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Bluestar Ink October 2012 Desktop Calendar

 

 

 

 

Why am I so invisible?

you do not seem to see,

all the things I do for you,

I always meet your needs.

 

I know that when I talk to you,

I may as well be dead,

you do not hear a single thing,

that I have bloody said!

 

Is it that you do not care?

I find it hard to conceive,

that anything I mention,

you simply don’t believe.

 

We really aren’t compatible,

I know without a doubt,

one day I’ll take my boring self,

and get the hell right out!

 

Until that day I’m stuck with you,

and all your childish ways,

I’ll spread my wings and fly away,

(I’m marking off the days!)

 

© Stuck with you 28.11.2012

By Alexandra Carr-Malcolm

Bluestar Ink October 2012 Desktop Calendar (Photo credit: emily.bluestar)

 

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fruit

 

 

 

 

 

 

Poisoned passion

Gooseberry green

Deceivingly disguised

Succulent strawberry

Translucent temptation

Tempestuous temptress

Romantic rhubarb

Tasting trickery

Fruity!

 

© Fruity 26.11.12

By Alexandra Carr-Malcolm

fruit (Photo credit: karen H. nickname.{ pooh})

 

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for my cousin…

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Near The Sea Shore

 

 

 

 

 

 

How can it be?

When it is not natural.

Not this way,

from the blind side.

How can it be?

Order?

When it is out of order,

out of the ordinary,

extra ordinary.

You oxymoron,

natural order.

How can it be?

 

© Natural Order 07.11.2012

By Alexandra Carr-Malcolm

 

Photo credit – Near The Sea Shore (Photo credit: Special Angels Photography                         (Tumbleweed))

 

 

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Worldly Winds:

Reblog from Worldly Winds – sorry I’ve not been around for a while – I have wimp flu!!

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Farewell cruel world,

I’m leaving you,

it’s not a cold,

I’ve got the ‘flu.

 

It may well be,

my final breath,

my nose is red,

I feel like death.

 

Please don’t mourn,

when I am gone,

go on without me…

soldier on!

 

© Soldier On…  03.11.2012

By Alexandra Carr-Malcolm

Photo Credit : http://9laughs.com/go-on-without-me/

 

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Menopause

Hot flush

flash up

pressure point

no stop

heat burns

brain turns

into mush

with flush.

Heart pounds

skewed sounds

head throbs

stifled sobs

anger flashes

teeth gnashes

temper flares

no one dares

talk to Mum

‘til it’s done.

Hot flush

has gone.

Oh the joys

of menopause!

© Menopause 01.09.2012

By Alexandra Carr-Malcolm


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the stockings were hung by the...tv stand

 

 

 

 

 

I see an old lady,

and I think of you –

enjoying her garden,

as so should you

 

Tinsel and fairy lights,

I really miss you;

coloured stockings hang,

each a memory from you.

 

Then comes the summer,

and I mourn for you,

for all the lost days,

and the things we can’t do.

 

When I hear a joke,

I want to tell you,

to laugh like two schoolgirls,

‘til tears wet cheeks through.

 

Each birthday ticks by,

I wait for your card,

I know it won’t come,

but it still hits me hard.

 

When I see an old lady,

it seems so unfair,

‘cause you’ll never grow old,

no stick, no grey hair.

 

When I see an old lady,

with daughter at side,

I think to myself,

That should be I…

 

© I Think of You 25/08/2012

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We’ve all been there!

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85 - Under the covers

85 – Under the covers (Photo credit: minxlj)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I’m in a dilemma –

Oh what should I do?

Why is it just me,

that this happens to?

 

I’m in my posh frock,

peng from head to my toes.

There is just one problem,

the spot on my nose!

 

It glows like a beacon,

landing the planes,

I really can’t squeeze it,

‘cos I can’t bear the pain!

 

There’s only one option –

one thing I can do,

hide under my duvet,

and eat a chocolate or two!

 

© Dilemma 2012

By Alexandra Carr-Malcolm

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