Fallen

Jonathan Caswell:

IS THAT WHY THE TELESCOPE IMAGE GETS FUZZY SOMETIMES? :)

Originally posted on forgottenmeadows:

Stars weep for the fallen rainbow,

lost beyond the twinkles of the night sky…

Through light years of the infinite cosmos,

Stars weep.

ocean shore in the dark

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Which is your Sole Mate?

Jonathan Caswell:

AT THE MOMENT…..ANYTHING THAT WILL FIT OVER A GROSSLY SWOLLEN FOOT AND ITS BEST BUDDY ON THE OTHER SIDE! :)

Originally posted on the chic brown chick:

As the seasons change, the trends do as well! Today’s topic is shoes- something I have particularly been blogging about recently, due to the fact that they will play a big key factor in your closet this Fall. ;)

Here is a list of some of the in shoes to keep an eye out for:

•Embellished Flats
•Metallic & Suede Heels
•Oxfords
•Ankle Boots

So which one is your solemate? Comment below!

More to come soon! Stay chic :)

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XoXo,
M

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A Poem of Lies

Jonathan Caswell:

SOUNDS LIKE SOMETHING AWAKENED AND MOVING AROUND IN THE WORLD. GOOD COMPOSITION.

Originally posted on Sincerely, Charnell:

A Poem of Lies

i only think if things once
like how we talked and you talked

i never doubt myself
and neither should you

i think the world is fine
and women are fine and children too

i think husbands are fine
and so is cheap writing

i never count to keep calm
and would never want to steal

anything steal anything
like makeup or clothes

or little finger nail polishes
with the sparkles in them

i have no faith
because i have myself

and myself is always my friend
and myself is the truest.

~Charnell Peters

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A CRASS LIMERICK

A CRASS LIMERICK

A voice like that  so whiny,

Reminds one of the loud and slimy…

If she were his own

He’d not only groan

But give her a whack on her heinie!

–Jonathan Caswell

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TREE OF KNOWLEDGE—OF PAIN

Jonathan Caswell:

ON PAIN….SINCE SOMEBODY MENTIONED IT…!

Originally posted on OUR POETRY CORNER:

TREE OF KNOWLEDGE AND OF PAIN

by Jonathan Caswell

Adam and Eve in Eden

Knew not the agony of bleeding…

But when thrown out

Of the Garden no doubt,

They and we learned that knowledge exceeding.

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The mighty King Solomon discovered

That knowledge’s thrill as uncovered…

Has limited thrill

That tends to chill,

As familiarity deadens the senses!

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Levels in pleasure and pain,

With knowledge and evil the same…

Each level will do

‘Til the next nuzzles through,

Enticing us on in the game.

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Spiritual levels aside,

Evil progression by pride…

Eggs us on to try

The next pleasure high,

To feed on the spirit ’til died.

—-Jonathan Caswell

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See Clearly Within

Jonathan Caswell:

HAVING TO ACCEPT AND FORGIVE YOURSELF FIRST….THE WAY GOD SEES YOU AND LOVES YOU ANYWAY!

Originally posted on Petals Unfolding:

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 Most have such a hard time
letting go of labels towards others,
for in the letting go
they would have to see clearly
that which is within themselves.
 

Photography/ “See Clearly Within” 2014©AmyRose

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Betty Grable Under The Stars

Jonathan Caswell:

NICE!!!! GOOD STORY WITH FINE ENDING!

Originally posted on Glorious Results Of A Misspent Youth:

She told me she was out today,
Running around with the girls,
Soda shops, sock hops, bobby socks,
Styled hair in rag tied-curls.

She said she spent the afternoon,
Over at the record store,
Listening to music for hours,
Buying all she could afford.

Last night she went to a drive-in,
With a dozen kids or more,
Betty Grable under the stars,
Piled into Daddy’s Ford.

She asked if I’d seen Mary Lou,
And she was quite implicit,
That the girl had promised her,
She’d be there for a visit.

Then she spoke of her dear husband,
“He’ll come by today, you know,
I’ll just sit down and wait for him,
Over here by the window,”

We sit there and I take her hand,
As a nurse peeks in to say,
“Ms. Silverman did we forget,
To take our meds today?”

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