliver. I’ll never run short.
“Where’s the Beef?”, then, should not be a question for you. I have advertised subtly through the ages. Beef is totally nourishing, high grade protein. It can make the soul hearty and make the heart mean. My whole beef isn’t mean. It’s practiced in stages. I should start selling veggies. Folks might like that too.
It’s a day on the calendar. That’s all it means To someone who has no home and nowhere to go. And it means nothing also to someone like me Whose contempt for most humans sometimes one can see. It’s a day for a break from the bountiful flow Of societal cues that have made us machines.
It’s a day to be thankful. That much I’ll admit. Yet, that is true for every day that I exist. It’s peculiar to put aside one day a year For engaging in thankfulness, some out of fear That if they don’t partake, they will hardly be missed. Among culture and family, one must commit.
I am thankful that God has shown me a new day Full of wonder, excitement and joy unsurpassed. I’d be thankful too, had I not lived through the night. There’s a time for my leaving this world with no fight. I am thankful my time here is not meant to last. Have a blessed Thanksgiving, my heart does obey.
It’s been dry here for ages. The land is so parched. And the trees are all wilting. The grass has turned gray. That is what I don’t want. That is all clear to see. Why I do want the rain is much clearer to me. As I separate out my desire in this way, To the tune of alignment my soul will have marched.
Why I do want the rain is because it does good To all that which it drenches in lavish supply. It does soak the ground well and makes healthy the soil. If I think in the negative, I’m sure to spoil Any chance of it raining for me lest I try A divining type stick made of magical wood.
I can’t talk about how bad the drought is today Then expect that some rain will come. That makes no sense. I must accept the day, though it’s hot as can be And stay focused on gratitude most heartfully. I will gather momentum considered immense. Then, I am the rainmaker who cherishes play.
“Have Engine – Will Poet” shall be my motto. When it comes right down to it, it’s one with some tread. As I travel this highway, my ride must be smooth. When my word road is bumpy, how can my work soothe? I require Full License in trust that I’m read Like a bird at its leisure with some place to go.
I’ve a License Poetic to prove I may drive My machine in whatever way I judge to be Beneficial in getting up just enough speed But not so much that reading becomes a hard deed. I am easy to read, and I cruise radar free. Way ahead of departure, I’m good to arrive.
There’s no Highway Patrol for the poet in me. They say it’s not my day job. I’m too small a fish. I have not earned my letters for poetic arts. Thus, I don’t have the right to endear people’s hearts. So, I’m wild on my highway. I do as I wish. I can poet my ass off and do it with glee.
Have I spent enough time with my sick self today? Seems I’ve used a reserved word from DSM twelve. Some will tell me I’m sick by the things that I write. They’ve a right to be right. I will give them no fight. I shall keep on creating. My true heart will delve Into all that I must be. I’m structured that way.
There’s a time for believing I’m worth every bit Of the life force and consciousness focused through me. That time is, as always, always, and I’m sure That if I took the time to make sure I’m secure I would freefall through life like the leaf from the tree. Life’s momentum is fated so I cannot quit.
Yes, I spent time with self today, searching my soul Not for reason of purpose or conscience remorse But for meaning in how I relate to this day. Did I learn anything new and have fun at play? That is nobody’s business except mine, of course. Yet my sharing it with you is part of my goal.
I’m one cat who is lovesick. My heart is in tune Well to your heart’s desires, whatever they be. Though I sing like a sick wheel and play pretty bad I am having the best time that I’ve ever had Pouring my heart before you and for all to see That I am at my best when I’m touched by the moon.
I’m in love with my loving. Not so much with you Though you happen to be at my center of gaze. I’m in love with my living and being carefree. There’s one purpose to living, and that is to be. Then whatever ensues will enlighten my days. I can share that with you but I can’t say, “I do.”
There are no strings attached to our living the bliss Of communing in harmony throughout our years. I do like you somewhat. Let’s just see how it plays. What will come of our joining, our hearts will appraise. May we forge our way forward and conquer our fears. We’ll begin such a journey upon our first kiss.
