Hobnobbing On A Summer’s Day

Hobnobbing on a summer’s dayListening to a calm Pan fluteBarefooted on the peaceful grassBut this heat makes it all moot Ignoring all the world’s hateWe choose love above all the staticHolding on for a moral lifeSurvival in this society is never automatic

Red Lipstick & A Tight Ponytail

  Red lipstick & a tight ponytail The pretty piano player; a punk rockette The domestic goddess with a need to be clean Living on the edge of the cosmopolitain set Hoarding her guilty pleasures fiercely The moral ambiguity is a stubborn crutch Ignoring nature’s perfectly placed laws But she’ll only accept the light’s softContinue reading “Red Lipstick & A Tight Ponytail”

Leon Trotsky

    “The depth and strength of a human character are defined by its moral reserves. People reveal themselves completely only when they are thrown out of the customary conditions of their life, for only then do they have to fall back on their reserves.” – Leon Trotsky