Rantings, Songs, and Poetry:
  1. Today is mine. And so you shall see. I have the past and the yet to be; For today is the future of yesterday, And the past of tomorrow. I live while I may, And I think that the secret to pleasure in life is this and this alone.
  2. In a world of lost minds, I stand displaced and distant. From afar things seemed pleasant. Now that I have seen the reality, I have chosen to go back., or at least I hope to go back, to a state of mind where all is well.
  3. There is a mystery in human hearts, And though we be encircled by a host, Of those who love us well and are beloved, To every one of us, from time to time, There comes a sense of utter lonelines.
  4. I watch the riplets change their size, But never leave the stream of warm impermanence, SO the days flow through my eyes, But the days still seem the same. And these children that you spit on, As they try to change their worlds are immune to your consolations. They're quite aware of what they're going thru.
  5. New angels of promise, We despair, We are the dead dreams, We take the blame, Take us to the edge of time, Take us to the edge of time, We are the fabulous lovers. I am a blind man, She is my eyes. You didn't feel us coming, In this lonely crowd, its always time, new angels of promise, We despise. Don't fall apart now. We are the silent ones.
  6. The lost and found will lay with their still love. And lift your echoing heart, To a private paradise of dreams in an air that falls apart.
  7. In a world of lost minds, I stand displaced and distant. From afar things seemed pleasant. Now that I have seen the reality, I have chosen to go back., or at least I hope to go back, to a state of mind where all is well.
  8. Yesterday is for remembering, and tomorrow is for Dreams, But Today, Today is for LIVING.
  9. "Concerning all acts of initiative and creation, there is one elementary truth - that the moment one definately commits oneself, then Providence moves, too." Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  10. "If ignorance is bliss, why aren't there more happy people?"