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Kikiorie
08 December 2008 @ 12:15 am
Dead  
I haven't perished, don't fear... Just... Lost.
 
 
Kikiorie
29 June 2008 @ 09:22 pm
I'm not ok anymore.
 
 
Kikiorie

I found this during work. Kinda touched me.


Proof that Angels do have wings

An article in National Geographic several years ago provided a Penetrating picture of God's wings.

After a forest fire in Yellowstone National Park, forest rangers began their trek up a mountain to assess the inferno's damage.

One ranger found a bird literally petrified in ashes, perched statuesquely on the ground at the base of a tree.

Somewhat sickened by the eerie sight, he knocked over the bird with a stick. When he gently struck it, three tiny chicks scurried from under their dead mother's wings.

The loving mother, keenly aware of impending disaster, had carried her offspring to the base of the tree and had gathered them under her wings, instinctively knowing that the toxic smoke would rise. She could have flown to safety but refused to abandon her babies.

When the blaze had arrived and the heat had scorched her small body, the mother had remained steadfast. Because she had been willing to die, those under the cover of her wings would live.

 
 
Kikiorie
27 May 2008 @ 06:48 pm
Lucky Man
(No Man)

I have days where I hate my job
(I have days where I love my job,)

This little town and the whole world too
(this shitty college, and the idiots too.)

And last Sunday when the Bengles lost
(And last Sunday when the Steelers won,)

Lord it put me in a bad mood
(Lord, it puts me in a great mood.)



I have moments when I curse the rain
(I have moments when I beg for rain,)

Then complain when the sun's too hot
(but I can't complain when it's not.)

I look around at what everyone has
(I look around at what everyone has,)

And I forget about all I've got
(and I remember what all I've got.)



But I know I'm a lucky man
(I know I'm a lucky man,)

God's given me a pretty fair hand
(I've earned a pretty fair hand)

Got a house and a piece of land
(working on a house and a piece of land,)

A few dollars in a coffee can
(a few dimes in a peanut can.)

My old trucks still running good
(I wish for a truck that would run,)

My ticker's ticking like they say it should
(my watch is ticking like they say it should,)

I got supper in the oven, a good woman's loving
(I've got supper in the closet, no woman's lovin')

And one more day to be my little kid's dad
(And one more day to be a large single man,)

Lord, knows I'm a lucky man
(Lord knows I'm a lucky man.)



Got some friends who would be here fast
(Want some friends who'd be here fast)

I could call em any time of day
(wish I could call 'em any time of day)

Got a brother who's got my back
(got no brother who's got my back)

Got a mama who I swears a saint
(Got a mama who I swears a saint)

Got a brand new rod and reel
(Got a brand new highlight reel,)

Got a full week off this year
(I've got a heart with no fear,)

Dad had a close call last spring
(Bitch left, and I lost her ring)

It's a miracle he's still here
(It's a miracle I'm still here...)




But I know I'm a lucky man
(I know I'm a lucky man,)

God's given me a pretty fair hand
(I've earned a pretty fair hand)

Got a house and a piece of land
(working on a house and a piece of land,)

A few dollars in a coffee can
(a few dimes in a peanut can.)

My old trucks still running good
(I wish for a truck that would run,)

My ticker's ticking like they say it should
(my watch is ticking like they say it should,)

I got supper in the oven, a good woman's loving
(I've got supper in the closet, no woman's lovin')

And one more day to be my little kid's dad
(And one more day to be a large single man,) ---

Lord, knows I'm a lucky man
(Lord knows I'm a lucky man.) ---



Woah, My old trucks still running good
(woah --, I wish for a truck that would run,)

My ticker's ticking like they say it should
(my watch is ticking like they say it should,)

I got supper in the oven, a good woman's loving
(I've got supper in the closet, no woman's lovin')

And even my bad days ain't that bad.
(Even my bad days ain't that bad)

Yeah, I'm a lucky man.
(Sure, I'm a lucky man.)

I'm a lucky, lucky man.
(I'm a very lucky man.)



My song version is (in these).
Your gentleman awaits,
Justin/Kiki
 
 
Kikiorie
27 May 2008 @ 06:11 pm
No ones been working on the door project, so I'm going to abandon that for now.

In it's place, I've been taking an inventory of my life, and I'm going to parody the song "Lucky Man" by Montgomery Gentry.

I'll post lyrics when I'm done. And bits as they become finished.

Afterwards, you might be just "lucky" enough to hear me sing it!!! Eeeeek! I can't sing.


Anyway, just that. Still looking for that girl I mentioned in the last post...

Your gentleman awaits,
Justin/Kiki