How many millions are in a trillion?
How many leaves in a forest?
How many souls exist in forever?
How many came before us?
Where is it written?’Where are the answers?
Where is the heavenly Chorus?
When did the Big Bang Beget the beginning?
Is the answer there before us?
What if I told you I knew all along?
What if you held a Thesaurus?
A new interrogative might have an answer
Or perhaps it would simply bore us.
Perhaps I had better ask Morris
Email from a friend
I rode my bike to work again.
I like the winter rye grass
Our roses are starting to bloom again
I left my wife a poem by Walt Whitman on the coffee pot…..
Here is a poem by Kurt Vonnegut that I love
True story, Word of Honor:
Joseph Heller, an important and funny writer
and I were at a party given by a billionaire
on Shelter Island.
I said, “Joe, how does it make you feel
to know that our host only yesterday
may have made more money
than your novel ‘Catch-22′
has earned in its entire history?”
And Joe said, “I’ve got something he can never have.”
And I said, “What on earth could that be, Joe?”
And Joe said, “The knowledge that I’ve got enough.”
Not bad! Rest in peace!”
No one wants to be ordinary but everyone follows the crowd.
Those who seek to have their apple turnover over and over must first snatch it from the jaws of those members of The Apple Turnover Club to which they now belong.
Look at ’em go….(who am I talkin’ to?)
And, as for that cherry turnover? They look alike, you know. They look exactly alike.
It’s not really dancing.
It’s the joy we share.
It is deep within us, it is always there.
Some call it Love. It is April. It’s Home.
The Gift of Life; we know where it’s from.
We clap. We hum; will it disappear?
Perhaps we lack focus. What now do we hear?
The Sound of Silence?
Are we lonely now?
Yes, for the moment.
The Stillness of Tao.
Harken the rhythm. We’re not apart.
We hum. Yes we do, to the beat of our heart.
We hum with our pulse. Really? We hum.
We rise up and dance.
But it isn’t really dancing… not really… is it?
We left the wiggly, ragged rows
In the throes of disarray although
I stood for a moment and viewed
In my mind
Son of Jiggs
(In a pigs eye said he; this chair goes here.)
As he added order to the end of the day.
And I said to the Rest of me.
The most popular greeting is “hi”.
The most popular farewell is “bye”.
The most popular pronoun is “my”
The most popular question is “why”.
And there you have it, don’t cry.
Hold your head up high
And, look to the sky
During his 1956 presidential campaign, a woman called out to Adlai Stevenson: “Senator, you have the vote of every thinking person!” Stevenson called back: “That’s not enough, madam, we need a majority!”
FREE STUFF wins., until we run out of FREE STUFF.
Lesson: The Lion will die (and so will the Lion tamer.)
Lesson: The meek shall inherit the earth (or what is left of it.)
Lesson: Who cares about the future; LET’S ROCK.