Monthly Archives: December 2013

From An Ants Point of View

How majestic is this tree
From an ants point of view
I will climb it and explore
I will find a drop of dew
Will I find it between the bark
Oh no there’s only sap
Stay away or get stuck
Wise words from my pap
Up and up I go
Does this tree ever end
Up and up I go
It will be worth it in the end
Should I climb out on a limb?
Or should I stay safe on the trunk
The only way to reach a leaf
Is to perform this crazy stunt
One foot at a time
I have six don’t you know
I can feel the wind a gust
I can feel it really blow
I will not fall
I will not swing
I will make it to that leaf!
I will be a happy king
Oh it will be a relief
Almost there
I see the dew
Right in front of me
I’ve got it!
Yay Yippee!
A king ant there is in me!


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The Calamity of Fate

It was a fortunate mistake

to see you in the evening

it was a happy accident

to pass you in the street

It was a pleasant surprise

to find you at home

It’s not taken for granted

the moment of unexpected

it is a fancy pleasure

the calamity of fate 


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December 26, 2013 · 6:09 pm

The Princess and The Beetle

Once upon a time there was a beautiful princess and a insignificant beetle. They had many beautiful and insignificant friends, but they had a very special friendship with each other. Every day the beautiful princess would leave out a dish of sugar for the beetle and every day the beetle would go out to the garden and bring her a rose on his back. Now you may ask yourself … how can a beautiful princess and an insignificant beetle be such special friends? Well — who doesn’t need a little sugar and roses!

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Pomegranate Wine

Have you ever had the pleasure of the flavor
Of pomegranate wine on your tongue?
It’s dark cool wetness on your lips?
You will find that it holds
A hidden part of nature
In the belly of it’s bottle
And as it’s juices flow
Through the neck of it’s flute
and into your glass
It splashes with delight and pleasure
As it readies for a taste
Full of Richness like a tart grape
Almost as if the skin
Of the fruit remains exposed
And deep within each drop
Is an unbearable sweetness
That shocks your senses
As it trickles down your throat
And slowly makes it’s way to your heart
Encompassing your soul
Warming your body in ways
Never forseen
Only secretly desired
You pour more into your mouth
Allowing it’s thick salty honey
To fill your cheeks
Sustaining a breath
Eluding that swallow
Enjoying the tickle
Of it’s fruits on your tongue
As you fully consume it’s ripeness
Until only your saliva stays
Saddened by it’s departure

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Haiku Madness

“Haiku is a beautiful form of Japanese poetry consisting of seventeen syllables: Five syllables in the first line, seven syllables in the second line, and five in the third line.”

Haiku 1.
Wicked thoughts in mind
Behind the curtains falling
Leaves are falling also

Haiku 2.
Fertile land surrounds
Moonlight on the ground is found
Flesh hidden beneath

Haiku 3.
Dripping into mouth
Plucking off your soft warm clothes
Hero in the night

Haiku 4.
Hot chocolate with cup
Warmth in my hands and cheeks
Yummy Mexican Spice

Haiku 5.
Heavy fortunes slip
Away from those who hold tight
Happy is the heart

Haiku 6.
Our world swells with hurt
Wisdom is a dream we can
All wish for someday

Haiku 7.
Swimming in her touch
Balancing on her tongue
Travels through my soul

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