No One Is Right

Poems, December 12, 2003 at 07h39

When we are led
by the hand, by the blind
We walk to the death
with no glances behind
Sold what to read
and told what to write
Who can you trust?
when no one is right?

The One I Could Never Forget

Poems, July 8, 2003 at 04h20

the moments I’ve shared
will never compare
to the feeling I get from you
our intimate pasts
have now crossed paths
to form one road solely for two

this smile you’ve placed
so well on my face
will last so long as you’re near
and if you’re away
your image won’t fade
in my mind, you’ll always be here

with ease, I adore
and want you much more
than anyone I’ve imagined or met
and if ever we part
you’ll remain in my heart
the one I could never forget

Her Hand in Mine

Crime of Life, July 2, 2003 at 07h09

I didn’t think that I would even see her last night. I was waiting on a very busy Whyte Ave with all the other Canadians when suddenly my phone began to vibrate. When I heard her voice I smiled. Apparently, her evening had taken a detour and she was on Whyte too.

We walked down the Ave, meeting people and having a good time. Then the time came that her ride was leaving. I’m not sure how the suggestion was brought up and I’m not sure that I really care – but her and her friend decided to stay over at my place. Continued…

Deaf and Dumb by Michael Lagace

Posted on March 21, 2003 at 04h41

So I guess there’s some kind of war going on right now.

I don’t know what to make of this situation. I’m not sure exactly what my position is. I oppose war but I also oppose genocide. In order to “disarm Iraq” and remove Hussein from power, the USA and whatever allies it might have are going to jump headfirst into war.

I can’t say that I support either George Bush or Saddam Hussein’s positions. They’re both incapable of running a country and neither of them are right in any regard. When Hussein came to power, he immediately had every other rival politican executed. That’s only a little worse than buying an election like Bush did. Continued…

Burning Bridges

My Regular Mind, March 4, 2003 at 11h45

I’ve burned so many bridges in my life that I shouldn’t have. Bridges that lead to people that I really should have kept in contact with. It’s funny how the more I think about it, the more I miss those people. If I could change anything in my past, I would have built solid relationships with the people that interested me most.