Winners And Losers: 5 Poems
Author: Colin Stewart
"Damn that man sounds like a strangled cat"
Pavarotti exclaimed and he was mad about that
as Kurt Cobain had nothing to lose
and heckled everyone with those same old blues!
The doors of history were left ajar.
Purity of thought didn't get far
and a seed of doubt was planted instead
when cynicism reared its ugly head!
They were blessed instinctively by the grace of God
and given the power of a ceremonial nod
to exploit the riches of this natural resource.
A woman's intuition is such an amazing force!
His insatiable appetite in record scores
had opened many blood soaked doors
and for countless decades he was fed
from the daily menu of the dead!
He checked in last night with a story to tell.
No one was home to share his private hell
of a mystery as deep as a bottomless well
which will rest in peace at the Dry River Motel!
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Sexy Alligator (220.127.116.11) -- Tuesday, November 24 2009, 12:35 pm|
success...In my opinion, you are a loser when you betray your heart.There is no success when you are not faithful to yourself.
Besides what one may consider a loser, for someone else this very person may be a winner.How prepared are we to measure success or even to call somebody a loser? This is very subjective.My limited point of view is not your truth.Judgement most of times is based on feelings and not on our fantastic mind.I'd rather be a loser if I have to go against my beliefs and convictions to get something.I'd rather be a loser if I have to go against my conscience.Life is much more than what people may consider me or not.Losers are those who forget their own individualities Mr Colin Crocodile?
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