Ode to a Lady in red
When you were young, they said you were well worth laying down for a few years. Your body is full and round your nose is simply delightful Red is your color in any season I have seen others in white but nothing excites me as much as seeing you in red.
Your long thin neck fascinates me your color is most divine many men have had you but to me you are still like a virgin innocent and ready for the taking. I have known your sisters and have been intermit with them in a cozy corner of a restaurant. I have even taken a sister of yours up to my room to get better acquainted with her, but you far surpass them with your beauty and elegance. You are full bodied, round and there is a certain air upon your breath that reminds me of fruit. You are most positively the best bottle of wine I have ever drunk.
Poets & Composers activities for a board mind
Jane Austen is alive and well living in Korsten.
William Wordsworth is taking a bath in a birdbath.
William butler Yates is waiting for Bill Gates but he is late.
Byron is doing ironing and his pants are shining.
John Keats is looking at his feet.
Charles Dickens is frikings.
The Bronte’s a looking for Bantus.
Samuel Pepys is giving everyone the creeps, because he peeps.
Jonathan Swift is creeping to the door over a dirty public house floor.
Ludwig van b has conducted his last symphony.
Hayden is still gliding.
George Telemann is going to tell on you young man.
Handle is looking is a hiding requiring.
Vivaldi is a sickly vulgar fellow who has a date with a fellow called zero, he is no hero.
George Bernard Shaw is standing at the door.
Alexander Pope is for a rope looking.
You inside of me forbidden pleasure
The smell of you Oh what ecstasy Oh what pleasure? What drug has ever taken me to the place you have taken me my love When you inside of me The color of your skin I love you inside of me What forbidden pleasure, how they would condemn me if they knew that you are inside of me. Oh what joy Oh should I shout out the name of God with pleasure the sheer joy of having you inside of me Oh, Oh, Oh when you touch my lips oh what heights you lift me to Oh God what forbidden pleasure When you inside of me What joy every morning when I wake you are there ready waiting expectant hoping and you never disappoint my sweet dark forbidden pleasure my morning coffee Now who was having forbidden thoughts???
Da big Cheese put a hit on a little stinky cheese
Da big cheese was coming see so all the little cheeses were getting worried they had not been in a fridge with Da big Cheese for a while and they did not want to get of to a bad start see Da big Cheese well he was known for been a stinky fellow see and if you made him mad he might just turn on them see. And if he turned on them well what a stink that would be Da big Cheese see he did not take kindly to the foreign cheeses in his fridge see he like to be the center of attraction see So the other cheeses well they did there part they stayed in there little corner of the fridge they knew there places see Da big Cheese see his place was in the middle of the shelf see and if you wanted to make it to the platter see you had better not take his place see cause he would wipe you out see But there was one cheese there would always be one cheese who thought he could take on Da big Cheese see this cheese well he was a foreign cheese see and he didnt know the rules see He put himself down in the middle of the shelf see. Well we warned him see We said little cheese Mr. Rockford cheese you gona have to move see Why said he Well see… you are in the place of Da big Cheese see. I like it here on the shelf said this cheese. see… Well we could do nothing so we let Da big Cheese know see… after all he was the cheese of cheeses and the Gogonzola da Gogonzla see any way Da big cheese he put a hit out on the Rockford cheese seee.. Any way they came down a few hours before Da big Cheese was to arrive and cleared out the Rockford cheese see. It wasn’t pretty see they cut him bad see… and he ended up in a lunch time sauce see… and now Da big Cheese is back in his place and he is putting up a stink see because little Rockford cheese tried to take his place see. And there is no one who can take the place of Da big Cheese see… After all Da Gorgonzola da gorgonzola is the slinkiest cheese around this joint.
Mary would never admit to jealousy true she had a deep and abiding love for Rodger.
However, a chance accident made her stop at the mall one afternoon where she saw her Rodger in the arms of another woman.
She was angry for three days she followed her husbands movements as he met with the strange woman who Rodger seemed to know intimately.
At there last meeting they had shared a kiss, this made up Marys mind if Rodger was going to be unfaithful he would pay. Mary considered various options and settled upon poison
Rodger had a fondness for Exotic coffee she contemplated giving him a new brand known as Almond coffee rich in the fragments of Almonds ideal she thought for hiding the smell and taste of cyanide
In the days that followed, she planed her crime of passion with much forethought she imagined how once Rodger had drunk the last drop she would tell him that she knew of his infidelity. She bought the coffee the poison was not a problem there was an old tin of the deadly stuff on the back shelve of the garden shed a left over from the days before the second world was when it was used for killing rats.
On Saturday afternoon after dinner they settled down to an evening of TV watching Rodgers favorite time of the week he would appreciate the effort that she went to in finding him a new coffee.
She was sure she pondered upon the irony of the fragments of the coffee as she stirred the last drops of white crystals into the cup.
Carrying the tray through to the family room, she placed it in front of Rodger and waited for him to drink the coffee. He lifted the cup to his lips and began to drink just then the doorbell rang she left him to find out who it could be.
On the step was the woman Hello I am Mable; Rodgers cousin from Australia sorry to worry you but he has been helping me through a difficult time may I have a word with him she said.
Ode to old planet Earth
Oh planet earth behold thy great belt of girth.
THOU hath filled me with mirth from the hour of my birth.
Now dear reader I must, i must away to the land of nod and a few happy hours in the arms of Morpheus spend.
For on the morrow a new day we a sail of labour bend and with humanity blend.
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