Early Christians torched lambs as a sign of respect. None was meant for the lamb, though. It was God’s alone. We’ve since ceased burning creatures we’ve butchered at stake. We have stopped killing witches because of that snake. There are numerous habits that we have outgrown. It makes sense that we’ve done so. Our path is correct.
We are creatures of customs and quaint ritual. I remember the frankincense when I was young. And the Mass sung in Latin was such an affair. It was all very mystical. None can compare To a High Mass where congregants feel they’re among Heaven’s angels and all known as spiritual.
Earth is Spirit As Well as the angels who dwell In that other world where we’ll return to someday. All things are of spirit. There’s nothing that’s not. There’s no call for my feeling that I don’t have squat. I have spirit to play with and put on display. I take notice that I’m a well-fed infidel.
There are two or more gathered. It could be in grace Or in consort with cunning in weaving a spell. Many people united can become perplexed With that ‘chicken or egg’ thing and which will come next. That lame argument is a façade with a smell. It was implemented to keep fools in their place.
People are much like chickens. We scratch and we peck At that which is below us, as we judge it so. As we gather together, we make such a fuss Over just about anything meaningless, thus Most the worms we’re consuming will not make us grow. Social clusters are often a pain in the neck.
I am not xenophobic. I cuck with a few Of my species because alone I’d not survive. Each one pecks in one’s own way. There’s no reason why One should peck like another. No rules here apply Except those of the cosmos wherein we may thrive As we had well intended when we were brand new.
Dear Diary, what a long day it has been. I spent time with some children, but that part was short. Since I’m older, I take social duties to heart Although, what I would teach kids is how to take part In their own self-becoming. I’d fully support What their true hearts desire again and again.
It’s adults who are headaches. Our spirits are dull When it comes to most anything. What can we teach To the little ones who are much closer to truth? We could turn off the bible and study our youth For a little while until we are what we preach. Life is not my migraine. It’s a point to the skull.
It’s been all about finding some honor today. And that seems somewhat meaningless even to me As this long day recesses. I am an adult. I behave like a child. That is not an insult. Most adults I know couldn’t hold shit to a tree. What I learn most from most children is how to play.
Who enjoys a good puzzle? I think we all do. It is good therapy for the indigent mind. I don’t make life a riddle. It is on its own. I can complicate matters, but what I am shown Is a whole world of images, some ill-defined, But all reflecting all that reflects all that’s true.
There is manifold evidence life is a bore If I trick myself into believing it’s true. I could turn on devices and get them to share What we most have in common that we can compare. But devices turn off just like real people do. Life’s a game and a puzzle obsessed with a score.
I can’t stimulate others to what rings my bell. That’s a matter of free will I’m doomed to respect. If this world knew about me, you’d be in my case. You would find somethings on me to cause me disgrace. My most valued reflections of life are suspect To the mirrors of scrutiny I know too well.
One can speak kinds of nasty by number or face Or by what makes the innards convulse for a blast. One can sit side by side on the toilet with friends Who, of like mind, are never caught wearing ‘depends.’ Stoolers would be for seniors who tend to outlast Most their body parts, as if they’ve won a lost race.
I’d hang out at a Stoolers with those of my kind Just to get a good dump on, and speak of it some. There are those who would listen and tell me their tales Of their challenges where constipation prevails… Either that or of issues that make the mind numb. Social Shitting, at present, may be hard to find.
I’m a stay-at-home shitter by nature, I guess. Would I mind sharing details of intimacy Among people who are always glad that I came? I’d not mind crapping with them, but don’t know my name. I’m for Stoolers, and some old folks might well agree That a place for group crapping would mitigate stress.
Poles unlike can repel as this picture will tell: One kind heart made for loving; one mean one for war. We behave on all spectrums we feel may make sense. Our magnetic reactions are our chief defense. We are bipolar creatures who strive to be more Than our natures can handle at times, but we’re well.
