Friday, October 30, 2009

"Sorry to Intrude"

Sorry, I mean not to intrude,
Nor do I intend to be rude,
By your words, I was inspired,
To express myself I truly desired.
Days since I last writ a word,
Could not think of one, 'twas absurd.
Thy words hath inspired me, a new poem I have writ.
Here is another, one I relay as I sit.
From one poet to another,
A mind unlike any other,
Awestruck I am with thy talent,
These sincere words I do not repent.
From my heart, these words are sent.

"I Love the A"

Though short is this piece,
Praises and shouts I release,
To a city so grand and fun,
Never, ever will I shun.
From movies to clubs to plays,
To restaurants that feed you for days,
I shall never tire of the A.
One of the best cities, I dare say,
One in which I shall reside someday,
'Tis better and livelier than mine, I relay.
For now in my city I shall stay,
Until I can up and move away.
To finally be on my own is my goal,
My life will at last be nearly whole.
Someone special I shall surely meet
One who shall make my life complete.
My life shall forever be replete.

Monday, October 26, 2009

“P-I-S-C-E-S #2”

P - Poison thou art, though seemingly sweet.
I - Inside lies a heart full of deceit.
S - Sweet to the eyes, friendly and nice you appear.
C - Cut through my heart, though, like a spear.
E - Every thought of you brings me pain.
S - So much so, to you I offer utter disdain.

Saturday, October 24, 2009

“S-C-O-R-P-I-O #2”

S - Sweet words I send to thee,
C - Caring thoughts to you from me,
O - Outstanding friend thou art,
R - Real and true from the start,
P - Providing advice and love from the heart.
I - If only I could take you out.
O - O happy birthday to you I shout!

Tuesday, October 20, 2009


S - Such a beautiful smile,
M - Magnificent, 'tis no denial.
I - Indeed, a smile so radiant,
L - Lovely and brilliant,
E - Every inch of it is vibrant.

“A-R-I-E-S #3”

A - A passionate lover, yes I claim.
R - Rough am I? Never will I proclaim.
I - Indeed not all rams are the same.
E - Endless love and care I express.
S - Surely I shall do nothing less.


H - Howling and wailing through the night,
A - All ghouls and ghosts unleash their fright,
L - Looking to spook and scare with delight.
L - Left and right the eerie ghosts appear,
O - Outing their screams to every ear,
W - Wandering the earth, year after year.
E - Every ghoul and goblin venture out,
E - Each one of them lurking about.
N - Nonstop with each shriek and shout.

Monday, October 19, 2009

“Your Hate is My Power”

You can criticize and hate,
Ostracize and discriminate
Thy words will never debilitate.
Nay, they shall make me great.
Only those who envy will hate.
You are one who could not wait,
But your puny words have no weight.
I do not wish to debate,
So goodbye and get a life, mate.

“Happy Birthday.”

Happy birthday to one so fair.
To you I send all my care.
'Tis a special day for thee,
Sweet blessing to you from me.
May your day be filled with love and joy.
May your day be one you will enjoy.
From me to you, Happy birthday.
May it be joyful all day.


C - Calm down, be still your mind.
H - Hurry not, let yourself unwind.
I - Intense thou art; leave thy worries behind.
L - Let not the world keep thee in thy bind.
L - Let your mind, body, and spirit be aligned.


H - How I feel I must relay.
A - Attracted to you I must say.
R - Really hard to keep away.
D - Damn! Baby be mine today!

Didn't They Already Learn from Ms. Runaway Bride? Really!!

Remember Jennifer, the Runaway Bride awhile back? It turned out to be a hoax, just as "Balloon Boy" was.

Well, the incident, revolving around 6-year-old Falcon Heene, who was feared to have gone joy riding in a hot-air balloon, turned out to be a big, fat hoax. It turns out that the family likes to conduct experiments and chase storms. Now, they face charges, and there may have been other people in on it. Check out the article on Yahoo! News.

“D-A-T-S W-A-S-S-U-P”

D - Done and over is this phrase,
A - And yet it is still the craze.
T - Those who continue the cliché
S - Say it with much conviction today.

W - When did this come about,
A - As all who say it still shout?
S - So overused and overplayed,
S - Still it continues to be relayed.
U - Unused it will never be.
P - People will use it with glee.

Sunday, October 18, 2009


P - Possess me? Control me? Never!
O - Oh please! I take control forever.
S - Strong and powerful I am, oh yes.
S - Shake me and break me? Surely thou jest!
E - Every part of me is mine alone.
S - Strength and willfulness I have shown.
S - Stale is your power, your domination destroyed.
I - Inside deep within, I am overjoyed.
V - Vehemently, your authority is neutralized.
E - Every drop is, now and forever, vaporized.

