STATUE OF LIBERTY If the Statue of Liberty could talk, What would she say to citizens today? She might say, “I would not give the keys to my heart To everyone by capricious whim. There are those I would keep out, And those I would invite in. I would open the doors each day And […]Read More STATUE OF LIBERTY
She was beautiful and sexy, A woman every man wanted to see. A stranger whose appearance Brought out the very beast in me. “I want her,’ my heart pleaded, “She’s everything I’ve dreamed.” “Calm down,” my brain insisted, “Maybe she’s not all she seemed.” Her womanly curves distracted Every man that night she met. I […]Read More WHERE WOULD YOU LIKE TO BITE?
The Monster From Forest Drive A monster lived at forest edge, Right at the end of Forest Drive, His neighbors chose to lock their doors, If they wished to stay alive. Both his wings had been broken, With a cane he could hardly walk, […]Read More The Monster from Forest Drive
I listened and watched as the red angels, Filled the air with cackles and shrieks, Building up courage as they swooped and dove, This was not the time for those who were weak, Their senses were heightened as they prepared for war, Tributes were given to blood sisters and brothers, Blood sprinkled the clouds […]Read More Separated by Hearts
The scouts gathered around the crackling fire, And asked me about my lonely life, Why didn’t you travel across the seas, Why didn’t you take a wife? “I’m growing old, though I’m still young, And I’ll share a tale or two, I didn’t have gray hair a few years ago, But now, that’s what […]Read More “Sleep Well!”
Mayhem at the Rink (a Halloween tale) One Halloween night all creatures were astir, Ready for anything gross that might occur, Blood curdling screams and fights were about, In the midst of the mayhem a hockey game broke out, From out of the sky Count Dracula swooped down, His voice boomed out and was heard […]Read More Hockey and Halloween
I know why she glares, But I do not dare, Challenge that penetrating gaze, Her crisp dress of white, Contrasts sharply in the light, With the blood from her lips, And from her fingertips, She admonishes, “Be aware,” From the past she stares, Remembering the students running, And the gunman’s cunning, Herding the hostages up […]Read More “Be Aware!”