Welcome to the Supreme Court of Humanity! We welcome the bravests among us to file lawsuits, But first we must warn you the rules absolute: Safety and acceptance are always pre-exclude, Appraisal, opprobrium shouldn't catch you out of blue. Tell us your distress and ordeals, we will put you on the auto trials, In front… Continue reading On Trial–(A Satire)
I’m Over Ms.Hope
As soon as you trust yourself, you will know how to live. — Johann Wolfgang von Goethe . To make a confession, I have no poems proper. I found words quite foolish. For I have learned to look on nature, Not as the hour of thoughtless youth, But hearing oftentimes, the still, sad music of… Continue reading I’m Over Ms.Hope
Can A Secret Be Forgiven
Through the eyes I feel your heart in mine A gentle knock on the closed gate Demands a secret be seen . But sometimes I feel so small I raise my hand, jump high Still can’t touch the sky . I feel so small I try to fight, toss behind Still can’t reach the end… Continue reading Can A Secret Be Forgiven
Dear Ann, My little one. My protector. Graceful and cunning. Invisible to all, You have fooled the world. *** Dear Ann, My troubled one, My destroyer. Bright and dark. misunderstood by all, You have fooled the world. *** Dear Ann, My poor darling. You have cried to my heartbroken. I begged a clue from you,… Continue reading Dear Ann
How Old Will You Be In Heaven?
“After you die and go to heaven and meet your husband again, will he be thirty-three or seventy or eighty? And how old will you be? It would be strange for you, over seventy, to meet him at thirty-three.” I asked her one day. She was Anglican and had a very strong faith. She firmly… Continue reading How Old Will You Be In Heaven?