To converse in verse is diverse

To converse in verse is diverse and I’m not going to reverse because, I’m perverse, sometimes curse in my thoughts. Transactions I have result in actions making the world a far better place. If there were more of us in … Continue reading “To converse in verse is diverse”

Charles Bukowsk

It’s the birthday of the man Time magazine called “the laureate of American lowlife”: Charles Bukowsk Bukowski said, “Bad luck for the young poet would be a rich father, an early marriage, an early success or the ability to do … Continue reading “Charles Bukowsk”

The Harry Potter series

It was on this day in 1997 that the first book in the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, was published in Britain. Joanne Rowling (books by this author) was an unemployed, single mother waiting for a … Continue reading “The Harry Potter series”

How Space Technology Will Produce the Best Weed Ever

How Space Technology Will Produce the Best Weed Ever Written by Brian Owens Mike Dixon wants to send plants to Mars. Growing crops in space is the best way to provide proper nutrition to the crew on a long-duration mission, … Continue reading “How Space Technology Will Produce the Best Weed Ever”

Basic Training

Basic Training Don’t think because your skin is white you’re exempt. When you’re called you must go, unless you can pay some fool who never went to school to go instead of you. Before you get sent to battle those … Continue reading “Basic Training”


Alone It happened because I had a date and a psychopath laid in wait and threw acid on my face, but what difference did it make? When I’m awake, lonely is a word well suited for an isolated man like … Continue reading “ALONE”

My Love

My Love You color your hair with flair and work until it’s fair. Doctors eliminate any wrinkles on your enhancing face. Your breasts are inflated to twice their normal size. Your plumped up red lips hunger for a loving kiss. … Continue reading “My Love”

On this date in 1885, the Statue of Liberty arrived in New York Harbor.

Formally known as “Liberty Enlightening the World,” she was a gift from France, and was funded by the French people. Sculptor Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi first had the idea for a monument to commemorate the friendship between the United States and … Continue reading “On this date in 1885, the Statue of Liberty arrived in New York Harbor.”


 Landing on a planet, orbiting Dog Star 343 I find life there has enticing eyes I’m entranced and fall in love with a creature that looks like my dog back on Earth. The animal metamorphoses in my mind, and becomes … Continue reading “HYBRID WIFE”

Oh God

Women who say, Oh God, during sex need to be punished!“Prosecuting%20Women%20Who%20Say%20God’s%20Name%20During%20Intercourse”