Monthly Archives: October 2014

Deadlines

I hate ’em, They get in the way Of my own agenda What I want for today. Are they obstacles or guidelines Do they help or disturb? Like the tracks the trains rides on And without them crashes, burns. What … Continue reading

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A Tribute To Franklin, No Small Step

This is a tribute to a friend of mine who celebrates 1 year sobriety tonight. I hope to read him this poem at his celebration. He’s quite a man, I hope you get to meet him someday. Franklin They thought … Continue reading

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Numbers Don’t Lie

Do you have a favorite number? Why is it your favorite? I’ve always been intrigued by the number 3 but not sure why. I’ve always thought it must be an important number since God exists in 3 persons, Father, Son … Continue reading

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Stinkin’ Thinkin’

Ever wonder why you seem to make the same mistakes over and over? Like dating people that aren’t good for you and, in fact, are harmful to you. Why you choose the same losers for friends; same activities that only … Continue reading

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The Frigid Rigid

When the body is dead They call it a stiff When a person’s hardheaded They call him amiss. Fundamentalism’s obeying All of the rules, Even if the hearts not in it, A rules a rule. Children see the world As … Continue reading

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The High Road, Doing The Right Thing, Regardless

The high road is scary, You’re often alone; The air is so thin There’s no where to roam. The few times I’ve tried it, I really wanted to fight; I’m the one hurting It’s him who should do right. Right … Continue reading

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