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Day: April 3, 2021
Do for love…
Do for love….
Pretty words, long dances into the midnight hours, tasty kisses and warm embrace is what you are to me.
Once we believe in nothing and today. You and I. Believe in the magic of love.
Love me right, love me wrong. Just stay till we can’t love no-more.
We have pretty pictures, kind memories. Let’s create a everlasting love my sweet. Life can be hard and you are the sweetness I need.
Do it for love my darling. Turn on the soft songs and let’s dance in the darkness. You and I. Let’s find the places where love is safe and love can be our ambrosia.
Lost loves and unlickable lollipops
She knew she was getting closer
as the crashing of the waves
could be heard just ahead.
And with each thunderous roar,
she felt the beckoning vibrations
welcoming her home.
Those undulating arms
grew her anticipation,
each surge increasing her desire
for all she had missed.
And as the last golden mound appeared,
her excitement could hardly be contained.
For she knew in just a few more moments
she’d be dipping her eager toes
in those wonderful frothy tides.
One last hurdle was all it took,
and then a sigh and gasp broke free.
It was even more beautiful
than she’d remembered,
and a sea of gleaming diamonds
met her wondrous gaze.
The lolly she’d been enjoying
suddenly fell forgotten.
The shiny morsel deeply embedded
in the powdery sand.
The jaw-dropping scene
left her limp and bedazzled.
The setting much too impressive
for any other cares.
© 2021 Michelle Cook
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A Runaway ChooChoo Limerick
50 yrs ago in HS American Politics became crystal clear to me A Congressman in one of the 5 boroughs spent 10Xs his congressional salary on his campaign – ??? ROI
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Don’t carry any baggage,
Set yourself free,
Free from needless
Things & people.
Travel the life
Free yourself from
What holds you back.
Lift yourself once again,
Never give anybody the
Privilege to make you feel
Fandango’s Provocative Question #115 -Necessary Evil?
Welcome once again to Fandango’s Provocative Question.
This week’s provocative question is about evil. The word evil is defined as something profoundly immoral and wicked. Recently I heard someone use the phrase, “a necessary evil.” When I Googled that phrase, I saw that it refers to an evil that someone believes must be done or accepted because it is necessary to achieve a better outcome — especially because possible alternative courses of action or inaction are expected to be worse.
So the question is simply this:
Is there really such a thing as a necessary evil, or is it just a way for us to rationalize or justify doing something bad?
What is necessary? And evil?
I can think of a few examples where you can call it a necessary evil;
I think politicians can be really categorizedas a
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He Bulldozed His Way Through Life
He bulldozed his way through life
Never a care about anyone else
Leaving broken hearts
Littered across the pavement
As he rode his way into the sunset
You would think that he would look back
At least one last goodbye
The tattered sheets he gave his love to
a sliver of warmth to the fragments he left behind
I couldn’t see his face
But I imagined … or at least I hoped
that he had a solitary tear
That he held his head high
But he was broken inside
I couldn’t hear him any longer
But I imagined … or at least I hoped
that his lip quivered a little
Maybe his own heart let out a whimper
Because you cannot runaway from all the broken hearts
Without breaking a little of your own in return
Theimpetuous way he lived his life
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RESCUE…NOT! … a silly poem
I came to the rescue just a little too late
The damage was done
A sealing of fate
If only I’d been there – so profound
I’d have saved that ice cream
Before it hit the ground