Saturday, March 15, 2008

Should have been Better



Undeserved happiness.
Spooky undercurrents in the laughter
Barely contained by my stunned stare.
With a sense of slight disappointment.
There are wonderful things.
But there are things that do disappoint.
The movie Doomsday, for one.
Looked awesome.
Started cool.
Had elements of Escape From NY, Bladerunner, even Aliens.
Then, well, poop!
The cool tattooed chick died too early
The story and acting got weak
One of the worst extended car chases ever.
Ok. Ok. Ok!
There is also the disappointment of
Conflicting personalities.
But even there, I see the true future peace
Behind the present frustration.
I can see the days ahead fold out
More and more joy shining into all the lives
Touched by the Little Beauty.
I can see her advance and learn.
Grow and become.
More than the sum of us.
I can see the day when the present petty conflicts
Will have no hold on her.
That makes me smile.
Worth any amount of Growls today.
I will brighten her mind
So she can see a larger world.
Free to live
Untouchable by Fools.
Let others ignore and be small.
Let them quote and twist.
Never sweat the small stuff, I was told.
By a man better than myself.
So, I will do just that.
And look forward to the summer movies


5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

the angst of Rex Venom

March 15, 2008 at 7:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

do your balls hurt?
yes?


then thats it

March 15, 2008 at 7:13 PM  
Blogger Nothingman said...

babes with swords...Super!

March 16, 2008 at 4:34 AM  
Blogger RedFridayGirl said...

"Little Beauty" there is nothing better in the world then becoming a parent. Your life changes forever! Most times this is a positive change. You learn to love, live and breathe your child. You mold them into the person they will be for the rest of there life. You feel there pain when they are hurt and you will stop at nothing to make that pain go away. When a boy takes advantage or breaks her heart, leads her on or could care less that he hurt her, as a parent are you are her rock there to make it better? My thought is to treat others the way you want to be treated. As you mold her young mind keep this advice close by, as you always have to place the shoe on the other foot. Remember what if this was happening to my child. Implamenting this into your own life is the key as children mimic parents actions.

I know you will teach your child your sense of adventure your wild and crazy imagination. Your passion for the dice and your dreams. No parent is perfect and never will be. It is all a learning curve and you make the best out of the situation you are in. Best of luck in helping mold your new bundle of joy.

March 18, 2008 at 7:19 PM  
Blogger Girly_Girl said...

Great post!!!

March 24, 2008 at 9:58 PM  

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