Are we well on our way to whoever we are Without knowing the heart’s place in living life well? The invisible flux lines we claim as our force Can bring us true alignment or steer us off course. At the seam of life’s structure is where I can dwell… Where extremes in my makeup are never too far.
Unlike poles do attract, as a matter of fact. My perceptive comparisons are just a way To make sense of the magnetic soup I swim in. Although noble a task, the task is to begin Living life to its fullest with focus on play. It’s a whole different thing, though, when like poles attract.
Though it’s e before i when i comes before r And between d and w, weirdness can be Found in any arrangement of words as they’re played. Broken down into letters, our words seem to aid In describing what’s otherwise quite hard to see. Making magic of words is my best game by far.
With perceptions approximate, how can one know Without language how closely we get to what’s real? We don’t grunt at each other as matter of course. We can talk our way through things without using force. But, too often, we lose track of how people feel. Words may offer to us a firm platform to grow.
My dear friend, the Weirdwordnick and I are a team. We together bend logic as far as we can. I look after my letter tree. He makes the words And makes sure that our letters aren’t eaten by birds. He comes up with some weird ones but not weirder than Ones that I care to give him, sometimes in a stream.
How this past year has been can be put into words: Yellow buttery bleak and red necks gone ablaze. Some who thought we’d get better still think that we are. Yet, we’ve got something bitter. That’s swamp change by far! Through commanding by Twitter, we’ve entered a phase Where the media lead us like innocent herds.
“I just cannot believe it’s not better by now,” Say the ones who had trumpeted triumph in hope That the swamp would come clean again, like long ago, And that coal mines will flourish. Great pride we will show To the world’s many nations whose leaders don’t grope. Things are still pretty cheesy, but not from a cow.
Things are better for me, but no credit goes to Anyone who holds office and squirts on its walls. I am better because my true self lets me know. As I keep on improving my mood, I’ll outgrow My propensity to grab the bull by the balls. I can churn my own butter well, as many do.
A gigantic turntable exists in the sky. It is called the ecliptic. It is the sun’s path That outlines its circumference in such a way That it marks off twelve slices in polar array. It becomes not a hard task to learn all the math That is needed to figure out where planets lie.
Seems it is both or neither a science nor art Though its practice dates back to the dawning of time. Those who think it is folly are set in their ways. With the scientist’s method, sometimes progress stays On the cusp of discovery, stuck in mid climb. Yet the mind and the heart are not lightyears apart.
The Celestial Susan is put into place As a piece of a clockwork in sync with the ways Of behaviors of people according to when And where time introduced them to this life again. Our precise correlations can awe and amaze. We are live on a turntable nestled in space.
Gosh – Darn it! This clump of clay turned out a mess. I have done nothing with it yet, but just the same I can’t put my hands in it. They might well get stuck. Then I’d have to do something with it. I’d have luck If it turned out to be something that brought me fame. But I’m too damned afraid to go through the process.
When I first plop my clay down with audible splat Should I stand back and judge how my work has turned out? I think not. That’s the easiest way to give in To the notion that I don’t know where to begin. I shall get my hands dirty. That’s all it’s about. I can’t call this a work of art yet. It’s not that.
I can mold this dense clay of my life as it spins On its axis completely through touch of my hand. If my hand becomes idle, my fine work may fall. Yet, that’s never a tragedy. And, above all, It’s no reason for hanging my head in the sand. When I mold my own clay of life, everyone wins.
Can my now take on substance and gather some moss As it rolls onward free of no will of its own? As I speak the word ‘now,’ am I speaking what’s true? Because as I speak nowness, each now become new. Can I pinpoint this now moment that can be known By my feeling it only? I am at no loss.
The tall peak of my now is the top of a wave With some level of low grass delighting my base. Right on top of the peak is the surfer I know Who can balance upon now and ride with the flow Of the now that seems ever to stay in one place. Every moment one savors is easy to save.
