Honest and True

My words they are real, fucking honest and true. I’m sorry the timing -if anything- could not please you. I feel every time I win I’ve really just lost. And now look at me. At what cost?

Who do I owe? Who’s wallets deserve my days work? In the end it’s only I who get’s hurt. No time for pleasantries no time for fun. If you say to much, they’ve already won.

Tides come in, they recede and fade. Like strokes on a watch careful, not jaded. Un-hindered by jealousy, lust, compassion your another face on the wall, the latest fashion.

Why do I bother with gifts and glits? Why do I care about frivolous shit? I’m but a man, as mortal as I am nothing I can do will change. It will come again when that time arises. Fast and swift as the pale moon flies. Swift as an arrow that pierces my heart, you thrust forward your mor’gul blade deep within my chest. The hours grow late and I lumber another night without rest.

My goodness! So simple, so delicious! Try this you won’t regret it!

The Glazed Lyon

There aren’t many things in life that I can really just zen out an enjoy.  Reading is one of them, gaming is yet another of them.  Cooking however is the main one.  I could cook all day – and I have!  Two years ago I tackled Thanksgiving Dinner, no turkey – but I did make a giant beast of a ham, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, honeyed carrots, dinner rolls, sweet potatoes, and that’s all my now hungry brain can remember.  It was an entire days worth of work, but it was one of the best cooking memories I have!

This past week it was ridiculously hot in New York, especially at my house where we live in the dark ages of no Air Conditioning and no Central Air. I have a small tower fan and two windows, and a very energy usage conscious mother.  Turning on a TV in my room makes…

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The Tallest Man on Earth – The Dreamer

    Hello, and once again thank you for joining me in this musical experience. You see this song “The Dreamer” really puts to light great feelings that hides in most of us. Thanks for the listen and I hope … Continue reading