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Will Dockery
2018-06-15 21:01:29 UTC
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Missy's Heart

"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.

I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"

Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.

Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.

Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.

She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.

In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.

She smiles too much
to be for real.

Give her a dub
for a little feel.

She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.

So I drop another dollar
in the well.

Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.

She asks
where I want to put it.

Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."

The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.

She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.

A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.

Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.

My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.

And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.

Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.

Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.

A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.

Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.

Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.

China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.

One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.

A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.

Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.

-Will Dockery
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Check out the free download of the day, "Missy's Heart" by Will Dockery:

https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0

A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.

Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
Will Dockery
2018-07-19 08:01:04 UTC
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Missy's Heart

"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.

I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"

Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.

Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.

Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.

She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.

In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.

She smiles too much
to be for real.

Give her a dub
for a little feel.

She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.

So I drop another dollar
in the well.

Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.

She asks
where I want to put it.

Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."

The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.

She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.

A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.

Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.

My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.

And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.

Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.

Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.

A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.

Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.

Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.

China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.

One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.

A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.

Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.

-Will Dockery
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Check out the free download of the day, "Missy's Heart" by Will Dockery:

https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0

A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Will Dockery
2018-07-25 00:30:12 UTC
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Missy's Heart

"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.

I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"

Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.

Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.

Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.

She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.

In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.

She smiles too much
to be for real.

Give her a dub
for a little feel.

She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.

So I drop another dollar
in the well.

Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.

She asks
where I want to put it.

Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."

The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.

She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.

A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.

Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.

My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.

And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.

Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.

Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.

A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.

Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.

Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.

China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.

One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.

A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.

Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.

-Will Dockery
--
Check out the free download of the day, "Missy's Heart" by Will Dockery:

https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0

A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.

Found in Drafts, perhaps a rewrite...
Norman Crinchmeyer
2019-03-01 09:07:11 UTC
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My name is now Norman Crinchmeyer.
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Extremely Dangerous!!
Approach with Extreme Caution!!
Burglar. Robber. Pickpocket.
Scam Artist. High Seas Pirate.
Murderer of Innocent Lettuce Leaves!!
Leader of th' Onion Gang (OG-88).
Bilderburg Group.
CFR.
Illuminatti.
Adam Weishaupf 1776.
Skull & Bones.
Kali Cartel.
Richard C. Kalergi Plan.
Killary Clinton Cabal of Assassins.
Code of Silence or Death.
Murder Club.
Soul Stealer.
Second Story Man.
Israeli Sayaret Matkal special forces Group 5.Ft. Bragg, N.C.
DEA special agent.
Opiod Control.
Silent in the Night...
Will Dockery™
2019-03-01 09:28:36 UTC
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Shaking my head!

:)
Zod
2019-03-01 22:45:24 UTC
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Post by Norman Crinchmeyer
My name is now Norman Crinchmeyer.
International Criminal Wanted by Authorities World-Wide.
Extremely Dangerous!!
Approach with Extreme Caution!!
Burglar. Robber. Pickpocket.
Scam Artist. High Seas Pirate.
Murderer of Innocent Lettuce Leaves!!
Leader of th' Onion Gang (OG-88).
Bilderburg Group.
CFR.
Illuminatti.
Adam Weishaupf 1776.
Skull & Bones.
Kali Cartel.
Richard C. Kalergi Plan.
Killary Clinton Cabal of Assassins.
Code of Silence or Death.
Murder Club.
Soul Stealer.
Second Story Man.
Israeli Sayaret Matkal special forces Group 5.Ft. Bragg, N.C.
DEA special agent.
Opiod Control.
Silent in the Night...
Heads up...

