I’ll be loving a ewe,always.

Irony is tyranny to the simple

Where did you roam?

Bechstein,Einstein,Feinstein a Lifetime of,too many rhymes. drove me crazy

I caught schizophrenia from the Government helpline.I was on it for 7 hours.Then I went totally off it.and fell into many disconnected pieces.I am a jigsaw waiting for the Lord.

A pattern a day keeps the typewriters away.

I hear voices under my bed.Are they bugs?

Someone  strong is watching  over me to make sure my paranoia doesn’t get better..

Does paranoia annoy you?

Annoy me and forever be a four letter turd.

I’ll be loving a ewe,always.

I’ll take you to Rome again,in your dreams.

I caught a cold in the shopping center but I could not arrest it..

True or false?

 

Beggars can be confusers to underground users

All that twitters must be untold

To many hooks catch my breath.

Schizophrenia is down the Nick.

What can’t be lured must be conjured.

If you can’t speak the truth,please lie over there.

There’s many a true word spoken then lost

Write it all off.

I can’t talk without you.

I miss Hell.

I have found a schizoid ‘s allure in this coffee house.

Is it good to split it all up?

Are people any use when you have your own laptop to sit on?

 

The Boston Bombing and Butterflies

Really beautiful,thoughtful post with stunning photos too

Culture Monk

butterfly one

By Kenneth Justice

(In light of the heart-wrenching events in Boston yesterday I’m putting on hold my follow-up article to yesterday’s topic of lifetime love).

Whenever a tragedy occurs like yesterday, you are certain to know the headlines the following day;

Tragedy Strikes —-“, “Shooting in —-“, and “Massacre at —” are all popular taglines that we humans have come to terms with as a sad, but realistic element of the human experience we call living in a society.

Another sad element of society are the people who try to capitalize on tragedy, and no, I’m not talking about the media, there are already enough articles on the media’s obsession with bad news.

I’m talking about the people who take bombings, airplanes flying into buildings, and psychopathic gun shooters and try to turn those stories into a way to push their agenda.

Yesterday the Twitter…

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The Boston Bombing and Butterflies

Really beautiful,thoughtful post with stunning photos too

Culture Monk

butterfly one

By Kenneth Justice

(In light of the heart-wrenching events in Boston yesterday I’m putting on hold my follow-up article to yesterday’s topic of lifetime love).

Whenever a tragedy occurs like yesterday, you are certain to know the headlines the following day;

Tragedy Strikes —-“, “Shooting in —-“, and “Massacre at —” are all popular taglines that we humans have come to terms with as a sad, but realistic element of the human experience we call living in a society.

Another sad element of society are the people who try to capitalize on tragedy, and no, I’m not talking about the media, there are already enough articles on the media’s obsession with bad news.

I’m talking about the people who take bombings, airplanes flying into buildings, and psychopathic gun shooters and try to turn those stories into a way to push their agenda.

Yesterday the Twitter…

View original post 914 more words

With a new unde…

With a new understanding, both painful and humorous, I begin to understand why the saints were rarely married women. I am convinced it has nothing to do, as I once supposed, with chastity or children. It has to do primarily with distractions. The bearing, rearing, feeding and educating of children; the running of a house with its thousand details; human relationships with their myriad pulls–woman’s normal occupations in general run counter to creative life, or contemplative life, or saintly life. The problem is not merely one of Woman and Career, Woman and the Home, Woman and Independence. It is more basically: how to remain whole in the midst of the distractions of life; how to remain balanced, no matter what centrifugal forced tend to pull one off center; how to remain strong, no matter what shocks come in at the periphery and tend to crack the hub of the wheel.
–Anne Morrow Lindberg

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