Broken Pearls

Time passed by
Were you walking with me?
Talking to me?
Left over’s of yesterdays gone
Stored memories put away
Closed curtains steal the moonlights shine
I masquerading in leather, lace and Pearls
Became something I thought you wanted
Though it was just your disguise
In broken promises
Static phone calls
Please I tell my audienceLearn my lesson well
I say,It’s not us really…
It’s their game
Superman’s cape
I sat on his lap
Love is blind after all
I always knew it was my biggest mistake….
So I lay here now in dead silence
Ripping pearls
Ripping lace
It was never me anyway….
I was not leather
Or number one in your book
I walk away
At the tears I spent on so many pages
Healing in what?
Your letters caused a blaze
Made for good fire wood
Yesterday begins to smolder
Oh Dear….
Maybe it was just the pearls after all…..

© 2008 Alexandra Carpenter



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When You Capture Me

Romantically think pleasure
Take your time
Start with my mind
fulfill my whspered wishes
Cover me with soft sensual kisses
show me there is no place off limit
Make love to me slowly, don’t rush
Lover take your time

Passionately and sincerely
Let my sweetness
become your weakness
Use your lips and tongue include my ears
Listen to the sweet sounds of my moans
see what you hear
with all your senses

Sensually and honestly say what you mean
and mean what you say
Don’t just tell me you love me
show me you love me
Let all my fantasies that dance in my head
become our reality
Kiss me and lick me all over
until you find all my secret places
Sex me until I scream
with uncontrolled passion

Lovingly and completely
Let my sexual wishes become
your loving commands
Love me with all you have

Making love is a gift
A gift I will give you in return
each and every time
If and when I'm yours
you're mine

© 2008 Alexandra Carpenter


Ass Smacking The Ice

Ass Smacking The Ice

Stepping down onto the ground I start to slide
Falling right down onto my backside
Hell that didn’t feel nice
My mittens now are stuck to the ice
Getting back upon my feet laughing
Sliding back down my ass the ice cracking
Finally I’m on my feet again
Noticing the cats in the window all with a grin
With my boots off and socks only on my feet
Made it back to the door and inside my retreat
Was going to recover my things from the outside
Thought better of it as I rubbed my sore ass pride
Besides with my hat, mittens and boots resting nice
Looked like someone invisible having fun on the ice

© 2009 Alexandra C


2008: Bush’s Last Year By The Numbers

President Bush issued a statement yesterday in which he heralded New Year’s day as “an opportunity to remember the events of the past and look forward with hope to the year ahead.” But as Bush looks forward to leaving office, the nation is stuck with the results of many of the Bush administration’s failed policies.

To mark the passing of Bush’s last full year in office, ThinkProgress rounded up statistics on some of the most significant effects of Bush rule in 2008:

Number Of U.S. Troops Killed in Iraq: 322.
Number Of U.S. Troops Killed in Afghanistan: 151.
Number Of Jobs Lost: 1.9 million.
Number Of Banks Federal Government Now Owns Stock In: 206.
Number Of Uninsured Americans: 47.5 million.

Change In Housing Prices: declined 18 percent.
Change In Health Insurance Premiums: increased 5 percent.
Change In Number Of Delinquent Mortgages: increased 75 percent.
Change In Use Of Food Stamps: increased 17 percent.
Change In Dow Jones Industrial Average: declined 35 percent.
Change In Bush Approval Rating: declined 9 percent to 29 percent.

Paul Krugman noted recently that the Bush administration’s failings have often been obscured in the short-run because the White House was particularly effective at inventing an alternate reality that it then “impressed on the public.” In 2008, however, despite its repeated attempts to wish it away, the reality of its domestic policy failures caught up with Bush administration and the nation.

Source: Think Progress