Roll down the hill
(click to read)
"A Sunset in Texas"
Herbacious fiery red
Dark ivy, Rabbit hole
Live oak, Ficus, Torney pine
Willow greens and Meadow moss
Rowdy creeks, Rinse rapids, Waterfall
Rocky points, Indigo ridge
Sun mountains and Spring light
Addiction comes when you least expect it.
You just find something nice and soothing to calm you.
Addiction has a nice feeling to it.
And then you start craving it.
You feel like you need it,
like you can't live without it.
And when you get it,
it's the best feeling in the world.
It almost fulfills your deep hunger for it.
And it's taken from you
because it's too much for you.
You can't handle it any more.
And when you realize why you can't have it,
It hits you.
Because addiction really means...
Through the school hall we walk,
We hear bustle and talk.
The people we see everyday are the same,
But we don’t that kid or that kid’s name.
We don’t know the struggles they must face,
Or how hard it may be to keep up with the pace.
We don’t know what happens to them after they walk out the door,
We don’t know the pain they endure.
We glance at each other sometimes smiling and sometimes not,
Without knowing the battles that we have fought.
We most likely will never get to know the people around us everyday,
We will eventually leave their lives without anything to say.
Memories of the faces will fade and old age will be to blame,
You’ll die without learning everyone’s name.
A Passionate Flower to the Gardener by K Myers
There is a reason nothing lasts by L Stewart
All I Am ~Anonymous
Daddy Dear ~Anonymous
Love by J Dean
A very attractive person makes your coffee, meal, etc. every time you go into a
restaurant. You are pretty sure that he/she likes you too. You want to speak to this
individual and tell him/her how you feel but you can only compose your thoughts in
rhymes about food. Write a scene, a letter, or a poem that expresses your emotions about
the person remembering you can only express yourself with rhymes and descriptions of food.
Crispy tater tots by J Powers (click title to read)
from Thanks a latte for your thyme by S Ratliff
It took me a lot of thyme to mustard up the courage to write...
I think you're grate. You had me at merlot...
I want to shower you with quiches...
If you were a fruit, you'd be a fineapple, and if you were a vegetable, you'd be a cutecumber.
I have fillings for you and think we'd make quite a pear...
Thanks a latte for your time, but peas don't go raisin my hopes.
I promise I won't be salty if you don't carrot all.
Don't go bacon my heart...
It isn't a big dill if you don't feel the same.
Penne for your thoughts?
Kindergarten Graduation Speech by Miss Glitter Sparkles Fairy Princess of the Kingdom of Glittery Unicornitopia (a.k.a. B Davis)
Click HERE to read the speech. You might want to take a breath first.