My best now begins not as I warm up the scope Of the mind with controls that can sharpen the view Of the signal that lets me know I am still here. That the signal is present, my vision is clear. I can ride this great pulse of life all the way through. Where my soul is well centered, there’s no need for hope.
It’s a Flaming Petutia. Minutia fulfills All desires the human mind idle can bare. Though the fragrance is earthy, true colors do bloom As a function of how much the mind will consume With the purpose of sorting out what one can share With some others in hopes it may trigger some thrills.
The Petutia, a sphincter with petals unique, Can release, as it opens, what lies under foot. It is not to be looked at. It’s grosser than hell! There’s no flower quite like it. How does it compel One to while away blissful with feelings well put In a fine floating boat that is headed down creek?
It is done by my knowing the world makes no sense Except for the ones who have found a good space In a field gone prolific in manifold smell. I partake in whatever will ring my heart’s bell And will make life a fresh one immune to disgrace Every moment, in light of no need for defense.
It’s no fun! I am done with my didgeridoo. It turns out it’s a nightmare carved from a tree branch. Though there are those who play it and do it quite well I do better with gut gas. All nearby can tell. Both our blowing could trigger a fine avalanche In a world where such things can come out of the blue.
I’ve a didgeridoo as a gift from a friend. He is not from down under but from across town. Might he have some agreement with them on the side? Does he think I might learn how to play once I’ve tried? Well, I’ve tried it enough times to put the thing down. There’s just too much hard work and ill will to transcend.
So, I’m Didgeri Donewith. I did what I did Thinking I’d have the patience to do as those do Who have talent for getting good sound to come out Of a tube wholly hollow. I’m left with no doubt That my lungs need no workout. My didgeridoo Done did all that it needs to. It now will be hid.
It’s a fact we spend much of our time in some queue. Though we seem to be busy, we’re standing in line. It is so unproductive to waste so much time While we’re being held captive. No moment is prime When there’s no movement forward – no sense of a sign That my prison will free me for more things to do.
Does it seem to be moving? I can’t really tell. The Illusion of movement can play with the mind. Where in the world else but in non-moving lines Can the mind shut down gracefully as it resigns Itself to the reality that I’m confined In a life situation a half tier from hell?
Like most relics, lines have evolved at a slow rate Notwithstanding their increasing length over time. We are Stonehenge-like creatures when frozen in place. When I’m loose in a mindscape, I feel no disgrace. I should zone out as my time seems not worth a dime. Life is much more worth living than having to wait.
Bring that water to boil one degree at a time Over centuries. That ought to get me to cook. I am fat, dumb and happy, but I tend to squeal When I feel I’m not getting a fair and square deal. You, the chef, satisfy me. I won’t take a look At what’s happening to me. I’m feeling sublime.
Love the pills that you’re giving me? Maybe you should. They are ripping my cells apart. My mind as well. And they’re making you rich beyond anyone’s dreams. I’m a pig in a blanket of filth, so it seems. We, the three hundred million-fold, can’t seem to tell If we’re being well-porked and if that’s to our good.
Does my better self-see things the way that I do? Surely Not! It’s a view that it knows has no truth. So, it’s up to my lesser self to find a way To find positive aspects to brighten my day. I prefer to be self-controlled and in my youth. Although life can affect me, I’m not in its stew.
Mother Earth’s skin is gorgeous. She cares for it well. She does not use cosmetics, cold creams or the like. But she’s beautiful as people see her from space. She’s a greenish blue marble with such a clear face. And she does what she needs to do, should disease strike. She can get people moving like bats out of hell.
We The People are ones who infect her fine skin And cause blisters and blemishes through disregard For her womanhood. We treat her like an old bitch. Yet we’re willing to rape her so some may get rich. When her face gets too dirty and too deeply scarred She will wipe herself clean so new life can begin.
