Another cup of coffee

Another cup of coffee

 

I’m off work today
So what do I do?
First lets relax and
Have a cup of coffee or two.
The house is a mess
The clothes are all dirty.
The dishes need to be washed,
And I need time to get purty!
Decisions, decisions,
Where do I start?
Another cup of coffee
Before I take it all apart.
Throw a load of clothes in,
Run the water for the dishes.
Grab the broom and mop –
Oh, a maid is one of my wishes.
It will all be done,
Before Missi gets home from school.
Another cup of coffee
To think things through!

Ocean Dream

Ocean Dream

 

The ocean in your eyes,
Where the blue touches the blue,
And the sun’s rays spread a blanket of diamonds
Along the white-capped surface,
Carries me away with the turbulent tide,
And all its ecstasy drowning in its own
Sweet rapture with each fall.
Let me float along the surface,
Where the wind dances to passion’s
Harmonious song–take me to the secret place
In your heart
So I may soothe your weary soul,
Ignite the love that burns within your illusive temple.
Oh, fill me with the magic
Of your sensuous touch and poetic kisses;
Hold me, love me, push me, pull me close to your existence.
I want to smell your essence
As it rubs against my creamy skin,
And we melt, mold, form, and rise into the sun-kissed
Caps of your infinite ocean.

Caring

Caring

 

If someone cares, who knows,
When someone cares, it shows,
Sometimes it helps to talk a while,
Sometimes we need to give a smile,
To those for whom we care.
For then we know that time will heal
And all the despair that we feel,
Will fade.
Until, with hopes anew,
We can reach out, our feelings true,
To those for whom we care.

The Wolfman

The Wolfman

 

The Wolfman comes to me at a full moon.
His whistle is as soft as any tune.
In the dark, you cannot see his face.
When he is gone there is hardly any trace.
His breath is so hot and steaming.
Am I awake or have I been dreaming?
He is gentle yet strong.
In whose world do I belong?
Does he want my blood?
My tears flow like a flood.
The birds are singing up in the trees,
And I’m sure I can hear the humming of bees.
It’s time for the Wolfman to go.
He shakes his head, I scream no!
It’s the coming of dawn,
And my heart is forlorn.

My Friend

My Friend

 

When everything is coming down on me,
And nothing seems to bring a smile to my face.
I cry out my friend I need you help me, remove this pain from me.
You reach down, you hold and embrace me.
You lift me up,
Although I am like the drowning swimmer who can not swim.
If you hold onto to me you will also go under.
How foolish I am, you are holding me up,
From under the water.
I can not drown, my friend controls all the elements that abound.

For My Best Friend

For My Best Friend

 

Sometimes when I’m to depressed
Or drowning in self-doubt
I know that I can call your name
And you will pull me out
You taught me that I’m much more
Than what I’d always thought
You gave me strenght and confidence
That so long I had sought
Oneday I will return to you
All you have given me
I do’t know in what time or form
But I promise soon you’ll see
For richer, for poorer,
In sickness, in health
Through all the thick and thin
I trust that I can count on you
And I’m proud to call you my best friend