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21 July 2010 @ 05:21 pm
It's been a while since anyone's been active in this community, so I'm posting. Enjoy.

Listen my children and you shall hear...Collapse )
13 November 2009 @ 04:15 am
It's been just over eight months since we've had a 'meeting' and just shy of a year since we've had a reading.
Henry David Thoreau is a very personal favorite writer of mine. I've been going back over some of his work as of late and came across a rather fitting one I'd like to share with our chapter of the Dead Poets Society. Short and sweet.

My Friends, Why Should We Live

My friends, why should we live?
Life is an idle war, a toilsome peace;
Today I would not give
One small consent for its securest ease.

Shall we out-wear the year
In our pavilions on its dusty plain
And yet no signal hear
To strike our tents and take the road again?

Or else drag up the slope
The heavy ordinance of nature's train?
Useless but in the hope,
Some far remote and heavenward hill to gain.
feeling: thoughtfulthoughtful
hearing: "Magic" by Mick Smiley
07 March 2009 @ 05:34 pm
I know by large, we've been inactive here, but I still felt this was something important to share...

I'm going to copy and paste from cullen_daily, a community I frequent.

It seems like there is a recent hacking attempt. [source](definitely click this link, lots of info)
Apparently there is a person/group going around and hacking the maintainers accounts of large LJ communities.
After hacking the maintainer's journal, they go to the community and make a post with malicious links, disable comments, and delete all content from the community & maintainer's journal.
Look out for those weird posts, guys!
If anything suspicious appears please...
1) DO NOT click on ANY suspicious links, as they are intended to spread a malware keylogger.
2) contact navy_brat_1972 or kinkami if you have questions.
3) REPORT it to LiveJournal.

To protect your LJ & communities if you have any, these are some preventative steps....
1) Change your password once a year & make it complex; include numbers, letters, and capitalization.
2) Add a "Secret Question" that is to be asked if you forget your password [click here!]
3) Clear out old & inactive e-mail accounts [here]
4) Run a virus/anti-malware scan on your computer [PC/Mac]


16 November 2008 @ 06:03 am
Self-explanatory, right? :)

Here's an older piece of mine (from last year, I believe) for you guys to read and maybe pick apart. I always appreciate constructive crit, and even more so with compliments!

I dreamed a poem
as I lay abed (just now –
I swear it!)
it was beautiful
the way dust from a butterfly’s wings
is beautiful
But when you woke me up
to tell me you love me
The poem fled
its colour faded like
a once-vibrant cut rose
the immediacy of its loveliness
stolen by the harsh
feeling: exhaustedexhausted
10 July 2008 @ 06:42 pm
Seems that this hasn't been posted to for a while! I know I've been away for a couple years because I've not had a computer for a while. So, I'm posting. I haven't forgotten this community, and once I can locate a poem to post, I will.

So, sit back. Enjoy the community and the poems that have been posted and feel free to post your own! :)

Carpe Diem!
feeling: exhaustedexhausted
hearing: TMZ
Well, I'm new. I know it's kinda quiet around here now, but still, I might as well add my tuppence.

IfCollapse )
feeling: chipperchipper
hearing: The Nobodies - Marilyn Manson
12 March 2007 @ 12:09 pm
We've not met here in the Old Indian Cave in a LOOOOOOOOOOOOONG time, so will post one poem I love now!

Carpe Diem!

Annabel LeeCollapse )
feeling: busybusy
hearing: None
23 October 2006 @ 04:30 pm
feeling: blahblah
hearing: None
26 September 2006 @ 01:12 am
Hi! Sorry, it's been so long! Work has chewed me up and spit me out. But, I come bearing a new poem - following my usual tradition of modern (slam?) poetry. I just can't get enough.
Ego Tripping (there may be a reason why) by Nikki GiovanniCollapse )
22 September 2006 @ 11:16 am
Something to suit the changing of the seasons.

Come, pensive AutumnCollapse )
feeling: melancholymelancholy