The Earth’s skin is an organ – the largest of all. That’s in terms of her surface where all life takes place. As we help care for her skin as we do our own She may see us as not a disease overgrown. All the damage done to her, she well can erase. She’ll get rid of us too, and it seems it’s her call.
My life path doesn’t run me nor walk me at all. It is not like a treadmill where I can pass by The same scenery, never to see something new… Where the mind needs fine earbuds to see the path through. Life is not like a chore I must do or I’ll die. It’s the way that I walk or run, and sometimes crawl.
Sometimes things on my path seem to follow along Like lost puppies, or butterflies or disturbed bees. They are just on my path. I could leave them behind. They will not come around again if I’m inclined To look forward and outward with care to the breeze. That’s a path I can follow. That’s where I belong.
When my life is a treadmill, it just does not work, Though there’s plenty of effort and movement and sweat And the heart and lungs pump like there’s no end in sight. But that doesn’t quite get it. I’m nowhere despite All the hard work I’m doing, though I don’t regret Inner growth as a byproduct and a nice perk.
It’s a parallel gaming. There’s shit going on That we can’t know enough about. There’s just too much. Airplanes going through buildings cannot make them fall. As you watch it again, demolition is all That is clear in the mind. We are eager to clutch Onto whatever game plan is meant for the pawn.
Yes, there is some world order that is being planned But it’s been going on since the Church game board came. There are steep hierarchical ladders and chutes Woven into life’s fabric and up through our roots. Games we think we are playing are not quite the same As that of the few ones with the world underhand.
We could just mind our own business. Maybe that way We’d disrupt the game process by not feeding hype. The news media, big pharma, ‘organized’ crime And so many more game boards will wither with time. These are times that are turbulent and fully ripe For an ultimate game playing toward our doomsday.
A time bomb is not something that’s already made. It takes years to develop one effectively. Like the one that goes ‘cuckoo’, this time bomb will tell Anyone within earshot that he is not well. With his symptoms ignored, he goes on a blood spree. In his heart, he believes life is viciously played.
Now, this is a fine time bomb; we all can agree. It’s not hard to construct one. It does take some time And some diligence at making him feel depraved Of all semblance of worthiness dreamt of or craved. Our society makes them, and it’s not a crime. When backed into life’s corner, how can one feel free?
Making time bombs of people is such a fine art. It requires a knack for discrete social cues And a cool, subtle disregard toward those not cool. Don’t let any guilt get involved. Don’t be a fool. It’s a shame that we know not when he’ll light his fuse. It’s the products we nurture that blow us apart.
There’s a reason I didn’t start speaking ‘til four, As my family began to think something was wrong. I just needed more time. Language didn’t seem quite Like something to take lightly. That didn’t seem right. I was rushed into speaking so I’d get along With society’s programs and culture and more.
Perhaps I took enough time to learn language well Long before I would stutter and make some mistakes. My perfectionist attitude slowed down my pace. Had I known living life well amounts to a race I would not have been tricked into playing high stakes In a game I know nothing of. I am in hell!
I would want future poets to see I made sense On some level, despite my most retrograde mind. Have your way with my style and do call it your own. Do Not tell them it’s mine because my life is blown. Anything attached to my name is ill-assigned. Make a carcass of my work and at my expense.
I attract what comes to me – no doubt about that. When I find myself frazzled by what’s in my way, I do tend to go off. I’ve been known to get riled When I feel that my honor is being defiled By someone with control issues and much to say – Not with words but with attitude like a bobcat.
Tough black cats at the drive thru is what I will get When I doubt what my better self knows fully well. That is: No one can damage my ‘honor’ but me. What goes on in the real world is not mine to see. I can get through this fine day without letting hell Have her pleasure at my expense and much regret.
Self-control is a skill to be practiced and honed And this world does provide opportunities great. I can move most my muscles; that much is for sure. I command subtle energies never obscure To my worthiness as well as those whom I hate. My distaste for the drive thru is hereby postponed.