The trolls are attacking you now...
General Zod
2019-04-02 08:16:22 UTC
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Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Found in Drafts, perhaps a rewrite...
I saw he Saturday night at the five and dime....
Frank Greenbaum
2018-09-03 07:17:25 UTC
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Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
She had her sort of stroll round and round little Missy would roll and stroll... ...
Will Dockery
2018-09-03 16:00:49 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
She had her sort of stroll round and round little Missy would roll and stroll... ...
Yes, in fact I just saw her late last night walking with another person.
Will Dockery
2018-09-11 17:39:16 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
She had her sort of stroll round and round little Missy would roll and stroll... ...
She was charming, walking her stroll, wearing her little bookbag/backpack, waving at the passing cars.

:)
General Zod
2019-04-11 04:55:13 UTC
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Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
A wonderful poem about a wonderful young lady.....
Coco DeSockmonkey
2019-04-11 16:16:46 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
A wonderful poem about a wonderful young lady.....
Shut up, Todd.
Rex Hester Jr.
2019-06-30 04:42:51 UTC
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Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Outstanding show piece for you and the band.....
Rex Hester Jr.
2019-07-09 08:56:15 UTC
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He's referring to the poem, Pendragon.
You're the victim of an overactive imagination, at best.
As he usually does. ...
Rex Hester Jr.
2019-07-10 23:39:51 UTC
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Post by Rachel
Post by General Zod
Post by Michael Pendragon
And if General Zod and his fellow "campers" are swapping her drugs
That is a damned lie because I do not even use drugs just beer and weed....
And some wine to top off the evening....
Post by Michael Pendragon
in order to cop a feel
Where did General Zod write anything like that?
See, making up details like that is why I call you a liar, Pendragon.
Exactly right because the lying Pendragon lives his life in a fantasy land of his own device....
hello?
Hello there Rachel....

I hope you are doing well...
Rex Hester Jr.
2019-07-11 04:24:42 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
He's referring to the poem, Pendragon.
You're the victim of an overactive imagination, at best.
As he usually does. ...
Will Dockery
2019-07-11 21:00:21 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
He's referring to the poem, Pendragon.
You're the victim of an overactive imagination, at best.
As he usually does. ...
More now than ever in some ways.
Rex Hester Jr.
2019-07-12 03:31:17 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
He's referring to the poem, Pendragon.
You're the victim of an overactive imagination, at best.
As he usually does. ...
More now than ever in some ways.
Indeed....

Pendragon is such a pathetic little man.....
Rex Hester Jr.
2019-07-13 09:30:23 UTC
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He's referring to the poem, Pendragon.
You're the victim of an overactive imagination, at best.
As he usually does. ...
Will Dockery
2018-08-07 00:21:03 UTC
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This seems to be the best of the rewrites, let's call this the official version, then.
Bean Counter
2018-08-07 08:04:29 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
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https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
True I read a few of them this one is better.... less dragging...
Will Dockery
2018-08-14 10:51:41 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
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https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
Post by Bean Counter
Post by Will Dockery
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
True I read a few of them this one is better.... less dragging...
Thanks, Zod, this does seem to be the finished version, finally.

:)
Will Dockery
2018-08-14 15:07:31 UTC
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Thanks, Zod... mainly I just compressed the language some in the re-write.
Norman Bean
2018-08-16 05:47:51 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
Itb is good in the everchanging wonder in which we live in.....
Will Dockery
2018-08-16 22:35:10 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
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https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
Post by Norman Bean
Post by Will Dockery
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
Itb is good in the everchanging wonder in which we live in.....
Thast's one way to look at it, Zod.

:)
Will Dockery
2018-10-01 17:35:04 UTC
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Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
Itb is good in the everchanging wonder in which we live in.....
Appreciated, Norman...
Will Dockery
2018-10-29 18:10:13 UTC
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Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Post by Will Dockery
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
It is good in the everchanging wonder in which we live in.....
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Not even you caught the reference to John Cougar Mallancamp in the poem...
it is for the well versed rock-n-roller, I will admit.

