What Is Truly Needed

The world would be a better place
if the ideology of feminism
had been stillborn the day of its birth
aborted like an unwanted baby

Yet in spite of all the damage
wrought by our maternal oppressors
the last thing needed today
is a men’s movement of vengeance

For what the world really needs
is a true human rights movement
that defends the rights of all
instead of one based upon gender

For everyone no matter who they be
has the right to choose their own path
their destiny for as long as their
choices doesn’t bring harm to another

While society has no right whatsoever
to enforce a standard of conformity
for its only interest lies in preventing its
members from abusing each other

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.

Pair Bonding

Like a pair of hummingbirds
Our wings flap together in Delight
As we buzz round each other

Until our hearts become
Entwined quite impossible to
Distinguish each other

Where I leave off
You my dearest love begins
As we pair for life

Our sentences both of
Us can finish for each other
As we merge together

Your sadness makes me
Unhappy my happiness makes you
Happy as we bond together

The Deepest Night

Through the deepest night 

My starship

Flew across the empty void

Out upon the

Twinkling stars a lifetime 

Away my eyes

Wistfully gazed with both

Of my hands 

Behind my head my thoughts 

Oh so far away

Daydreaming of the one my 

Heart Had left 

Behind though not forgotten

Who makes my 

Life worth living going home 

Until She Smiled

My heart was like a ball of ice 

Frozen solid that is until she smiled 

Set my heart ablaze with love

Like a candle in a window 

Her love for me burned brightly

Guided me to her hearth

Safely through the rocks and

Shoals she led me into her embrace

The calm harbor of her love

Within the darkness

The Stars of her eyes lit up

My path ever upwards

Yet it was the tingling 

Sound of her voice so melodious

That comforted my ears

Stepping off The Merry-go-round Is Only The Beginning

When I was sixteen I went to live

With my grandparents

Willingly stepped off my parents 

Merry-go-round

Yet my world didn’t stop spinning

The Consequences 

Of my parents choices continued 

To annoy me still

Even today many years later my 

Heart still isn’t free

Of the pain inflicted so long ago