Well, of course I am right, you malignant disgrace To my intellect! Why would you think I am wrong? I am right about many things. You are as well. Why is it when I speak it becomes a hard sell? Shall I submit to feeling like I don’t belong To the rest of this universe in the first place?
Yes, I’m right about things. I am wrong sometimes too. There’s a sameness among us all. Why am I cast In a world outside yours. Don’t you know that’s not right? That’s why people go ape shit and get so uptight. If you want your ephemeral friendships to last Then respect what folks have to say as they would you.
People’s rightness or wrongness can be loosely based On one’s subconscious preferences that cloud the mind With fallacious assumptions and fractured impressions. If we dislike someone we give subtle expressions Of disgust and judgement that aren’t very kind. One’s contempt for dishonor seems never misplaced.
Mrs. Twidglene McSmidgen is of the old school Where control in the classroom is gained by brute force. She could not have grown old watching Sesame Street. She is like Foghorn Leghorn and doomed to defeat. She can not swat the tots and then stutter, of course. She would love to use some kind of ‘discipline tool.’
But the ‘tools’ today are much like bargaining chips. And her chips are down usually by display. She can’t muster the will to negotiate with Such inferior beings. To her, it’s a myth That the little ones might become people someday. It seems teachers and tyrants are joined at the hips.
Many teachers are parents, so they have some clue As to what makes most little ones act out in ways That are deemed not appropriate and impolite. And they do have some sense of what’s wrong and what’s right. They are people with voices. Their minds aren’t a maze Nor a puzzle with which we know not what to do.
I have digital ties, and much to my surprise I’ve no need to make contact in any real way With the people in my life and throughout the earth. I’ve been trick-fucked by fellowship ever since birth. I have God on my Facebook wall. That’s how I pray. I have no need for sense. Social discourse is wise.
Although digital ties may lead to my demise I just can’t do without them. They’re part of my act. My whole friendship endeavor is too loosely based On how many ‘page views’ and ‘likes’ that have replaced My own sense of self-worth. I spit out the harsh fact That would have me believe I’m a fool in disguise.
My damned digital ties may in time make me wise To the bullshit behind all the ‘thumbs up’ I chase. If I can’t find fulfillment within my own soul I have no sense of value – no means of control. I’ll continue to live life, yet fully embrace Social Media’s squalor and all it implies.
As most archetypes merge and evolve into more Well-submerged in subconsciousness, earth drives the soul Toward fulfilling its haughty desires unscathed Until true life departs oneself. Then one is bathed In a fog unbecoming a person who’s whole. Even though one is chawless, there’s much to adore.
I know nothing of chaw. I am in no debate. But by rogue curiosity I can possess Some faint insight benevolent to the chaw heart. Chaw is nasty to me. We are lightyears apart. I can see people packing it when under stress. When they’re chawless, they enter a psychotic state.
I’ve respect for the chawless and chawfull as well. Rather than keeping tongue in cheek, they keep a ball Of the foulest, most fecal of substances made. Yet, it’s not by my scale that another is weighed. Whence a chawpauper’s chance could be measured as small It’s the breath that might kill you because of the smell.
I’ve stocked up on B’Jesus. I keep tons on hand. I am sometimes scared out of it due to my not Having faith in my knowing that harm can’t occur In my life unless I turn my cheek, as it were, From the wellbeing present. In fact, there’s a lot Of ways to keep B’Jesus intact as I’d planned.
If B’Jesus were marketed in such a way That it wouldn’t wreak havoc within the mass soul, Then maybe all God’s people would trade fear for love. That would be kind of boring for souls up above. They would rather we kick back and watch super bowl. With B’Jesus so volatile, keep lots and pray.
My B’Jesus supply is my ticket to health In a way that no doctor in my life could be. All B’Jesus is warehoused and shipped from the place Deep within self and to self in radiant grace. Any feces that’s fan-borne can’t terrify me. So, in terms of B’Jesus, I wallow in wealth.