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I reviewed my life today.  Supposing there is a god, so I had someone to listen to me and correct me if I was absolutely incorrect.

 

After all; I have lived so long I know everything there is that is incorrect. 

 

Once in a great many mistakes I believe I get at least one correct moment.

 

Then there are times when, first thing, I get one correct followed by incorrect the rest of the day.

 

Then there are times when it just goes on and on, all I can do is correct, every correct step of the way.

 

People get so envious of me on those days that some actually get rude because they hate it when I am always so... so... correct.   :teehee:



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I leave off daydreaming

 

with winged page after winged page slowly flapping,

 

I drift on with wings wide spread,

 

onward to the realm of slumber;

 

daydreaming about the passing day,

 

sailing on the warm gentle breeze

 

to my restful place I glide,

 

for a time,

 

until I rest,

 

with my pages pressed,

 

together; against my chest. 

 

YAWN! 

 

Dreams of traveling

 

to realms where I have addressed,

 

there a home,

 

bring me comfort,

 

so even when I sleep,

 

even then,

 

I seldom feel alone.



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Wakee... Wakee... The sunrise makee when you are not inside some shelter made to keep it out, the sun light seems to shout.

Get up, get out, shake a leg, dress in warm attire, make a fire, make a pancake.  Coffee to those who are slow, orange juice too a sweet reminder we need C what helps us move to better B 6 and B 12 for our thoughts to carry on without forgetting where we have gone.

 

Wakee... Wakee.. time to make what we thought was and clearly is not.  Jot down your recipe, read your blue's Prints, get out your tools and get into the stint.  Or go on your own leaving that days hourly wage behind, to make your self rich in your own way on your mind.

 

Wakee... Wakee... Do not delay.  Your breakfast is now and your meal is ready.  Be it so helpful to make on time to that job so steady.



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It's times like these I get into a feel

Wondering what is and isn't real

The history books so did define

to test me

about everything on the teachers mind

My curiosity turned my eyes

to look through the windows

where the weather showed me what was outside

One day while I pondered the wisdom of our hosts

I started thinking and seeing ghosts

Words floated in the air

signs with letters all fair

What's a little boy like you doing in there?

Why don't you come outside

where the weather can help you decide

and maybe let your own wisdom

find a place in the books

in the libraries nooks

Tempted by the fates

I began to give a care

about the sciences that I was aware

My mind struggled with the teachers looks

I began to find time to let my mind

make a story from those lessons

learning from what on the tests I would be guessing

All the animals that were extinct

had no place in the tests

All the people famous on the brink

of losing their status in the sink

Time passing so many vanish

who we don't even know

Then one day

awakened by a view

of some creative thinker

like you

There were moving pictures

putting all the works of many

who made history and science

interesting a plenty


One I saw was Morrowind

Another I saw life from the past

that I never even thought I imagined

Sabertooth tigers

Wooly Mammoths

Giants

Dragons

Wobbly, gobbly, spooks, and spirits

From within the monitor another science was preserved

Skyrim






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