Do u check ur whorescope ever day?

Created by Shemp Sharpe on Jun 5, 2013

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yes its on the mony

no dont beleve in such stuff

it scars me

it can predick my future

Im adicted to them

Since: Jan 13

United States

#22 Jun 7, 2013
Se7en187 wrote:
<quoted text>
He does seem very nice :) I very much like his personality and he, like you, doesn't seem to pay my silly, dorky comments any mind AND even finds them a little funny. I must attract the best people because you've become my friend! Awwww, group hug! lol
thank u! Your comments always make me smile. Ok that's as mushy as i get.:)

Since: Jan 13

United States

#23 Jun 7, 2013
Mr Christian wrote:
I believe the Bible tells us to stay clear of things like that.
so who were those prophets?

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#24 Jun 7, 2013
kristilou wrote:
<quoted text>thank u! Your comments always make me smile. Ok that's as mushy as i get.:)
No group hug?

Since: Jan 13

United States

#25 Jun 8, 2013
Se7en187 wrote:
<quoted text>
No group hug?
ok, hug hug.
The Magician

Cosby, TN

#26 Jun 8, 2013
Thank you for your kind words. I have found that nice people are deserving of nice comments. Sadly, too many people feel the need to belittle them for their beautiful minds and spirits. Yes, I smile at your silliness, and thank god that people still have the ability to be silly. Why take the world seriously? Peter Pan never grew up and look how happy he was. Never change and the world will always be a good place for you.

Since: Jan 13

United States

#27 Jun 8, 2013
The Magician wrote:
Thank you for your kind words. I have found that nice people are deserving of nice comments. Sadly, too many people feel the need to belittle them for their beautiful minds and spirits. Yes, I smile at your silliness, and thank god that people still have the ability to be silly. Why take the world seriously? Peter Pan never grew up and look how happy he was. Never change and the world will always be a good place for you.
u r awesome!

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#28 Jun 8, 2013
There is a magician,
a wizard, I once knew,
From a far forgotten Land,
And a time much farther, still.
And this he said to me
when I, but as a child,
First stumbled and fell o'er him,
sprawled out, beneath a mighty oak.
Sleeping he, at rest,
His cloak tucked about him,
rumpled, wrapped about his breast.
Dozing upon his magic, wishing hill,
In the darkening, evening chill.
A place, years and miles and dreams,
And worlds beyond your window sill,
Where wishes and wishers go
to drink and fill.
And I, the Uninvited Guest,
found him, just that way,
Amidst the flowers and the green,
The most enchanted thing I've ever seen.
As he drowsily turned to stare,
at my intrusion there.
The sleepy eyes awakening now,
Drinking in the all of me,
My soul emptying out and touching his.
My heart stopped and yet, so full
of so, very many feelings,
reaching, soaring,
unbelievably!
Yet, I stood and gaped
Amazed and transfixed
By his starry gaze,
The aura he had raised.
And even as he looked,
even as he stared.
Even as he prepared to speak,
I already knew, what we two had shared,
And that nothing would be spared,
for I Loved him and he too, cared.
I knew what he would say
And he said it just that way.
"Believe my child, believe.
Believe in you and me.
Believe in fantasy.
Believe in dreams and wonder,
And In castles on distant shores,
And ever opening doors,
Rainbows on the rise,
And loving, laughing eyes.
Believe, and all your wishes will come true,
Your dreams will come to pass.
And when you've believed in all these things,
Then give it all away -
every single day.
For magic's just that way.
Sorceror's Apprentice keeper of the Magician's cloak.
Now, come be my apprentice,
And I will show you enchantments
That were meant to always last,
What waits beyond the hourglass,
the greenest, knolly grass.
Come and listen to me,
Listen, love and learn.
Spread your wings, your colors, your love,
For like a book, pages have to turn,
and candle wax was meant to burn,
Its drippings to amass,
for like moonlight, it must pass,
In order to enlight!
If only late at night.
Take the center of your soul,
that heart you can't control,
And give it to your brother,
your family, friends,
yes, one another.
For whatever else you do,
whatever else you were meant to be,
You were destined to meet me.
Yes, me and the wonder,
and the fantasy.
Here wrap this about you, now."
He took off his velvet cloak,
and even before he spoke,
I knew the meaning of it all.
The tears I had held, began to fall.
"This cloak you mustn't shed,
No matter what's been said,
Or whatever else they may say,
No matter, what's to become of you,
Or the journey you're about to begin.
You must carry my mantle,
cloak and burden.