;)
Norman Bean
2018-08-21 06:26:23 UTC
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Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
Painted....
BPJ
2018-08-21 10:32:03 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
Painted....
drunk fuck norman
Frank Greenbaum
2018-08-25 05:38:34 UTC
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Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
I met her last year pretty lady...………….
Monty Stone
2018-08-31 06:23:22 UTC
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Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
She from New Orleans..... a little hippie love....
Will Dockery
2018-09-02 00:15:31 UTC
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Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
She from New Orleans..... a little hippie love....
She was a sweet lady... last time I saw Missy I was sitting outside the coffee shop and she sat with me a while, I noticed she had her back pack, indicating she was planning some trip or another.
Frank Greenbaum
2018-09-02 04:43:31 UTC
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Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
Very sweet and charming young lady from New Orleans I recall....
Frank Greenbaum
2018-09-04 02:51:09 UTC
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Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
I would truly love to stroll the park at dark with Missy again.....
Will Dockery
2018-09-04 15:57:54 UTC
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It might be a while... Missy seems to have a new boyfriend.
Monty Clifford
2018-09-12 21:39:35 UTC
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Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
Oh well again say no more it will have to wait for later when all eyes are not peering.....
Frank Jernigan
2018-09-13 07:47:00 UTC
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Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
No but the time shall come around again when that time is just right....
Will Dockery
2018-09-14 17:53:42 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
No but the time shall come around again when that time is just right....
That does happen from time to time.

:)
George Sulzbach
2018-10-07 22:13:39 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
No but the time shall come around again when that time is just right....
I'm waiting for her to turn 12 so I can take her back to the hobo camp and introduce her to the boys. I'll be swimming in whiskey.
Will Dockery
2018-10-07 23:05:26 UTC
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Post by Frank Jernigan
Post by Will Dockery
Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
No but the time shall come around again when that time is just right....
I'm waiting for her
You seem to be thinking of someone else.

;)
Monty Haul
2018-09-14 04:37:44 UTC
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Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
I kid, I kid...……….
Frank Jernigan
2018-09-18 04:07:21 UTC
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Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
I would like to have a drink with her.....
Will Dockery
2018-09-18 16:32:59 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
I would like to have a drink with her.....
I don't drink, but I'll buy Missy a bottle.

:)
Mr. Spacey
2018-09-30 06:11:49 UTC
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Post by Frank Jernigan
Post by Will Dockery
Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
--
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
I would like to have a drink with her.....
I don't drink, but I'll buy Missy a bottle.
:)
I* will help the girl drank it...………..
Will Dockery
2018-10-05 02:23:27 UTC
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Spacey, you know that you are on the wagon...

😀
p***@gmail.com
2019-03-01 06:33:54 UTC
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Lol!! "Spacey"??
Mr. Peevish,??
A most Peculiar Man, said Simon & Garfunkel.
Lived Alone in a Lower Room??
And after a Long Time he Died??
And Nobody Cried??
Yes. Spacey.
Spacey Lacy.
SMH.
A Tragic Case of a Wasted Life.
And full of Strife.
Of his Own Making.
Th' Sharp Deadly Needle.
All Other Gods Forsaking.
Tragic!!
Evil Majik...
Zod
2019-03-01 06:36:40 UTC
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Lol!! "Spacey"??
Mr. Peevish,??
A most Peculiar Man, said Simon & Garfunkel.
Lived Alone in a Lower Room??
And after a Long Time he Died??
And Nobody Cried??
Yes. Spacey.
Spacey Lacy.
SMH.
A Tragic Case of a Wasted Life.
And full of Strife.
Of his Own Making.
Th' Sharp Deadly Needle.
All Other Gods Forsaking.
Tragic!!
Evil Majik...
I never got to meet Spacey but heard so many sad tales from Doc and E.

