Swimming in goop
Alphabet soup
No directions
Only questions
World is scary
Rules arbitrary
Fueled by hope
Dreams, pride’n’dope
So confusing
Though amusing
Don’t be afraid
You got it made
Life is a chance
To make a stance
Head down push through
Be us not you
You always knew
What’s due to do


Just Breath

Just Breath

Have you ever wondered why
We’re always trying to buy
A piece of the sweet pie?

Drawn to lights like moth
Willing to pay the cost
Spiritually lost

Without courage to say
“I had a bad day,
do you mind if I stay?”

Afraid to simply ask
Fearing we’ll end up last
Too lazy for the task

As though we don’t exist
Like ghosts in a thick mist
Just a number in the list

Don’t sleep in this morning
Hiding, tired, mourning
Bounce up instead roaring!

Find a higher force
Decipher your heart’s Morse
Set a happy course

You just need to believe
Love, cherish, conceive
Be one, give and receive

Just breathe

Burning Man Dream

Burning Man Dream

Burning Man as it might seem
Is in fact a collective dream
We stay awake while the world’s asleep
Into the vacuum our minds we sweep

We put our fantasies on display
So they come true for just one day
In the chaos we find truth
Inspiration’s forever youth

Yet all creations here must burn
Forbidden is their return
These wet dreams back on land
Those awake can’t understand

Bring to it your best intentions
Be open to all directions
There is nothing here to win
Close your eyes – it’ll soon begin

Frustration Sells

Frustration Sells

An interesting phenomenon is becoming too obvious to ignore. On average, people are making more money than ever before, and yet we are also working more than ever before. Women have stepped up the corporate ladder and now both parents in the modern family are trapped in cubicles. International travel is now affordable for the lower middle class, but hardly anyone has time for a long journey to their neighboring lands. In countries like Thailand, families are sending their children to the street corner to upgrade their houses and cars. Meanwhile in the western world, minimum wage workers are accumulating credit to acquire the latest iPhone. We donate to GreenPeace and then are too tired to sort our trash. We eat vegan meals prepared on the cheap by strangers in cafes trying to pay their own rents when we can barely afford our own, but when we go shopping we only buy organic at whole foods. We are too busy and exhausted from work to take care of our households, family and countries.

Divided we live, conquered we are.

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Phase Hormonale

Phase Hormonale


Pleine phase hormonale
Comportement anormal
Sexualité animale
La réalité me fait mal

Vivre dans un rêve
Sucre, miel et sève
Duquel je ne me lève
Réalité me crève

On voulait se chérir
Pour toujours s’endormir
Je te souhaites “bonne nuit”
Oubliant qui je suis

Faudrait se réveiller
S’habiller, manger, travailler
Le pain qu’on va manger
On doit le mériter

Chercher une solution
Ancré en position
C’est trop de pression

Comment vivre à deux
Quand tu habites les cieux?
En reflet dans tes yeux
Les miens sont malheureux




Step right up onto the magic carpet
Imagination only can spark it
Once the winds are steadily blowing
There’s no need for tiresome rowing

Before you leave you’ll think of the rest
Then later the places you’ve left
Dream, yes dream on of everywhere else
All but where you now find your self

Those places you visit you can’t take home
In fact you’re more than often alone
On forever a search for renewed beauty
A perfect piece of home-grade realty

Friendly faces will smile and greet
Wishing again someday you’ll meet
Knowing you’re gone on a mission to go
Anywhere but places you already know

Into your book you’ll write down the ones
Where you had the greatest most fun
So that one day when traveling’s done
Once again here you’ll remember to come

Maybe that day you will settle down
A little tired from moving around
You’ll count to your kids all the fun places
All the funny people and their funny faces

You’ll know these lands that you’ve traveled wide
Those very same lands you’ll cherish with pride
The travel was fleeting now you reside
Like your wife who once was your bride

For now though think not of all that
Just remember to wear a nice hat
For the sun is shining strong in this land
The carpet is leaving: hold on to my hand