“A-R-I-E-S #2”

A - A truly handsome man I see,
R - Realness you convey with honesty.
I - Inside lies a heart of beauty,
E - Eyes so beautiful and lovely.
S - Smart and oh, so sexy.

“A Door Has Opened”

At long last, a door has opened for me.
Finally, I can see a great opportunity,
To start my life anew, to give it new birth,
To offer it the best that is offered on earth.
With the helping hand of a friend,
A special person, indeed, to no end,
The door was given a nudge,
A door I thought would never budge,
And success, I assumed, became too far,
But has now been left ajar.
Faith has been restored,
Never again shall it be ignored.
Wider this door shall swing,
With each step this door shall fling,
Open and wide; my heart shall surely sing.
Success is within my grasp to cherish,
Never again will I let it perish.

"V-I-R-G-O #2"

V - Very cute you are, with lovely eyes.
I - Indeed, you give my heart a rise.
R - Radiant sweetness doth thou show.
G - Great admiration I bestow.
O - Oh so cuddly, you make me glow.

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Halloween 2009: Mumm-Ra, the Ever-Living from the Thundercats (My Version)


S - Sweet and warm, your smile melts my heart.
A - Appeal so alluring, you set yourself apart.
G - Gallant and friendly to those you meet,
I - Inside dwells a gentleness no one can beat.
T - To gaze into your eyes is a treasure.
T - To caress your body would be the utmost pleasure.
A - A hard-working man, academic and profound,
R - Respect I bestow upon you, utter and sound.
I - Inspirational thou art, intelligent and wise,
U - Unique from other men, this I declare.
S - Sexy, smart, and handsome, no others compare.


C - Cute and cuddly thou art to me
A - A man warm and sweet, this I see.
N - Never are you boring or dull,
C - Creating exciting oh so joyful.
E - Ever so nice you are to talk to,
R - Renounce these words, never shall I do.

Friday, October 16, 2009

“W-H-A-T A-N A-S-S!”

W - What an ass, so beautiful and sexy!
H - Has anyone seen something so lovely?
A - An ass that is worth admission,
T - That ass can put a man in submission.

A - Absolutely perfect, any man would want
N - No man could resist as you dare flaunt.

A - An ass of the utmost, finest sculpture,
S - Surely it allows your sex appeal to rupture.
S - Such an sex fills every man with rapture.

"Where the Wild Things Are" Not for Kids?

Apparently, the film, "Where the Wild Things Are", based on the beloved classic story of the same name by Spike Jonze, turns out to be a hit with the adults. The adults, as children, read and know the story, but the kids of today, being drawn in by animation, seems not so "wild" about it. But, the film received good notes. I know I loved the story, so I hope to see it soon.


S - Seducing me with your appeal,
C - Caressing my heart as you reveal,
O - Outer beauty pleasing to the eyes,
R - Radiance that continues to rise,
P - Penetrating my soul with your smile,
I - Ignite my desire you do, ‘tis no denial.
O - O yes, thou are someone worthwhile.


A - A beautiful sight, a sexy man I see,
Q - Quick to capture my heart so easily.
U - Underneath your stunning physique
A - Awaits such a wondrous mystique.
R - Renders me breathless, it does so well.
I - Inside, deep within, my heart doth swell.
U - Unwavering appeal doth thou present.
S - So strong, it will never be broken or bent.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

6 Year Old Safe: No Balloon Ride After all

Well, it seems that the 6 year old, who was feared to have taken a ride on the family helium balloon, which had gliding up to 50 miles through the air, was actually hiding out at the home the whole time. According to an article on yahoo news, the child's brother said the parents were "besides themselves with worry". The balloon went up Thursday, and the Denver International Airport had to be closed down. Although people reported seeing someone fall out, the fears were laid to rest when, a week later, the child was hiding at home, safe and sound.

Monday, October 12, 2009


S - So tired and played out is this word
W - When will it die? 'Tis so absurd.
A - Atrocious is the word, certainly and for true.
G - Greatly annoying it is to both me and you.
G - Go away you bothersome irritant; we bid you adieu!

Sunday, October 11, 2009

"From Here On Out"

From here on out, this I affirm,
That from this day forward I confirm,
A better man, I shall become,
A better friend to some,
I long ever to prove to some,
But I shall first prove this to myself.
A life I shall live that's not on a shelf.
If only those I hurt would offer a chance,
If only they would shoot one more glance,
Within me they shall see a radiant glow,
A shimmering, blinding sheen from head to toe,
Then, they will see the real me inside
Never from me will they hide.
If only they could see inside my heart,
Never would they want to depart.
We could be friends from the start.