I know for a fact Doc tried to be his friend and Henry Conley has five or six songs by Ricky Nelson and Beatles in reserve should Space ever return.....
General Zod
2019-04-13 21:49:52 UTC
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Lol!! "Spacey"??
Mr. Peevish,??
A most Peculiar Man, said Simon & Garfunkel.
Lived Alone in a Lower Room??
And after a Long Time he Died??
And Nobody Cried??
Yes. Spacey.
Spacey Lacy.
SMH.
A Tragic Case of a Wasted Life.
And full of Strife.
Of his Own Making.
Th' Sharp Deadly Needle.
All Other Gods Forsaking.
Tragic!!
Evil Majik...
I never got to meet Spacey but heard so many sad tales from Doc and E.
I know for a fact Doc tried to be his friend and Henry Conley has five or six songs by Ricky Nelson and Beatles in reserve should Space ever return.....
Yes...
Brainiac Five
2018-10-08 05:31:59 UTC
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Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
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https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
Lordy, the forgers ARE ON A ROLL TONIGHT.
Will Dockery
2018-10-09 01:43:34 UTC
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Another of my 2018 poems, by special request from "Me".

😀
Brainiac Five
2018-10-16 04:21:52 UTC
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Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
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https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
Groovy young lady...…………..
Major Liberty
2018-10-25 21:46:06 UTC
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Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
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https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
I saw her in the library with an Army guy and she would not speak to me...................
Will Dockery™
2019-03-01 04:56:39 UTC
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Bumped to the top for Pendragon, who wants to know about Missy.

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m***@gmail.com
2019-03-01 05:17:21 UTC
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Bumped to the top for Pendragon, who wants to know about Missy.
That isn't what I want to know.
Will Dockery™
2019-03-01 05:27:31 UTC
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Sorry, Pendragon, maybe the next poem will answer your question.

