A poem: I Wait

I wait
I wait
I wait in the dark
I wait
I wait in the light
I wait
I wait
I wait for her
I wait
I wait for him
I wait
I wait
I hate to wait
But I wait
I wait



By Me (the author of http://www.photo2foxe.wordpress.com

My Memory

A poem,

I have a really bad memory
I can’t remember anything, even yesterday
Memory is such a skill that I do flop
I leave things there and leave things here.
Though I have nothing to fear
As long as I don’t forget my pants and top. 

By Me.

A Broken Heart

Grunge Heart

Have you ever felt  a broken heart before?
It is like this heavy, dulling pain
And it seems to hurt more and more

Sometimes this broken heart can take your breath away
And it seems to concentrate you mind on one thing 
The funny thing is, is that its you

You had captured my heart
But you never loved me that way
And that is what tore me a part.

I tried to stop it from happening
But my heart would not have it
You were the perfect one to make it sing

Finding out that you didn’t like me was the hardest
My heart just won’t accept it 
That I will no be able to have you, my dearest

And what adds to my broken heart and is sad
Is that I never told you, you knew knew
How much I loved you, and that hurts a tad


Above was taken from some poems that I wrote ages ago (2004). Time for them to be taken off paper. 

Say, how many roaches does it take to screw in a light bulb? Can’t tell. Soon as the light goes on, they scatter

Said by Slim from A Bugs Life.

I enjoy posting quotes, especially if it may be an easter egg for something in the future…..

“If you would grasp the reason for your existence, and reach the limits of what may be known, you must live on the edge. Get away from the crowds that distract and deflect. It is why we love mountaintops and deserted beaches.”


From the book Echo by Jack McDevitt.