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Hi, I'm James K. Blaylock and I'm a poet/writer. I'm 34, and I live in Texas... I was born and raised here. I have been writing now for seven years. I'm finally ready to have my work published. I think it's about time that people read my stuff on a mass scale. So I'm looking for publishers or ways... to publish my own books. I am not rich by any means; but I pray that a way shall indeed surface... for my voice to be heard. Hobbies I love music, movies, reading, writting, painting & stargazing (whenever i'm out in the country).
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Have a Heart
Have a Heart



don't go makin' problems,



so what if he shot

your poor dog,



then punched-out

your ol' ill mother,



after burnin' down

your place...



don't you have a heart

for those criminally insane



5-4-08



Last edited by James K. Blaylock on May 10, 2008, 8:21 am
 
Alister Flik

Yikes. Sarcastic intensity...more like sardonic. Interesting subject matter, I'm sort of curious what inspired this, particularly. I'm intrigued.


"I do not think, therefore I am a mustache."
-Sartre *Nausea*
Posted on Monday, May 12, 2008 at 00:33:09

 
Francis Meyrick

This was probably inspired by the bleeding heart do-gooders, who live in nice leafy, suburban tidy streets, and who make the cardinal mistake of attributing their simplistic, naive, but well meaning morals to....the rest of the world.
Ha! There IS such a thing as a mean, calculating, poisoned, hateful, morality challenged BOZO... who understands only one thing: PAIN!

(ask your local cop if you don't believe me...)

Hey guys! How's that for a mini rant?

Grin


We little humans, hurtling through the Universe on our tiny, pale blue dot, will find few answers to Life's great mysteries. But we should at least find many of the questions. To write is to ask. To seek. To grope. With humility, and humor. Peace.
Posted on Monday, May 12, 2008 at 06:19:32

 
James K. Blaylock

Thanks for all the reviews everyone, I'll try to come around more and view some of your pieces.

jkb





















Posted on Monday, May 12, 2008 at 09:25:13

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