:)
General Zod
2019-03-01 05:51:26 UTC
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Missy's Heart
"14 days of booze and floozies.."
My friend Donald said to me.
I skipped as stone across the lake
and replied
"Getting settled in down South, I see?"
Missy's in town
all the way from New Orleans
she just got here today.
Just arrived on a Greyhound
all she owns in a backpack.
Missy's out on a stroll
just about Midnight.
She showed me to her room upstairs
where she stays.
In the Motor Lodge
across from
Sandy's café.
She smiles too much
to be for real.
Give her a dub
for a little feel.
She has a few more miles
home to Alabama,
she says I can ring her bell.
So I drop another dollar
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
She asks
where I want to put it.
Magnolia springtime
smoky haze
"Attendez-vous, s'il vous plait."
The carnival's back in town
although we've both
seen better days.
She's like homebrew molasses
watch her hands.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop of water
in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
My friend Stan
cancels the plan
he's lost his heart.
And lost his taste
sniffs the cinnamon
endures the noisy morning.
Darkwood dances
under a grey muddled sky.
Stan limply flicks
honey stones
to his sweet muse.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop
closer to Hell.
Missy smiles out
the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
Hot silver stem
she smokes her curiosities
tumbling monkey shines.
China girl sings a TV jingle
blue eyed chattering
humming on his head.
One more dip
in her kissing booth
one more ring of roses
across her bed.
A few more miles to Alabama,
another drop in the well.
Missy smiles
out the window of her room
at the Heart of Columbus Motel.
-Will Dockery
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https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25212261-missys-heart--will-dockery?0
A Will Dockery (poem) with music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe.
Another new/recent poem at the request of "Me".
Subtle changes in this one I detect.........
p***@gmail.com
2019-03-01 05:54:19 UTC
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Indeed.
Gotta say I Can Relate to this Offering.
Can Empathize.
'Cause maybe I've Been There.
Done That.
Smelled and Tasted it.
Th' "Stuff."
Both Stuffs.
Th' Dingy Seedy Motels off th' Strip.
Under a Stern Looking Moon.
Naked in th' Musty Room on a Ragged Bed defiled by Many a John an' Slut.
Moanings in th' Dark Musk of night.
Creaking rusty Springs that Wail a Tragic Song.
And th' Dusky Sweat in the Abyss of a Dusky Dark early morning.
We Sigh in Unison.
After th' Deed is Done.
Twist on th' Bed,
Reaching for a Cigarette.
Th' lighter falls to th' floor.
We Curse in Unison.
But th' Moment Passes and Return to th' Tight Embrace.
Th' Stuff is Gone now.
Th' slender silver Stem is Cold.
We look into each others' Eyes.
And We Too are Cold now.
Time for Another trip.
Or Another call.
To th' man with th' Plan.
Th' Pusher Man.
And then Again.
And Again.
Will th' Grim Trials Ever End??
We Gaze into th' Eyes again.
Just One More Time we say.
SMH.
Jus' One More Time.
That's All!!
But we Know Better.
We are Partners in Crime.
And Chemistry.
United Souls bound for Hell.
Unless We can Break th' Spell.
Can We??
Time Would Tell...
General Zod
2019-03-01 05:55:52 UTC
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Indeed.
Gotta say I Can Relate to this Offering.
Can Empathize.
'Cause maybe I've Been There.
Done That.
Smelled and Tasted it.
Th' "Stuff."
Both Stuffs.
Th' Dingy Seedy Motels off th' Strip.
Under a Stern Looking Moon.
Naked in th' Musty Room on a Ragged Bed defiled by Many a John an' Slut.
Moanings in th' Dark Musk of night.
Creaking rusty Springs that Wail a Tragic Song.
And th' Dusky Sweat in the Abyss of a Dusky Dark early morning.
We Sigh in Unison.
After th' Deed is Done.
Twist on th' Bed,
Reaching for a Cigarette.
Th' lighter falls to th' floor.
We Curse in Unison.
But th' Moment Passes and Return to th' Tight Embrace.
Th' Stuff is Gone now.
Th' slender silver Stem is Cold.
We look into each others' Eyes.
And We Too are Cold now.
Time for Another trip.
Or Another call.
To th' man with th' Plan.
Th' Pusher Man.
And then Again.
And Again.
Will th' Grim Trials Ever End??
We Gaze into th' Eyes again.
Just One More Time we say.
SMH.
Jus' One More Time.
That's All!!
But we Know Better.
We are Partners in Crime.
And Chemistry.
United Souls bound for Hell.
Unless We can Break th' Spell.
Can We??
Time Would Tell...
We should crack open a couple of brew and share war stories on evening, Sir David...
Will Dockery™
2019-03-01 09:21:48 UTC
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Shaking my Head...

😊
General Zod
2019-03-01 23:51:09 UTC
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What were ya questions Pen dragon?
Michael Pendragon
2019-03-02 03:24:51 UTC
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What were ya questions Pen dragon?
Where's the body?
Will Dockery
2019-04-11 16:25:59 UTC
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Todd?
Michael Pendragon
2019-04-11 17:50:29 UTC
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Todd?
Someone isn't keeping abreast of the tomes [sic]...
General Zod
2019-04-17 07:57:58 UTC
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Todd?
Someone isn't keeping abreast of the tomes [sic]...
Missy rode through the camp tonight......

Such a joy to behold......
Michael Pendragon
2019-04-17 11:59:57 UTC
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Todd?
Someone isn't keeping abreast of the tomes [sic]...
Missy rode through the camp tonight......
Such a joy to behold......
It's bad enough that you masturbate to a local woman who bicycles past your hobo camp, but the rest of us would appreciate it if you kept this information to yourself.
Will Dockery
2019-04-17 17:49:41 UTC
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Missy rode through the camp tonight......
Such a joy to behold......
It's bad enough that you masturbate to a local woman who bicycles past your hobo camp, but the rest of us would appreciate it if you kept this information to yourself.
See, Pendragon, when you make up details like these, we call that "lying".

Why do you lie so much, Michael Pendragon?

