Close your eyes and spread your wings.
Make a wish and dream good dreams.
Don’t ever say, you’ll never tell.
Cause life is short and very frail.
Just be still and take a look.
Before you know it, you’ll be hooked.
Then once in a blink of an eye
you’ll soon realize it was all a lie.
Up you look and there they’re gone.
Why two days feel so long?
What was once there has disappeared.
Now, love is the one thing to fear.
Why say go when it was no?
You open your eyes only to find,
what lied there was your sign.
So close your eyes and spread your wings.
Make a good wish and LIVE your dreams!
by: Johnitha Anderson
The Monkey &The Cue Ball
A guy walks into a bar with his pet monkey. He orders a drink and while he’s drinking, the monkey jumps all around the place. The monkey grabs some olives off the bar and eats them.
Then he grabs some sliced limes and eats them. He then jumps onto the pool table and grabs one of the billiard balls. To everyone’s amazement, he sticks it in his mouth, and somehow swallows it whole.
The bartender screams at the guy, “Did you see what your monkey just did?” “No, what did he do?” “He just ate the cue ball off my pool table… whole!”
“Yeah, that doesn’t surprise me,” replied the guy, “He eats everything in sight. Sorry! I’ll pay for the cue ball and stuff.”
The guy finishes his drink, pays his bill, pays for the stuff the monkey ate and leaves.
Two weeks later the guy is in the bar again, and has his monkey with him. He orders a drink and the monkey starts running around the bar again.
While the man is finishing his drink, the monkey finds a maraschino cherry on the bar. He grabs it, sticks it up his butt, pulls it out, and eats it. Then the monkey finds a peanut, and again sticks it up his butt, pulls it out, and eats it.
The bartender is disgusted. “Did you see what your monkey did now?” No, what?” replied the man.
“Well, he stuck a maraschino cherry and a peanut up his butt, pulled them out, and ate them!” said the bartender.
“Yeah, that doesn’t surprise me,” replied the guy. “He still eats everything in sight, but ever since he had to pass that cue ball, he measures everything first.”