Little Dolls and Graditude


I thought you should know.
I love you so very much,
Creepy Little Doll.


Haiku From the Pulpit

Words and actions meet,
Where integrity is strong.
Practice what you preach

“Highly” Educated Haiku

The egotism,
Which keeps this institution,
Does keep you sedate.

A Haiku With a Spine

A Haiku With a Spine

Have integrity,
No matter what the crowds jeer,
You stand with yourself.


Don’t Prove me Right

Don't Prove me Right

Don’t prove me right:
I realize this situation is extremely ambivalent,
But choices can be made,
And with the destruction of every world
A new, different world is born.

Don’t prove me right:
All faith will be lost,
But not in you.
Faith that I’ll never find worth in something not broken.

Don’t prove me right:
Get off the floor.
Pick up the pieces.
You are not broken, unless you choose to be.
It’s all a choice.
There are no forever’s.

Don’t prove me right:
I am not broken,
Not anymore.
I just look for pieces to pick up and put together.

And in the end?
Tons of little broken bits,
And none of them fit together.
When boredom sets in they’ll get thrown back to the shore…
And so will you.

Don’t prove me right.


Clearing My Mind

Clearing My Mind

Question of the week: “All wrong-doing arises because of mind. If mind is transformed can wrong-doing remain?”

Impression of the month:
“By a lie, a man… annihilates his dignity as a man.”
Immanuel Kant