Michael Calkins(aka)LonelySoul's Blog – February 2009 Archive (3)

This Kiss,This Dream



This morning I awoke with a kiss,

that sent my heart into bliss,

was it a dream or something amiss?

was it a dream of a tender kiss?

This morning she woke me with a touch of her lips,

but in my mind I had to get a grip,

was it real or just dream trips?

It was my surprise,I didn't fantasize,

Looking deeply into Her Eyes,

and like a message from Angels above,

I knew this kiss just had to be… Continue

Added by Michael Calkins(aka)LonelySoul on February 23, 2009 at 9:49pm — No Comments

the Wind,Rain and Butterfly









the Wind and Rain and the Butterfly

As the wind howled outside the rain licked it's way down the windows,loose shutters,slamming at the storm.

The old House was in protest of the weather's fury,but could do little about it but groan in pain and dismay.

Night grew colder as the storm blew out,and a full silver moon came out to… Continue

Added by Michael Calkins(aka)LonelySoul on February 17, 2009 at 7:49am — No Comments

The Old OWL



The Old Owl

The owl flew by to tell me,of our air so full of smoke,

From all the machines and pollution,and flying is just a joke,

There is no real fast solution,but the air just makes us choke...





Please stop pollution war and greed,

this is not what our planet needs,

About the Water that we all drink,

that too could be gone in a blink,

we are almost… Continue

Added by Michael Calkins(aka)LonelySoul on February 12, 2009 at 2:36am — No Comments

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