Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Life's just full of ups and downs...

Well, well... I've been kinda lazy with the blogging.
I've had some ups and some downs lately.
In the Downs Category... someone I was counting on really let me down. While this is disappointing, it's not really unexpected. To tell you the truth, there are a lot of people that could say "I told you so"... some have (T)... some just gave me "the look". You know the one, the "you REALLY should have known, I knew... why didn't you know?" look.

BUT in the Ups Category, I have a place to live. I'm hanging with G. She has graciously allowed me to move in, albeit temporarily. This will give me some time to find a place I like, whether it's a rental or a small house to buy. Now my mileage to work is lessened and I don't have to eat out every night... so I should be able to save a little bit of green. I know, T... you told me to do this long ago. You know it all, mommy! (or YOU ARE A KNOW IT ALL... one or the other).

have I been remiss?
too busy or too caught up
I've strayed from haiku
~

5 comments:

Rick said...

Having cut the lawn,
A cold beer beckons to me.
Watching. Drinking. Rain.

haukud'etat said...

flog that tardy muse
make her scream for your mercy
searing hot kisses

peg said...

flogging... hmmmm, I miss flogging. Kissing too!

Rick said...

You want something a little spicier? How abou this cinquain:

Sitting.
Dark Restaurant.
Her hand is on my thigh
Waiter doesn't see her unzip
My fly.


Or this free verse:

Who knew that on this trip
I'd meet a poetess from the list
Having dinner in person.

A nice little miniskirt
You're wearing for me now.
You're sexy beyond my imagination.

So nice to discuss our poetry in person,
With your hand upon my thigh.

That bottle of wine is getting empty.
The dining room is getting warm, don't you think?
Maybe we should find somewhere
A little less crowded.

Let me take you by the hand
As we walk out of the room.
Pretending to be lovers,
To fool the maitre'd.

So tell me, what would you
Like to do
Right
Now?

peg said...

GOOD JOB!