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Post by whimsicaldeb » April 12th, 2006, 4:27 pm

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mailboxes
waiting
what will come today

fill me
with words of love
letters of joy
cards of beauty
and trinkets that make me laugh ...

leave the bills
advertisements
junk

for some other unlucky mailbox
on some other day

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Post by panta rhei » April 12th, 2006, 4:30 pm

fill me
oh letter
with your story
and your trip!

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Post by Doreen Peri » April 12th, 2006, 4:37 pm

scrawled thoughts on a page,
hand-drawn images
sealed with wax and kiss ...
some with a perfume scent ...
oh what a trip they travel,
moved by machinery, bagged
and boxed, sent soaring on jets,
rebounding down highways in trucks,
jostled and bounced in locomotives,
chug-chug-a-chug,
whirrrrr, revvvvvvvvvv

send me mail.
my box is empty!

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Post by stilltrucking » April 12th, 2006, 4:44 pm

COLLECTION BOX
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Handy Andy parking lot Schertz TX
for some other unlucky mailbox
on some other day
Hi Mom, Hi Dad,
I don’t want to be a Christian soldier anymore.
Love
Johnny

Oh Johnny I hardly knew ya.


But sad as it is to see you so
And think of you now as an object of woe, your Peggy'll still keep you on as her beau;
Johnny I hardly knew yeh!

Dear Honey

It seems like a dream since I last held you in my arms.

Look ma no arms

A farewell to arms

Save the last dance for me

I am so light on my feet these days

I will be home soon and my legs are on their way in a seperate coffin.

Ah shit, I need to take a break, I am raining on your easter parade. Doreen I posted this while you were posting. sorry
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Post by Sober Duck » April 14th, 2006, 10:12 pm

Image

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Post by whimsicaldeb » April 16th, 2006, 11:43 pm

i have strength
i stand firm
i'm ready...

fill me

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Post by Diana Moon Glampers » April 17th, 2006, 1:51 pm

Male boxes
Flag up
message waits

Mail :roll:

sorry about the typo
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"a sixty-eight-year-old virgin who, by almost anybody's standards, was too dumb to live. Her name was Diana Moon Glampers."

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Post by whimsicaldeb » April 17th, 2006, 2:57 pm

hey ST

males mail to Jill on Jill lane
who then mails mail back to the males again

(or something like that!)
:lol:

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Post by stilltrucking » April 17th, 2006, 3:08 pm

Yeah man

You guys are so interesting

Some big shot cutlrual anthropoligst anthropologist said that the proper study of man is mankind.
:P

We know about this disease called man. There is so little information about the Divine Feminine in the west. I still look both ways when I cross the street, Zen a lot more useful than psychoanalysis and my ptsd. But I am a child the west. I think the proper study of man is womankind. I got this book and I keep having to take it back to library. I am hoping things settle down soon and i can read in peace. Getting ready to move. One of the things I got to do before I file taxes today is do an address change at the Post office

I like madame Glampers a lot.

I got a picture of alamo rose from 1928, she looks like a real american girl, got Greata's do.

Goddesses and the Divine Feminine : A Western Religious History (Hardcover)
by Rosemary Radford Ruether "To examine


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an ignorant child of the west. The best book I got going now, my ace in the whole suicide try to read, and keep the words from crawing off the page is a book collaberation by an american psychiatrist and the Dalai Lama

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Post by Diana Moon Glampers » April 17th, 2006, 5:38 pm

suppose I will owe illuminara a debt of innocence

I suppose it is harder for a woman to know she will not have children. Not all women, I have known some who were very happy to make that conscious decision not to have them.

Not to hard for a man to face the prospect.

There is a baby waiting in the mail box. Sex is so ludirous for me. With out the intended purpose in mind. Like Valentine Smith, you know a man should stay focused on it even if it is just plain old having a good time, never mind procreeation, it takes a special effor t for me not to notice the ball slap and start laughing. I could fuck up a wet dream

I look at it from the view point of the sexual curiosity of children, if you google that you get some interesting work on the subject.

I pander you not
after this after that
keep up with the news
meanwhile the mundane rules.
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Post by whimsicaldeb » April 18th, 2006, 3:59 pm

There is a baby waiting in the mail box.....
initiated from a touch

expectant
ripe
ready

pregnant mailboxes

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Post by stilltrucking » April 18th, 2006, 6:27 pm

attn occupant
please forward
feed the children

touch typing

words reach out

pregnant meanings

I will be a priest yet if it kills me

One must find a way to value his body with or with out touch

I catch my breath at the sight of a pregnant woman, what an optimist I think.

A fat preacher on tv strutting and hollering like a stuck pig, end times end times, whooeeee, the precious blood of jesus.

Where do the children pray
I talk to a preacher
How we are poisoning our selves
He dont get it
He dont loose no sleep over it.
Plastics leaching into our foods pesticide residues in our food and water , we fuck with our very being. thousands of food additives, arbitrary rules. Safe limits for rat hair and rodent turds. This not his christian concern. He looses sleep over the really important stuff like gay marriage. I see him later surrounded by his grand children, happy, fruitful, a multiplier. And I don't doubt for a minute that the meek will inheirit the earth.

Image

One way or the other it will work out right

No not when Atlas Shrugs

Or when Jesus comes again

But

when

the fat lady sings.

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