Friday, May 10, 2013
Things progress through time
Even when the lines don’t rhyme
Flowing down a river
Into a happy ether.
Dreams normally speak to me
Of things beyond reality
Yet now they speak of the present
Where love is quite pleasant
Yet how am I supposed to create?
Isn’t pain creativity’s bait?
Maybe I’m wrong
Because pain fed me for so long....
Happiness is an amazing thing
I feel as if I’m flying up a string
But when I sit down to write
The easiest thing to plot is a plight
There are those that create
Where happiness doesn’t abate
They inspire me unbelievably so
With love’s undeniable throw
But when I do such a thing
I start to wonder about flooding
Too much of something can drown
How much should I share before I clamp down?
The things I worry about are silly
Of course my wife and I are touchie feelie
But I know you don’t want to read that
Day after day of love’s mushy format
Luckily there are day to day problems
That need working out with a blog’s dictums
I might be happy as a lark
But there are still problems quite stark
With life in general, and life all around
Like how most of today’s youth is Hellward bound
And luckily, with my happiness where it is
I can use my inspiration to find the best solutions
For that is why I read blogs myself
To work through the pains I sit on a shelf
My dreams of love can fully abound
Because of this way out I found
I shall write and write and write some more
Because writing is something I fully adore
And my wife will fully attest
For she loves my writing the best
So I do it for myself and I do it for her
And I will continue to mention she makes my soul purr
Even when I write about pain
It will always come back to my love for her, again and again.
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Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Doctor Who, for those that don’t know, is one of the most popular television shows in the world. It originates from Britain, and is actually celebrating it beginning 50 years ago.... I don’t see how its not the longest running show ever....
When I first saw it, there was nothing on TV like it, especially not in the USA. The humor was not only funny, but incredibly smart, filled with all sorts of wonderful imagination. After watching that show, way back in the 80s, I grew a sort of disdain for the television shows in the US....
Monday, May 6, 2013
Somewhere along the way, I started collecting knowledge. My brain just soaks it up from all over the place. And somehow, along the same way, I proved Einstein right.... It all comes down to me having that childhood I discussed in The Time I Learned How to Pretend to Smile.
Einstein once said that, “Imagination is more important than knowledge.” I know I use that quote a lot, but wow, what a quote....