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Monday, December 13, 2004

The Lone Star Bright as the Night Itself

The lone star bright as the night itself is cold as a dagger plunged to the hilt; Outshining the nearest by far, insolent, it shines swallowing excess or straying light; Watching overhead, it gives me the creeps, to know that my tunes have gone cold, that my star is as satisfied as before,... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, December 10, 2004

I Love it So, I Thrill and Thrum

I Love it so, I thrill and thrum; looking forward to the arrival of its touch I'm so like nervous and waiting, and um; I like hearing it said so much Having metamorphosed from obsessesive creature: anthropomorphic ash can Of history, and then there you are, and I feature -- you say it --" Silly... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, December 8, 2004

"Wish You Were Here" A Mere Echo of the Real Pink Floyd! And More.

Without my bifocals I cannot tell which came first, "Wish You Were Here" or "Dark Side". But just from "by ear" I can say that the former is certainly a disappointment. I spent all last year listening to "The Wall". Having discovered it late in life, 15 years after it's release, I was mesmerized by... Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, December 7, 2004

Pink Floyd Celebrates 25 Years of the Wall -- A Re-post

It's Not Easy Banging Your Heart Against Some Mad Bugger's Wall." 25th Anniversary of the Third Best-Selling Record in USA -- "The Wall". I liked the Pink Floyd record called "The Wall". The music is a pastiche of sounds from that era, kind of "Strawberry Fields-ish" and set with a background of... Sign in to see full entry.

Saturday, December 4, 2004

"It's Not Easy Banging Your Heart Against Some Mad Bugger's Wall."

25th Anniversary of the Third Best-Selling Record in USA -- "The Wall". I liked the Pink Floyd record called "The Wall". The music is a pastiche of sounds from that era, kind of "Strawberry Fields-ish" and set with a background of television noise. (At certain points you can hear Jim Nabors saying,... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, December 3, 2004

Pardon the Tone of This Piece. I'm Tired and It's been a long week!

So...Here we are, when the darkness equalizes; we don't face our beards till morning, thank God. Our own tucked and safe. Dreamland Express to Adventure; Decades now on the thin promise; decay now, the big lie. Another generation lost. The capital d "Demographics", for scores of years lay in the... Sign in to see full entry.

Sunday, November 28, 2004

My Thanksgiving dinner chat led to this haiku for you hubbies!

Theopnuesty in Vituperative harangue --enigmatically! Sign in to see full entry.

Saturday, November 27, 2004

Happy Birthdays, to Brothers Jim and John in November 2004

Dear brothers, here is a series of very small wishes for your birthdays from an early winter bunker in the midwest. A wish for brilliant silver blue skies where an occasional yellow glider soars overhead and someone is enjoying the earth from above. A wish for a long walk through the fall leaves All... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, November 26, 2004

Here is an instance of real stupid poetry: "When I think of Today"

Our Day is gone and still I think, a memory it will be As off-the-tracks as it seems at this time I must stop, collect my wits, and appreciate a holiday spree. My fifteen year-old daughter prepared the meal rhyme Grandma enjoyed it and Uncle John, up for all to see, And blogging my escape, lavishing... Sign in to see full entry.

Thursday, November 25, 2004

Kingmi's Thamksgiving Gratitude Haiku

Honest Thanksgiving Altruistic Moonlit Bay -- While we are still here! Sign in to see full entry.

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