MORPHEUS

I sit Staring into the night-- Senses adrift In the vast emptiness of the universe. Mindless, yet alert To the subtle nuances Surrounding my brain, Altering my reality, Straining to the infinite Of my being; Hearing a...

THE UNKNOWN

Why should we fear the unknown?   It is ours for the  taking.   If not the taking   It is ours for the making.          

Solstice Celebrations

The term solstice can also be used in a wider sense, as the date (day) that such a passage happens.  The solstices, together with the equinoxes, are connected with the seasons.  In some languages they are considered to start of separate the seasons;...

Meaning of The 12 Days of Christmas

The Twelve Days of Christmas are the festive days BEGINNING Christmas Day (25th of December).  This period is also known as Christmastide and Twelvetide.  The Twelfth Night of Christmas is always on the evening of January 5, but the Twelfth Day can...

Peek-a-boo!

Ah ha!  Caught in the act.  My Angelkat hiding in the closet!!!

DANGEROUS FOODS FOR YOUR PETS

Too many people are not aware that there are many dangerous foods that your pets should avoid.  One of those foods is Chocolate, which can be very harmful to both dogs and cats.  Some of the other foods are as follows: Foods harmful to dogs and...

FEMALE

Deadlier than the male, She weaves a web of Desire--    Longing. Drawing what is needed To sate her pleasures. Sensual--    Alluring. She calls, Sending waves of passion To cloud the thoughts Of those chosen. Her...

MEOW MEOW MEOW

      Here's a joke for cat lovers (or anyone else who wants to smile)        What happened to the cat who swallowed a ball of yarn?        She had mittens.   

CELTIC GODDESS--CARLIN

  On the eve of Hallowmas, the Scots honor Carlin in her guise of "Old Woman".  She was the spirit of the eve of Samhain (Halloween), the night the year turned to winter and the ghosts of the dead roamed the world of the living. She was also knows...

HUGS

"They invented hugs to let people know you love them without saying anything. - Bil Keane (Family Circus Creator)

Angel in Disguise (poetry)

Just who's to say an angel must have wings and halo bright. With golden hair, surrounded by an everlasting light. And who's to say an angel always must wear flowing clothes; Have a face with perfect  features, go around reciting prose.  ...

Where Halloween got it's name

The name "Halloween" began as "All Hallows Eve." this became "All Hallow E'en" leading to "Hallowe-en" or Halloween.  It was the evening before all Hallows Day, which was later called All Saints' Day. (Hallows , in this case meant Saints) ...

FIRE

When the    Embers of Desire       Are stirred Passion    May leap into        Full flame. And it is   Too easy      To get burned If the fire   Is not     contained.

IN FLANDERS FIELD by Dr. John McCrae

In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below.   We are the Dead.  Short days ago We lived, felt...

Sad eyes (Haiku)

Oceans of Heartaches Gather to produce the tears That fall from sad eyes.

Daffynitions of a Cat Lover

CATALYST:                                 A Cat CATABOLISM:                            A brain meltdown brought on by a cat. CATACLYSM:                              Violent physical upheaval brought on by the actions of a cat. CATALYTIC...

MASSAGE (Poem)

Spreading the Lotion over me Your hands Glide smoothly Over my body Touching, Arousing pleasures That titilate The senses, Awakening Every atom of My existence Charging my being With the electricity Within...

The R Word

People can be so cruel.    I have two boys with Down Syndrome and the use of the word "Retarded" can cut like a knife.  I also found out that In 2009, the Special Olympics started a campaign called "Spread the Word to End the Word" to help people...

HOPE

Down deep in the throes of black despair I see a beam of light. From far above, it sends down love And hope into my sight. But black despair will not let go. It sinks its tendrils fast To pull me further from the light Deep in its...

SURVIVOR

  A blouse lies, yet unfolded, On a chair, next to a bed. A pillow, still indented with the touch of her small head. The warmth, once here, now missing, as she'd smile with all her heart. No words, no, none were needed and we slowly drew...