Saturday, October 10, 2009

From Yahoo! News: "Obama reaffirms will end 'don't ask, don't tell'"

By CHRISTINE SIMMONS, Associated Press Writer Christine Simmons, Associated Press Writer – 1 hr 11 mins ago

WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama reaffirmed his campaign pledge to end the ban on homosexuals serving openly in the military in a speech Saturday, but offered no timetable or specifics for acting on that promise.

He acknowledged to a cheering crowd that some policy changes he promised on the campaign trail are not coming as quickly as they expected.

"I will end 'don't ask-don't tell,'" Obama said to a standing ovation from the crowd of about 3,000 at the annual dinner of the Human Rights Campaign, a gay civil rights advocacy group.
The law was passed by Congress in 1993 and signed by President Bill Clinton, who also promised to repeal the ban on homosexuals in the military but was blunted by opposition in the military and Congress. Obama said he's working with Pentagon and congressional leaders on ending the policy.

"We should not be punishing patriotic Americans who have stepped forward to serve the country," Obama said. "We should be celebrating their willingness to step forward and show such courage ... especially when we are fighting two wars."

Obama said it was no secret "our progress may be taking longer than we like." He followed this by asking supporters to trust his administration's course.

"I appreciate that many of you don't believe progress has come fast enough," Obama said. "Do not doubt the direction we are heading and the destination we will reach."
Some advocates said they already have heard Obama's promises — they just want to hear a timeline. Cleve Jones, a pioneer activist and creator of the AIDS Memorial Quilt, said Obama delivered a brilliant speech, but added "it lacked the answer to our most pressing question, which is when."

"He repeated his promises that he's made to us before, but he did not indicate when he would accomplish these goals and we've been waiting for a while now," said Jones, national co-chair of a major gay-rights rally expected to draw thousands of gay and lesbian activists to the National Mall on Sunday.

Obama also called on Congress to repeal the Defense Of Marriage Act, which limits how state, local and federal bodies can recognize partnerships and determine benefits. He also called for a law to extend benefits to domestic partners.

He expressed strong support for the Human Rights Campaign agenda — ending discrimination against gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender people — but stopped short of laying out a detailed plan for how to get there.

"My expectation is that when you look back on these years you will look back and see a time when we put a stop against discrimination ... whether in the office or the battlefield," Obama said.

Obama's political energies are focused on managing two wars, the economic crisis and his attempt to reform the health care system.
His message Saturday was one of unity and support for a group that has funneled large amounts of money into Democratic coffers.

"I'm here with a simple message: I'm here with you in that fight," Obama said.
Obama also addressed those who do not favor advancing gay rights. A recent Pew Research Center poll asked about homosexual behavior, and about half said it is morally wrong. "There's still laws to change and there's still hearts to open," Obama said.

Since Obama took office in January, some advocates have complained that Obama has not followed through on promises on issues they hold dear and has not championed their causes from the White House, including ending the ban on gays serving openly in the military and pushing tough nondiscrimination policies.

Richard Socarides, who advised Clinton's administration on gay and lesbian policy, said Obama delivered "a strong speech in tone, although only vaguely reassuring in content."
"The president and Nobel winner came and paid his respects, but tomorrow many will ask: What's his plan, what's his timetable?"

In the past, Obama has urged the gay-rights community to trust him. In June, he pointed to some initial efforts, such as a presidential memorandum he issued that expands some federal benefits to same-sex partners.

Obama publicly has previously committed himself to repealing the "don't ask, don't tell" policy that allows gays and lesbians to serve in the military as long as they don't disclose their sexual orientation or act on it. But Obama hasn't taken any concrete steps urging Congress to rescind the policy, and his national security adviser last weekend would only say that Obama will focus on overturning it "at the right time."

Obama also pledged during the campaign to work for repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act. But lawyers in his administration defended the law in a court brief. White House aides said they were only doing their jobs to back a law that was already on the books.

The gay community is somewhat split as to whether Obama should be expected to produce results right away.

The Human Rights Campaign, which invited Obama to speak at its dinner Saturday night, holds out hope of seeing more action.

"We have never had a stronger ally in the White House. Never," Joe Solmonese, the group's president, said at the dinner before Obama spoke. In an interview, he said the Obama administration has been working with the group on a range of issues "on an almost weekly and sometimes daily basis."

Obama noted new hate-crimes legislation, which would make it a federal crime to assault people because of their sexual orientation. Approved by the House this week, Obama predicted it would pass the Senate and promised to sign it into law.

“Thank You”

A smile so beautiful,
One that is wonderful.
O, how I love your smile
Making my heart run a mile.
If only I could get to know
One who compliments me so.
Thank you for thy comment.
Every word I know you meant.
These words to you I have sent.

