A Lifestyle Portrayal from A to Z

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Trafford on Demand Pub, 2001 - Poetry - 486 pages
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A Must for Astute Thinkers, and an Aid for Deft Speakers,
A Steady Reference for Teachers, for Writers and Great Preachers.
It has Singular Features for All of God's Creatures.
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I would give little thought what others thought of me
If I could pass on to posterity integrity.
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Life is like a pencil, be it slender or stout;
You can't make your mark without getting the lead out.
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Grumbling, crabbing complaining, seldom expressing any gratitude;
Can a person be deemed a smart cookie while entertaining a vile crummy attitude?
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Of "Someday," so many repeatedly speak.
Remember, my friend, it's not a day of the week.
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Booze befuddled brains, big brawls, bumps and bruises;
I feel sorry for the person who this lifestyle chooses.
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The die has been cast, don't live in the past;
Why would you dare. you've already been there.
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Some folk aren't dead nor are they unbalanced -
They're electroencephalographically challenged.
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Be a great lover, your love do cuddle;
Tis better to be a geyser than a stagnant mud puddle.
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Why would you the date of your demise advance?
Live healthfully by choice and not by chance.
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To have prolonged youth is the rage, - O, to have youth at old age;
A fabled incident on the go that I deem to be quite apropos.
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Two Eskimos paddled their kayak to open sea.
They encountered a breeze that was somewhat chilly.
They elected to build a fire - for real - not a prank,
And as the sane would expect their trusty kayak sank.
There's a lesson to be learned as you sail life's blue -
"You can't have your kayak and heat it too."

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