There’s two ways to become a famous Poet, find that one person that knows somebody, that knows somebody, that knows somebody. Or die trying.
I can write jingles all day long but the best sensation is your own heart’s song!
Watch an ant. Watch the bees. Feel wind move the leaves. Touch your smile above your chin from the glorious world we all live in.
R.E.A.L Rationalizations Experienced Aligning Life
The way you separate reality from imagination is the number of bandages you have to use.
I’ve been playing the game of life for over 55 years now and I don’t feel one day younger or older than I am. Maybe it’s I just don’t feel.
It’s okay to write something offensive now and then. It lets you know if anyone actually reads your posts.
All you need is coffee, some cigarettes, and a Twitter account and your writing career begins! How far you go is determined by the followers you call friends.
Turn thy crown upside down! You need to feel how it is to kneel as those less fortunate than your noble deal.
Blessed be the ones that are free that have detached from possessions that can possess thee.
I started writing poetry and philosophy when I was 17 years old and my mind so was wild. Now at 55 and I often want to write like a child.
You ever wake up in the morning and kiss the mirror and say “HELLO BEAUTIFUL!” If not, you have the wrong connection with your reflection.
Even in the fiercest battles the butterflies and bees still kiss the flowers.
From my tears of happiness I have became a mountain of strength surrounded by a sea of joy.
Saying “I don’t take my meds because they make me feel funny” is like cannibals saying they don’t eat clowns because they taste funny.
Can you admit on here that you have an affliction for millions of other people to see? Then that is great and a huge step towards your recovery.
A friend once said his father used to say, “I don’t want to be a millionaire, I just want to live like one.” If we could all be so lucky.
Most of the poems I write take 5 minutes, but the words can give a lifetime of relief. Many people that have read my book say it helped them with their grief.
Before I die I’d love to see my name on the famous bipolar list. I’m not ashamed of my illness. I believe most of my talent comes from it.
I feel sorry for every therapist, psychologist, and psychiatrist I’ve ever met. I know I’ve put thoughts in their mind they will never forget.
I love belief. It can move the pallet on an Ouija board or put a man into space. The problem that we have is the wrong beliefs we can’t erase.