Mark 10:25 – “It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for someone who is rich to enter the kingdom of God.”
Some things don’t need to be said
And a jet plane can mess with your head
While preaching salvation
Makes camels appear to be thread.
Posted in 2018, Christians, limericks, Poetry, religion, Spirituality, YouTube
Tagged camels, Christians, jet planes, Kenneth Copeland, limerick, limericks, Mark 10:25, needle, Preachers, preaching
This is Stormy. Her reputation was ruined when the president broke their non-disclosure agreement and gabbed to all his evangelist buddies. Now her phone rings day and night and she can’t get a moment of quiet rest.
The porn-star named Stormy was nice
And of course everything has its price
And public confession:
The ethics aren’t all that precise.
Posted in 2018, Adventure, America, humor, limericks, Poetry, Relationships, religion
Tagged Daniels, ethics, limerick, limericks, non-disclosure, philosophy, poetry, porn-star, Stormy
Locomotive Rock located on the Laguna Rez a few miles north of Acoma.
Stopping a train just ain’t easy
The methods are bloody and sleazy
But changing direction
Requires a correction
More solid than whiney and breezy.
Made his money the hard way, inherited.
Went to Yale where he struggled and merited
Every cent that he earned
With his MBA; spurned
Do-nothings with slogans he parroted.
Old Jules – July 31, 2012 blog entry
The Zionists’ “Viva la raza!”
Never played well in Gaza,
But mineral wealth
Left no time for stealth
So la raza turned casa to masa.
Two political parties, or thrice,
Patricians are fatter than lice.
When bones are scraped narrow
They’ll suck out the marrow,
Turn knuckle-bones into dice.
Posted in 2012, America, Gambling, Government, limericks, Politics
Tagged economy, Human Behavior, humor, Life, limerick, limericks, parasites, philosophy, poems, poetry, politicians, politics, society, sociology
An absurd, grotesque dis-assembly
Will waltz across Florida nimbly:
Plebes and Patricians
And news statisticians
Will celebrate parodies grimly.
Posted in 2012, America, limericks, Politics
Tagged conventions, culture, elections, Florida, Human Behavior, humor, Life, limerick, limericks, philosophy, poems, poetry, politics, psychology, Reading, society, sociology, writing