A poem I wrote today
Posted 18 July 2010 - 08:28 PM
She was the most wonderful woman on earth,
Her eyes perfect smiles, from the day of her birth,
Her teeth, two white fences in perfect align,
Her hair a deep auburn and red like a wine,
Her voice made my ears lift my head to the sky,
Her thoughts made me ponder, her heart made me cry.
Her beauteous face made the midnight ashamed.
My dubious grace made me feel the same way,
but with tears in my eyes and a trembling soul,
I knelt on the grass and I offered my whole.
Such was my anguish -- my legs couldn't stand,
But the goddess of beauty, she did understand,
She squatted beside me, and sang the word "Yes,"
Put her mouth to my lips, and her hands on her dress.
"You've made me so happy," she said with a smile,
"In this romantic park.... with no bathroom for miles...."
"I'm sorry, what?" I asked with marked surprise.
The goddess, still squatting, said "Hey, close your eyes."
I did, and she kissed me again, our eyes closed.
Then a wretched aroma crept into my nose.
Acrid and putrid, and heinously foul,
Then a satisfied sigh -- one that came from her bowel.
"Yeah, that feels good," my queen happily said,
"The next guy to propose here should sure watch his step!"
We hugged and we kissed, and we left with the fog.
But if anyone asks who shat there, 'twas a dog.
Posted 18 July 2010 - 08:41 PM
"Victory is a very dangerous oppertunity" --General Andre Beaufre
Posted 27 July 2010 - 08:20 AM
Posted 27 July 2010 - 01:25 PM
Totally. Flying is the backup plan for being a super-famous author and/or a modern Edger Allen Kickass. It's hard to find time to write anything during training though, so for the time being writing takes a back-seat. Fortunately the T-1 I'm flying next *has* a backseat, so maybe I'll get to write some more....