Women Vs. Men = Despair

​For every right gained by women

A man loses his small wonder

Men are walking away in droves


For nearly six decades women have pursued

Happiness – self fulfillment 

And yet the average woman still isn’t happy


Self absorbed burned out and stressed

Tis modern day women 

Welcome to the real world men inhabit


They set out to change the world

Demand their rights

Destroyed their families instead

The Importance of Smiling

There has been a lot of complaining over the past several years within the media in regards to the increasing lack of civility among the individual members of our society. And indeed it seems that far too many businesses no longer train their employees in how to correctly serve their customers. Leading to a steadily increasing amount of employees who have forgotten that it is the CUSTOMER who ultimately PAYS their SALARY.

What part of no customer + no sales = no jobs do these people not understand.

Thanks to radical feminism increasing numbers of today’s women (both old and young) have developed an arrogance (that rivals any I’ve seen in males). Along with  a negative attitude towards men that makes dealing with them not only a trying ordeal but a very bad experience to be avoided as much as possible.

This afternoon I arrived at my medical doctor’s office to drop off some paperwork; my employer requires to be filled out by my doctor before allowing me to return to work. And before I could hand over the envelope containing the paperwork to the receptionist after I’d explained to her what I needed. Another female who looked to be in her mid twenties rudely interrupted by taking the envelope and proceeded to pull out one of the forms part way and read it. She then told me that I would need to fill out a form which she then handed to me and that there would be twenty-five dollar fee.

During the entire time I interacted with her including when she rudely interrupted my interaction with the receptionist and I returned the form to her. Not once did she ever smile or act friendly while she was as cold and impersonal as an ice cube, direct and flat out demanding. Leaving me with the perception that as far as she was concerned I was just another bug on the rug that needed to be put in its place by being stomped on.

Not a very good first impression (this was the first time and I hope the last time I ever have to interact with her) for those working in the front office to leave with a patient. Especially when those employed by that office are dependant on receiving prompt payment from my employer provided insurance as well as my co-pay. One would think that not only did I deserve to be treated with a modicum of respect but thanked as well for allowing them to serve my needs.   

Unfortunately that is highly unlikely to ever happen at least not in my lifetime. Instead of leaving my doctor’s office with a smile on my face looking forward to returning on my next appointment. This employee’s demeaning conduct and lack of courtesy towards me  left me not only feeling angry but wondering if I should consider changing doctors as well.

My Secret Hiding Place

Once upon a time 

When my heart was very 

Young up into the 

Sky my eyes would 

Gaze upon the clouds floating 

So very high above

With my dreams out 

Of reach my mind roamed hither

And yon quite freely

To a place where those

Who sought to hurt me could never 

Go no matter how hard

They tried to find me

The land of forbidden daydreams

Bid me to come alone

My Own Space

Within the cage of your expectations 

My heart is entrapped 

Longs to be free of your mind games


All my heart desires is a place 

To call it’s own 

Where it can roam unchained 


My needs are quite simple a 

Rented room will do

Anywhere I can call my own 


Where you cannot follow 

Seek to stifle 

My independent thinking

Long Ago

On a lazy summer

Afternoon we lay within 

Each other’s arms

Upon a hammock

Ever so slowly rocking 

Within the breeze

When no one else

Was looking we stole a kiss

From each other

As the sun fell over

The distant horizon the moon

Sailed high above us

With each other

We fell head over heels

In love long ago