Saturday, August 18, 2012

Barges or Travelers on The Hudson (Short Story Slam Week 25)

Traveling along the shore
of the Atlantic ocean,
They carry travelers of all walks,
Unlike old barges
that carry poverty or illegal immigrants,
Today's barges are named Fancy,
adding colors to their tuneless body
from the sunny sky, they turn black
when shadows sink down,
over their freight,
business could go wild then,
It's a dim pride of ocean,
back and forth,
day and night,
barges speak up,
in their motionless moves,
The clear-headed stars argue
that darkness alone
with a lighted barge
does the wonder to the world,
maybe the stars are correct.

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Chicken Rooster Hen or Ji, Which Humor Joke Appear More Appealing To U and Me?

Q: Why do chickens think cooks are mean?
A: They beat eggs.
Q: What holiday do roosters love?
Feather's Day.
Q: What kind of weather do chickens like best?
A: Fowl Weather.
Q: Why did the turkey cross the road?
A: To show he wasn't chicken.

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Wednesday, August 1, 2012

The Flame of Mind (For Short Story Slam Week 24)

Look, and follow me,
I'm all green mimicry
in my smallness you see,
what engenders life's beauty.
Perching purple and blue with freedom,
I'm whom that don't bleed,
Preening on my magical kingdom,
Party with me and so feel freed.
Read the fire on my page,
I own nothing but my rage,
The black, white, green, and yellow or orange,
This is the colors of the savage.