Friday, October 9, 2009


P - Pretty eyes doth thou possess.
I - In your heart lies goodness,
S - Shining ever radiantly,
C - Captivating all brilliantly.
E - Easy to talk to, friendly from the start,
S - Sexy and cute, these words are from the heart.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

“A Glimmer of Hope”

A glimmer of hope shines through the window,
Offering my life a sweet, shiny glow.
Great confidence and charisma I shall show.
With hope, what I desire they shall bestow.
At long last, I stare at hope’s eyes,
After waiting and longing for it to rise.
Can it be, that after long last, my quest shall end?
Nay; though wonderful it shall be,
To start my life anew for all to see,
The journey shall continue for me.
I grow, yet, closer to my desire.
No matter how great the fire,
My persistence, I shall not retire.
Hope is here to stay.
Never shall it go astray.
Success will be mine.
Once again, I shall shine.


C - Charismatic and confident thou art.
A - Apart from others from the start,
P - Providing wisdom and knowledge from the heart,
R - Riveting it is to have you around.
I - Indeed, no cooler person can be found.
C - Creative thou art, denied it cannot be.
O - Of all the friends that one can see,
R - Respect and reverence are bestowed to thee.
N - Never anything less would one decree.


G - Gregarious, fun and cool you are,
E - Easy-going and laid-back by far.
M - Many have not a swag like you.
I - Indeed they try but have not a clue.
N - Honest and real, but nice and sweet,
I - Inside lies a heart that none can beat.


T - Talented thou art, with much to say,
A - An author whose books shall relay
U - Undeniable creativity someday.
R - Real talent that people will crave,
U - Unmistakably, yours shall earn fame,
S - Skill and talent that will win the game.


V - Very sexy thou art, catching my eye
I - In a blink, my want for you is nigh.
R - Retract my words? Never will I try.
G - Gushing what I feel, I will not deny.
O - Oh how divine thou art, ‘tis no lie.


L - Libra, lying down relaxed and chilled,
I - Intimately attracts me as so willed.
B - Beside him in bed I want to lay.
R - Romantic kisses and touches I relay.
A - A night of passion we have 'til day.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009


L = Like other leos, thou doth show much appeal.
E = Eyes, beautiful and sexy, I admire them with zeal.
O = Oh, what gentleness and warmth doest thou reveal.

Tuesday, October 6, 2009


A = A creative man I am, intelligent and bright.
R = Realness and honesty I bring with delight.
I = Inside my heart lies a powerful light.
E = Express myself I do, with such creative might.
S = Stop me? None that can are in sight.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

"Wolverine" Slashes Out of a Performance Because of Cellphone Offender.

Actor Hugh Jackmon, aka Wolverine from X-Men, had to put a slashing halt during a preview performance of A Steady Rain because of a cellphone going off during his performance. Hugh got fed up with the person, after asking them politely to either get it, or "turn it off." The interruption "occurred during an intense moment in the play, when Jackman's character, a Chicago policeman, reveals haunting memories", according to the article.
From the article, about the play, "'A Steady Rain,' a taut drama about the relationship between two policemen, opens Tuesday for a limited engagement through Dec. 6. The play by Keith Huff already has proven to be a potent box-office winner, playing to capacity audiences since it began previews on Sept. 10." The play also stars Daniel Craig, the recent James Bond portrayer. This is Craig's theatrical debut as he costars with Hugh.
You know that little part before a movie, in which the actor gets out of character, while the viewer's cellphone rings, very loudly and obnoxiously? Well, this is a good reason to turn the phone off during the show. Well, I give it 2 claws up! Way to go Hugh!

“Goodbye to You”

So confused thou art
Thou was untrue from the start
With a phony reason from thy heart
‘Twas me thou pushed away
Nothing harsh to you did I say
Thou hast misperceived me to this day
A chance thou never gave
So your puny words please save
Your friendship I no longer crave.
Honest, sweet, and kind was I to you
I thought thou were nice to talk to
Wrong I was, never were you true.
‘Tis my fault; I trust too much
Pain do I receive as such
My heart you have left in a crutch.
An opportunity you did not take
To see the kind of friend I could make
But you could not see past my mistake.
My words and antics, only to explain,
But thou hast given so much pain,
Some of which I still retain.
Even though our “friendship” is no more,
Do not assume the worst me anymore,
Because you are still unhappy and sore
For one who wishes me away
Still so much you have to say
One wonders, Are you over me this day?
Whether the answer is yay or nay,
Please heed the words I relay
Over I have been, please stay away.
If thou see me, utter not a word
For it will sound silly and absurd
Good bye to you, my final word.