Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Poetry To Get Your Hands On

I can't keep up
With the imagesPouring from my hand
Across pages and continents
I swore, never again
Still I find myself dreaming
Of your skin
Touching, caressing
Making hours of moments
Shaking legs
Quivering lips
Bathed in promise
Your hips
I want them against me
I want you all over me
Tasting dreams
Between your thighs
Lacing reality
With a hint of your eyes
Smiling up at me
I'm coming inside
To wrap these bedsheets
Around our exposed surfaces
Composed and chaotic
We are entangled by promise
Hanging on to consciousness
By a thread
I devour your sweetness
Empower such sweet flesh
To hold tight against this
We are this bed
We star in this play
We're begging for breath
Chasing it away
With every movement
Embracing the darkness
As a mystery of flesh
Erasing all doubt
As we come together
Dress ourselves
In each other
For days
Like blankets
Thrown to the floor
You're glowing
With reflections
Sweating complexions
Impossible positioning
As if we were bathed
In heat lamps
My desire
To burn
Beneath a single glance
Of your bedroom eyes
Let's adjourn
To the welcoming arms
Of lust entranced
By passionate moans
And quiet determination
By rapturous moments
Swallowed by oceans
I'll bring the world
To your bed
All I want
Is your skin
Begging and pleading
To take me in
Bedding an angel
That I may steal
A glance at the heavens
That you may feel
The warming fires of passion
Every day
Til the bracing end
When you're lying sated
In the devil's orchard
Reaping the fruits of sin
This exquisite torture
Chasing every starlit sky
To restless mornings
Where I start against your flesh
All over again
I'm all over your skin
Begging to breathe in

Your scent
Saving the best for last
You came just for this
The moment
I press
My hungry lips
Across yours
In this moment I giveEverything
Just for
The only dreamWorth falling for.
Written-Michael Fink... Devlinthedrknss you can see his poetry on please visit his blog spot also. This is definately a writer to keep up with. He is one of the finest if not the best. Please visit his work . Thank you

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

How To Overcome Sadness

1. List everything in your life you are thankful for and be happy. Put humor in your life! Learn to laugh at yourself or rent your favourite funny videos. Do not make any big decisions while you're in this state. Wait until you're feeling better so you can rationally weigh the ups and downs of your decisions. Do something that you enjoy or that will keep you busy, like cleaning your house, volunteer, or read your favorite book.
2. Try to make some plans with your friends. Chances are that you'll have tons of fun. Don't expect too much of yourself. Face the things that you're dreading. Once you do, you're bound to feel a lot better. Buy yourself or someone else a gift. Relax. Take a long walk by yourself to think things over, take a bubble bath, or listen to soothing music. Be sure to get enough sleep by going to bed and waking up at reasonable times. Being tired makes you feel more stressed and annoyed.
3. Give someone a hug. Everybody likes those. It'll make both of you feel good. Know that what you are going through is very common. Talk to someone you trust about what you are feeling - they can help you sort through your emotions.
4. Get some exercise. When you exercise, your body makes more special chemicals called endorphins that help to improve your mood. Regular exercise will also help to maintain a regular even appetite and sleep schedule - both important to your mental state as well. Practice deep relaxation exercises. Pray or read something inspirational . Don't dwell on your weaknesses or mistakes. Think of things that you love about yourself or that you've done to help someone. Be proud of yourself and your accomplishments.
5. Prepare for tests early. Eat healthier meals and snacks. A good diet helps you both physically and mentally.
Set realistic goals. Always take things one step at a time. Stop worrying about things that may never happen. Find yourself. Get involved with things you like to do. Keep a journal . Your journal can act as someone you can always vent to and will never judge you. Make time for fun.
6. Do something totally selfless and anonymous - volunteer at a shelter or local treatment facility. Give thought to how much you have if you have a roof over your head, food to eat and are healthy.
7. Do not try to get rid of your bad thoughts especially in loss of a loved one- by fighting them when they came to your mind. Just let them move through your head, think of them, but don't let them take control over you. Manage them, for example if you are at work, leave them for a better time to think of. Struggling in order to get rid of some thoughts will make them stronger.
8. Remember that your mind is a battleground and you are the one who has to write the story of this battle. If you solve any problem inside your head, no longer it's of importance that if the truth is the way you like it or not. Is there anything happening in the real world when you don't know of it. In better words from works of Jean Baudrillard the French philosopher if a tree falls in the forest and no one is there, has the tree fallen at all?
cry, not just about the bad stuff, but what you have to help deal with the bad stuff, friends, family, a possible lover, i know from experience, remembering that YOU ARE NOT ALONE and devoid of love, combined with tears of sadness, acrually obliterate your negative emotions. don't be afraid to do this.

Sunday, January 4, 2009

Movie Review-Marley&Me


An ambitious young reporter, John Grogan, and his wife, Jenny, also a reporter, move to a Florida, buy a house and adopt a Labrador puppy they name Marley. Marley quickly becomes a rollicking force of nature in their lives.
Comedy, Drama and Adaptation
Running Time:
2 hr. 3 min.
Release Date:
December 25th, 2008 (wide)
MPAA Rating:
PG for thematic material, some suggestive content and language.
20th Century Fox Distribution

I saw this movie and it was amazing and moving. This is a must see movie.

Comedy At It's Finest

Dane Cook is by far the best comedian on the planet. His comedic genius will keep you laughing for months after you watch or listen to his shows. Dane Cook has C.D.'s and DVDs out if you can't make it to a live appearance. I have never seen any one so amazing and funny and brilliant in my life. You have to check him out and his new movie my best friends girl... You will not regret it. On top of his fame he is a humble and sweet guy. He never forgets his fans IE: His my space, and he has another web site I urge you to go take a look he is fantastical!!!