Saturday, October 24, 2009
I stood astride your songs,
In pulchritude we joined.
You with your mellow prongs,
I, with my opened loins.
We earned each accolade.
Our fame is all aflame.
We feasted on the glade.
And wealth we too proclaimed.
Alas, it did not last,
As all would come to pass.
I sit here quite aghast.
You're now under the grass.
I grieve my painful past.
Our days that should have been.
I sigh and say Alas!
We never will be seen.
Oh, Elvis where are you?
I yearn each day for you,
Hopeful that you could play.
My strings again someday!
Photo courtesy of Nikes Alviz
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
Here he is singing one of my favorite songs - The Warrior is a Child". Do play it twice to allow it to load properly, thanks.
I apologize for the wrong spelling. It has to go back to the MMC if I were to edit it again.
Monday, October 5, 2009
Fiction / Drama / Short Story
Roy – "I'm sorry, Matthew" - How long must one carry the guilt for something that was done in the past?
Jennifer M Scott – “Best Friends and the Meaning of It” - The beginning of a new series called Dr Simon's Velvet Couch Monologues of Everyday People. In this one September Don confesses she wants to kill her best friend but finds something more important.
Anne Bender – “... the world faded away” - A woman's memory of a morning with her lover.
Jena Isle – “I Survived Raising My Teen” - A memorable episode in my life as a mother. The most challenging "career" in life is being a mother.
Zorlone – “Ideal Teacher” - An example of Jenanian poetry about the essence of a teacher.
Zorlone – “Brick Wall” - Nothing hinders emotions than a cold and unfeeling brick wall.
Roy – “When the flame is dying...” - Do not let hatred burn forever in your heart... it will pass... let it die... let it be... so you can live in peace.
Deeptesh Sen – “An Evening in mercury” - Love in Kolkata.
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(WOOF participants should re-post all the links above by next Monday. The following links may be excluded as long as you include all the above links.)
Presenting the finest of the writer’s blogs by the bloggers who write them. Highlighting the top posts as chosen by the October 2, 2009 WOOF Contest participants. Want in to join the next WOOF? The next contest ends October 9. Submit a link to your best writing post of the last 3 weeks using the form on this page. Participants, repost the winning link list within a week and you’re all set.
Other WOOF Contestants for 10/02/09
Fiction / Drama / Short Story
H. Benjamin Petrie – “A Couple Paragraphs of Sci-Fi War” - A very short description of war in the future.
H. Benjamin Petrie – “Why We Would Read Something” - There's two reasons we would read something: i) it's well-written ii) it has an interesting story.
Roy – “Let Go, Let God” - A poem about letting go of past pains, hurts and worries... and letting God take care of all our concerns.
Deeptesh Sen – “Parting at Park Street” - Love drifts away at the crossroads of a throbbing city!
Jennifer M Scott – “Autumn” - A poem about autumn written in acrostic form using the word autumn.