:)
Michael Pendragon
2019-04-17 18:07:20 UTC
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Missy rode through the camp tonight......
Such a joy to behold......
It's bad enough that you masturbate to a local woman who bicycles past your hobo camp, but the rest of us would appreciate it if you kept this information to yourself.
See, Pendragon, when you make up details like these, we call that "lying".
Why do you lie so much, Michael Pendragon?
Think about it (assuming thought is not yet beyond your capability):

Did is posting a message to a poetry group announcing that a local woman named "Missy" is riding her bicycle past his hobo camp.

Did has posted messages about Missy riding by his hobo camp numerous times before.

Did always follows his announcement with a gush about how she is "Such a joy to behold......," [sic].

1) This need to announce Missy's appearance, and his accompanying schoolboy gushes certainly give one the impression that he is (at least mentally) masturbating over her as he types.

2) I also get a genuinely disturbing vibe about his posts. I get a very strong impression that Did and the other bums wait for Missy's daily ride, make lewd catcalls to her, and talk about how hot she looked and what they'd like to do to her as she's riding away.

3) I'm also wondering if Missy likes the attention and is playing them much as "Lucille" played the chain gang prisoners in "Cool Hand Luke" (which I'd mentioned before).

4) If Missy's sexually abused and beaten body is found lying in or beside the Chattahoochee in the near future, I won't be surprised.

Tell me, Will... do you think it's normal for a homeless man to announce Missy's appearances to a poetry group (or to any group for that matter)?

Do you find his announcements and subsequent gushing creepy? Disturbing? Or both?

I certainly do.

I find his constant need to describe every female open mic performer as "lovely and talented" a bit creepy as well.
Rex Hester Jr.
2019-07-13 21:41:36 UTC
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He's referring to the poem, Pendragon.
You're the victim of an overactive imagination, at best.
As he usually does. ...
More now than ever in some ways.
Indeed....

Pendragon is such a pathetic little man.....
Will Dockery
2019-04-17 18:09:45 UTC
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He's referring to the poem, Pendragon.

You're the victim of an overactive imagination, at best.
Michael Pendragon
2019-04-17 18:28:53 UTC
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He's referring to the poem, Pendragon.
Okay. So Missy's an ageing whore who rides her bike past the hobo camp, looking to trade a few feels for some drugs.

Lovely.
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You're the victim of an overactive imagination, at best.
My "overactive imagination" seems decidedly tame in comparison.
Rex Hester Jr.
2019-06-29 03:59:49 UTC
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He's referring to the poem, Pendragon.
You're the victim of an overactive imagination, at best.
As he usually does....
Rex Hester Jr.
2019-07-08 02:44:12 UTC
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He's referring to the poem, Pendragon.
You're the victim of an overactive imagination, at best.
One side effect of his major melt-down...
Will Dockery
2019-04-17 18:35:42 UTC
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It is a matter of perspective which vision is creepier, yours or Zod's, I suppose, Pendragon.
Michael Pendragon
2019-04-17 19:16:25 UTC
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It is a matter of perspective which vision is creepier, yours or Zod's, I suppose, Pendragon.
Either way, why does Did feel a need to announce each time a local crack whore rides into his hobo camp?

And if Did and his fellow "campers" are swapping her drugs in order to cop a feel, is my original post that he is publicly masturbating really so far removed from the truth?
Will Dockery
2019-04-17 19:34:11 UTC
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And if Did and his fellow "campers" are swapping her drugs in order to cop a feel
Where did General Zod write anything like that?

