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    Well it's about time the sun finally came out here in New England, so friday morning I had some time for a walk in the woods and a little nude sunbathing in a spot I like to call my stone garden.
    I also managed to find some inspiration after a little dry spell,so I wrote a new poem about it.Hope you like it.
    It's entitled,

    Stone Garden.

    I went back to my garden today
    in the brown winter woods
    to sit in the sun for the first time
    since the fall.

    The dry crackle of last years leaves
    And the dry bones of fallen branches
    were all that remained
    Of the year gone by.

    But the sun felt fine on my skin
    and a blue jay on a nearby hill
    kept me company.

    The remnants of snow were finally gone
    and the breeze carried the earthy scent
    of the new season
    thru my garden.

    Couldn?t think of much else to say
    so I just lay back on the warm granite
    and smiled to myself.

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    Well it's about time the sun finally came out here in New England, so friday morning I had some time for a walk in the woods and a little nude sunbathing in a spot I like to call my stone garden.
    I also managed to find some inspiration after a little dry spell,so I wrote a new poem about it.Hope you like it.
    It's entitled,

    Stone Garden.

    I went back to my garden today
    in the brown winter woods
    to sit in the sun for the first time
    since the fall.

    The dry crackle of last years leaves
    And the dry bones of fallen branches
    were all that remained
    Of the year gone by.

    But the sun felt fine on my skin
    and a blue jay on a nearby hill
    kept me company.

    The remnants of snow were finally gone
    and the breeze carried the earthy scent
    of the new season
    thru my garden.

    Couldn?t think of much else to say
    so I just lay back on the warm granite
    and smiled to myself.

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    • #3
      bigbadron091 I love your poetry and thoughts on the outdoors. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]

      My back yard is my sanctuary
      A place to reflect
      A place to recharge
      From a day that's hectic
      It was warm yesterday
      85 or so
      I brought out a cot
      And let the breezes flow
      Over my body
      Like the waves
      At the shore
      I felt free and relaxed
      At one with the earth
      Tan lines fading
      A spiritual rebirth

      [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_cool.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]

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      • #4
        [QUOTE]Originally posted by hw:
        [QB] bigbadron091 I love your poetry and thoughts on the outdoors. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]

        "My back yard is my sanctuary
        A place to......"

        Thanks,glad you liked it.

        I like your poem
        wish I were there.
        I'm INCREDIBLY jealous
        of where you go bare !!!

        lol
        I live in the city,
        houses are about 25 feet apart so there's no chance of me being bare out there.

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        • #5
          i was so afraid there would be something about nantucket i almost didn't lookit.

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          • #6
            A skinny-dipper from Nantucket
            hid all of his clothes in a bucket
            - but watching the young man
            - was mischievous Miss Nan
            and as for the bucket, Nantucket!

            -Mark

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            • #7
              [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_rolleyes.gif[/img] i walked into that one.

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              • #8
                After Ron's beautiful thoughts, and hw's touching follow-up, I thought, I just couldn't post something flippant.

                However, I didn't start it, did I Mark?

                The man followed Nan to Manhasset,
                For his clothes were his one earthly asset,
                Nan slipped on her ***,
                Dropped her prize in the grass,
                So, as for the bucket, Manhasset!

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                • #9
                  Great poem Ron!

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                  • #10
                    Nan's scam of the man had turned rancid
                    The bucket she lost while in transit
                    - the man made her scram
                    - Nan went on the lam
                    on a nude beach near Narragansett

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                    • #11
                      The man took a trip to Pawtucket,
                      And, naturally, with him took bucket,
                      His dad, sly old man,
                      Was as cheeky as Nan,
                      So, as for the bucket, Pawtucket!

                      And Ron's probably thinking, "What a bunch of Philistines. Why do I socialise with them".

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                      • #12
                        *THUNK* Ouch, That hurt!

                        Hey you guys, where was the mandatory seatbelt warning at the beginning of all this [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_confused.gif[/img]

                        [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]

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                        • #13
                          quote:
                          Originally posted by Rex:
                          [qb] The man took a trip to Pawtucket,
                          And, naturally, with him took bucket,
                          His dad, sly old man,
                          Was as cheeky as Nan,
                          So, as for the bucket, Pawtucket!

                          And Ron's probably thinking, "What a bunch of Philistines. Why do I socialise with them". [/qb]
                          Nope,no way no how,not at all !!!
                          I simply LOVE funny stuff like this.
                          Lymricks are way cool anyways.

                          There once was a man from nantucket.
                          Stuck his...........

                          O wait,better not do that one !!!!!!!

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                          • #14
                            Here's two jokes I posted on Netnude a long time ago.....

                            You know your a hardcore nudist when Cyndi Crawford sits down next to you naked,and all you can think about is "Wow,where'd she get that cool towel?"

                            And this....

                            Why did the alligator move to the pond with the nudist resort on shore?

                            He was tired of picking clothes out of his teeth !!

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                            • #15
                              Ok, alright I got this kinda' funny poem I wrote,and while we're all sitting here wearing our funny caps(And nothing else I hope !),
                              I'll put it up.I may have posted this here before, but here it is........
                              It's entitled,

                              A little restraint.


                              While at my sons birthday pool party at the local Y.M.C.A.
                              I was sweatin? bullets !
                              I said ?It just shouldn?t be so hot in here should it??
                              My non-nudist friend replied ? I?m hot to,I?d like to rip off my clothes !?
                              I almost followed my nose
                              I wanted to tell him ?Let?s do it !?

                              Being a big fat chicken though
                              I showed some restraint
                              and decided to wait.

                              Later,back at my house
                              they were all outside for a bit talking
                              ?cept for me, being a big ole?lazy louse
                              I stayed in the house.

                              Later,I thought everyone had skipped
                              so I stayed inside and got ?comfortable?
                              if you catch my drift.

                              Suddenly,my friend
                              who hadn't left
                              stepped inside to use the phone
                              So I tried frantically to hide
                              my naughty bits !

                              I tried hard to explain my uncovered state
                              but his eyes held a fierce look of hate.
                              He said ?Buddy boy,you got some nerve !"
                              I told him ?I?m a nudist !?
                              and He replied ?O jees, I?m sorry,
                              I just thought you were a big fat PERV !!?

                              Mostly though?, it's not bad
                              living your life unclad
                              and the summers can be o so great !

                              Sometimes times however
                              It may be better
                              to show a little restraint.

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