Posts Tagged ‘fake’

Photo Friday: On the Brink

August 4, 2017

Recently, I read a list of animals on the brink of extinction, and on this list was the beautiful monarch butterfly.  The reason they gave was a fake science started by a psychiatrist as a social experiment, and pushed by liberal, tree hugging, nut jobs like Al Gore.  Of course, I’m talking about “global warming”, but this is neither a political blog, nor a “fake news” blog, so let’s move on.

As soon as I saw them on the list, I began looking, and of course I found this female monarch.  She was resting in a tree long enough for me to get a couple of shots in.

Monarch Butterfly

Day 55: For You

February 17, 2012

For You

 

I wanted to buy you flowers,

But flowers die too soon,

And what would that say

About my feelings for you.

 

I wanted to buy you silk flowers,

But they’re fake and they get forgotten,

And what would that say

About my feelings for you.

 

Then I wanted to buy you a diamond,

But diamonds are cold, hard, and from under the ground,

And what would that say

About my feelings for you,

 

That’s when I decided to give you a hug,

And tell you I love you.

They have no expiration date.

I mean the words

And I am sharing my warmth with you,

And that says more than any THING that I can buy.