See, making up details like that is why I call you a liar, Pendragon.
Chafetz Chayim ha'Yehu'di
2019-04-17 20:08:19 UTC
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And if Did and his fellow "campers" are swapping her drugs in order to cop a feel
Where did General Zod write anything like that?
See, making up details like that is why I call you a liar, Pendragon.
Will...FakeJewMikey, minute-by-minute, creates his own quantum chaos, its walls constructed of walls of bullshit and mirrors. His lies: he never gives a truthful statement, and is afraid, here, of using his real name because it would alert others who know him in New York of what he is posing as. Like NaziQueene, FakeJewMikey is an acolyte of Goebbels.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
STEPHAN PICKERING / חפץ ח"ם בן אברהם
Torah אלילה Yehu'di Apikores / Philologia Kabbalistica Speculativa Researcher
לחיות זמן רב ולשגשג...לעולם לא עוד
THE KABBALAH FRACTALS PROJECT
לעולם לא אשכח

IN PROGRESS: Shabtai Zisel ben Avraham v'Rachel Riva:
davening in the musematic dark
General Zod
2019-04-17 23:19:45 UTC
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And if General Zod and his fellow "campers" are swapping her drugs
That is a damned lie because I do not even use drugs just beer and weed....

And some wine to top off the evening....
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in order to cop a feel
Where did General Zod write anything like that?
See, making up details like that is why I call you a liar, Pendragon.
Exactly right because the lying Pendragon lives his life in a fantasy land of his own device....
Rachel
2019-04-17 23:21:30 UTC
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And if General Zod and his fellow "campers" are swapping her drugs
That is a damned lie because I do not even use drugs just beer and weed....
And some wine to top off the evening....
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in order to cop a feel
Where did General Zod write anything like that?
See, making up details like that is why I call you a liar, Pendragon.
Exactly right because the lying Pendragon lives his life in a fantasy land of his own device....
hello?
General Zod
2019-04-17 23:23:11 UTC
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And if General Zod and his fellow "campers" are swapping her drugs
That is a damned lie because I do not even use drugs just beer and weed....
And some wine to top off the evening....
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in order to cop a feel
Where did General Zod write anything like that?
See, making up details like that is why I call you a liar, Pendragon.
Exactly right because the lying Pendragon lives his life in a fantasy land of his own device....
hello?
Hello there Rachel..........................
Rachel
2019-04-17 23:54:34 UTC
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And if General Zod and his fellow "campers" are swapping her drugs
That is a damned lie because I do not even use drugs just beer and weed....
And some wine to top off the evening....
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in order to cop a feel
Where did General Zod write anything like that?
See, making up details like that is why I call you a liar, Pendragon.
Exactly right because the lying Pendragon lives his life in a fantasy land of his own device....
hello?
Hello there Rachel..........................
i had to chase you down...like a dog in the street...

oh dear, i sure hope i wouldn't quote movies like this in person.

eek.

please don't turn me into that person!!! :-///
Will Dockery
2019-04-18 02:10:43 UTC
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Good evening, Rachel...

😀
General Zod
2019-04-18 03:55:00 UTC
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And if General Zod and his fellow "campers" are swapping her drugs
That is a damned lie because I do not even use drugs just beer and weed....
And some wine to top off the evening....
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in order to cop a feel
Where did General Zod write anything like that?
See, making up details like that is why I call you a liar, Pendragon.
Exactly right because the lying Pendragon lives his life in a fantasy land of his own device....
hello?
Hello there Rachel..........................
i had to chase you down...like a dog in the street...
oh dear, i sure hope i wouldn't quote movies like this in person.
eek.
please don't turn me into that person!!! :-///
Hello there my friend....
Rex Hester Jr.
2019-07-06 03:26:33 UTC
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And if General Zod and his fellow "campers" are swapping her drugs
That is a damned lie because I do not even use drugs just beer and weed....
And some wine to top off the evening....
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in order to cop a feel
Where did General Zod write anything like that?
See, making up details like that is why I call you a liar, Pendragon.
Exactly right because the lying Pendragon lives his life in a fantasy land of his own device....
hello?
Hello there Rachel....

I hope you are doing well....
Rex Hester Jr.
2019-06-30 22:23:42 UTC
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He's referring to the poem, Pendragon.
You're the victim of an overactive imagination, at best.
As he usually does....
Rex Hunter III
2019-07-14 23:20:18 UTC
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Another one that would make my top ten best of Doc list....

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