Forgetfulness – C.D. Anders (The Unnecessary Blog)

Another day, angry, angry at my family, my friends, the world, at you, at me, blood boiling over in the name of selfish devotion, under the vacant tent and banner of self righteousness as I beat my chest like the Pharisee, forgetting that my Lord died for that tax collector, my family, my friends, theContinue reading “Forgetfulness – C.D. Anders (The Unnecessary Blog)”

Liar’s Lullaby – C.D. Anders (The Unnecessary Blog)

I swim in seas of air and fly in shallow waters, sing in crowded places and yet it never bothers, that sun shines dully green as waters travel higher, you say that you’re in love but it’s not what I desire for more from this deft scribe, click on over: https://cdandersblog.wordpress.com/

Uphill, Downhill – C.D. Anders (The Unnecessary Blog)

It’s just an uphill battle that keeps going downhill from here, to there, insert preposition, two steps forward, three steps back, now promenade and do-si-do back up and down and side to side, hard to decide when back and forths become the norms and moving forward– Wait, now, where was I? for more from thisContinue reading “Uphill, Downhill – C.D. Anders (The Unnecessary Blog)”

Mr. Hyperbole – C.D. Anders

Poor Mr. Hyperbole, the saddest man you’ll ever see, his heart is made of straw and hay (at least that’s what he likes to say), it burns with fire half the day then all the rest is blown away except his words–his fixation– which negate exaggeration I feel terrible that I haven’t read through everyone’sContinue reading “Mr. Hyperbole – C.D. Anders”

Fat Kid Blues – C.D. Anders

It takes some things to make the batter but up til then it does not matter The cake ain’t baked the stomach aches the mind itself can’t catch a break The flour and eggs the oil and milk don’t satisfy this troubled ilk But when it’s done and out to cool this fat kid sees he’sContinue reading “Fat Kid Blues – C.D. Anders”

The Girl With the Pink Hair – C.D. Anders

the sneeze of a flea the drop of a pin the sound of one hand clapping again a sigh in a storm a silent fanfare that whisper of hope when few people care for more from this author, please click here: http://cdandersblog.wordpress.com/