I’m not promising anything, but God knows I try.
squander verb – waste (something, especially money or time) in a reckless and foolish manner.
quandary noun – a state of perplexity or uncertainty over what to do in a difficult situation.
A dilemma caused by wasted opportunities/resources
Your hair is like unto a pretty realistic wig, nicely styled,
and your skin like the softly worn vinyl of a subway armrest, warmed by the heavy flesh of Tom
Your eyes like ping-pong balls painted to closely resemble pretty eyes.
You brighten my thoughts like dawn over the exit 170 Park and Ride on a nice day.
Missing you hurts like my funny bone against a marble countertop. Exactly like that.
I do it again and again because the pain reminds me of loving you… (Sonofa)…ok, Jesus, that’s enough now.
When you are away my longing piles up like dishes in the sink,
and my sadness spreads and deepens like socks on the living room floor
Inspirational quotes from machines. Any resemblance to actual wisdom is coincidental.
Everybody sing along!
Doesn’t your young mammal soul ever yearn for the blessing sunshine
and the air as sweet as apples?
Spring Herself is dancing madly in the tall trees with Pan,
his pipes are calling you to join…
But those memes won’t look at themselves
gobbledygook noun – Language that is meaningless or is made unintelligible by excessive use of abstruse technical terms; nonsense.
geeky adjective – Unfashionable and socially inept, knowledgeable, and obsessively interested in something, especially technology.
Obsession specific nerd dialects including vocabulary, concepts, history, and characters little known outside the community. Fluency is required to participate, also functions like a “retina scan” for acceptance.
Love is a snowmobile
racing across the tundra
Suddenly it flips over
pinning you underneath
the ice weasels come