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Wednesday, June 22, 2011

The Legend of Met (Sin 5)

"You say work, work six times, Then rest. Rigid this rule. Then I am to make You prime. I am to rest, praise You. "But I want to work, work, Work, work, then play, play, play, Play, work, play, play, play, work, Play, but not to You pray. "I work with my own aim. My 'holy day'? Friday. I drink beer, curse Your name, Not bow knees seventh day. "To reflect on Your deeds? To give thanks? and to praise? Not for me, I'll not heed. 'Tis day to vegetate. "To bring me renewal? No, not me. To renew? Hear... Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

The Legend of Met (Sin 4)

"Why trick You my tamn dongue? Letters switched and reversed. I want to curse you, Dog! My thoughts, You do subvert. "I siss kack to blaspheme When angst mounts to boil me. To blame the High Supreme Is what I desire free. "But You have dell to heal, Make my tongue slip harmless. It denies me a grudge feel. Shapaw! You to me bless? "You sipp me off, Leet Sword! Remove now this irksome curse. Sans outlet, I am bored. Were it to me, I'd curse. "Spoody! I'd blit on You! Vedils be up your Sassjack!... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

The Legend of Met (Sin 3)

W hat gall! You judging men. Were it me, I would not Set a standard, but ten, Scores, whatever be got. Each has his ideas. Who am I then to judge? I'd not force Your quotas. Each's own. I do not budge. If they kill, who am I? As long as it ain't me. If they rape, my, oh, my! Who was that sweet hottie? One sees life sundry ways, Too many for one groove. Some change view, go through phase. Some change, some do not move. Let them fight it out low. To clash, it doesn't matter. Too many to line a... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, June 3, 2011

The Legend of Met (Sin 2)

" W hy look to you, unseen, When I touch, feel nature? Against a tree I do lean; You're away in azure. "Animals inform me. Birds, berries to eat, Distress calls, I then flee, Sustained I by bear's meat. "Cooing sounds are soothing, Meant for pigeons young, true; But 'tis nature sharing. It's like wet grassy dew. "What I mean: perceptions. Creature of nature am I. With her pure operations I do identify "Trees, brush, flora, seaweed, rocks, Gnats, dragonflies, ants, bees, Boars, bruins, birds,... Sign in to see full entry.

Thursday, June 2, 2011

The Legend of Met (Sin 1)

" W as it an accident You were born God, not I? I want gods to me bent. Who should be God but I? "Lucifer was all right: No place for You at top For me, there should be might; Some to rise, some to drop. "Angels, demons, and folk To me bow down, swear, "Met!" To turn soft as egg yolks Under my hands, my net. "To this, that, at a whim. Worlds, stars, darkness, or light; Subject to me, bright or dim; To play the role of sprite. "Striving men go, good, bad; Doesn't matter to me. Snap! One alive,... Sign in to see full entry.

Sunday, May 29, 2011

The Legend of Met (Introduction)

G od knocks on Met's stone door. Met says, "Come in, I say, Gripes I will tell you more." God says, "But this fine day?" "Not for me, You made it, But You don't make me pleased. It's just crap, all of it, For me. So I feel teased." "Lodge then your complaint, Met. You have only one side. Sun going down, it sets. Look to me, see sunrise." "I make a sound request." "What is it?" smiles, nods God. "I say to sin is best. Allow me to sin, by God." "I stop you not your vice, But it's best not to sin.... Sign in to see full entry.

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Not a Girlfriend (Revised sligtly)

I adjust my baseball cap as I step into the Buffalo Lounge, a bar and restaurant in Ellwood, the town where I grew up. The cap is blue with the red letters “R.C.” stitched upon it, but it may just as well bear a giant red “C” for confidence. It fits fine on my head. A man I knew only as a boy comes up to me and shakes my hand. “Congratulations, Steve! I read in the paper your Little League team won the state again!” “Thank you. You’ve lost a little hair, Aaron, but you’re looking great... Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Red Country Mile (Part 7: Conclusion)

X-rays show you have no broken or fractured ribs. The doctor gives you the okay to horse ride but to take it easy all the same. During our visit with Grandma, she engages you in your progress horse riding. I could see your growing excitement doing so, but you actually tell Grandma first that it is starting to become a passion for you. With that news, she lights up. You tell her you have to leave soon to take summer coursework. She challenges you that when you become a fully-fledged doctor to... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, May 9, 2011

Red Country Mile (Part 5/Revised Order)

Uncle has a different treat in store for you. He had planned for you to be around. You step out unto the porch after breakfast. You feel Uncle's firm hand come down on your shoulder. "Today I'm going to show you branding... five late brandings," he says. Approaching from a parked blue pick up comes a lanky, stubble-bearded man. "You must be the greenhorn Wylie here has been telling me about." His voice has a nasal twang. "Well, I'm definitely not from the sticks!" you retort. "I'm a neighbor and... Sign in to see full entry.

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Red Country Mile (Part 6)

We choose a beaming sunny day to go on our spelunking excursion. We hiked a mile and a half east before coming to the butte with the cave. At the dry gray base, you notice a small, wrinkly opening that is no more than six feet high and three feet wide. "Is this it? It looks quite narrow to me. We would have to crawl on our knees." "Well, that is part of what spelunking is all about. You'd fit better than me, you're smaller. In fact, you could be a natural spelunker. You're like a mouse." I crack... Sign in to see full entry.

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