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#29 Jun 8, 2013
Now, be still and listen,
For no matter how old you get,
No matter, how tattered,
torn and worn the two of you become,
You must never become -
undone,
And you must never, never forget.
For this is yours and yours alone,
To pass on and on and on.
And most especially near your end.
As mine is near at hand, my friend,
For I must go to another kingdom.
So, go my child, go forth and believe,
For it's that time and I must leave.
Follow your heart,
and don't ever forget to love,
For that is what magic's of"
And with that he closed his eyes,
Disappeared to my surprise,
And left me there with starlight all around,
And the new love I had found.
I reached down inside the velvet cloak
As the chill began to descend,
And there within,
in a secret pocket,
I found the map that he had hidden.
I've tried to follow it to this day.
Regardless, of what gets in the way.
Or what other people have to say.
And occasionally, I think I see him,
Smiling in his knowing way,
Behind trees, in Autumn leaves,
late at night, in starlight and the wind,
In places I have been,
And in the warmth of the smiling sun,
And most everything I've done.
Sometimes I know, I fall,
For I am no real Wizard, after all.
I am human, but I believe his words,
And I believe in him.
Wherever, he may be.
I know he watches over me
and the treasure he's passed on to me.
This cloak, his cloak,
Is really nothing else but loving,
And my belief, my dearest friend,
For it leads me back to him.
Whenever the hour is darkest,
Whenever I'm alone,
Whenever I'm afraid,
In choices I have made,
Whenever I see candlelight,
or any kind of light begin to fade,
I grab his cloak about me,
and gather up its strength.
Sometimes I talk out loud to him,
out loud to him at length.
When I'm wearied of the task,
And I think I'll never last,
And I feel, I can't do anymore,
of what he's asked me for,
I huddle in the velvet,
Let my wearied heart spill out,
My doubts, and hurts and shouts!
Oh! I've cried and will again.
But, just when I think,
I've come to the end,
He fills me up again and again.
And so, I carry on and wait
I see the hour grow late.
For such has become my fate.
Until I see the time
when the poem's lost its rhyme,
And no mountains left to climb,
Then, he will come for me
To take me to that kingdom
Across the starry sea.
And this cloak is passed to you,
To you, my child,
to pass on and on
and on ...
By Linda A. Copp

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#30 Jun 8, 2013
The first half didn't post. It was too long. Here it is:
The Magician
By Linda A. Copp

There is a magician,
a wizard, I once knew,
From a far forgotten Land,
And a time much farther, still.

And this he said to me
when I, but as a child,
First stumbled and fell o'er him,
sprawled out, beneath a mighty oak.

Sleeping he, at rest,
His cloak tucked about him,
rumpled, wrapped about his breast.
Dozing upon his magic, wishing hill,
In the darkening, evening chill.

A place, years and miles and dreams,
And worlds beyond your window sill,
Where wishes and wishers go
to drink and fill.

And I, the Uninvited Guest,
found him, just that way,
Amidst the flowers and the green,
The most enchanted thing I've ever seen.

As he drowsily turned to stare,
at my intrusion there.
The sleepy eyes awakening now,
Drinking in the all of me,
My soul emptying out and touching his.

My heart stopped and yet, so full
of so, very many feelings,
reaching, soaring,
unbelievably!

Yet, I stood and gaped
Amazed and transfixed
By his starry gaze,
The aura he had raised.

And even as he looked,
even as he stared.
Even as he prepared to speak,
I already knew, what we two had shared,
And that nothing would be spared,
for I Loved him and he too, cared.
I knew what he would say
And he said it just that way.

"Believe my child, believe.
Believe in you and me.
Believe in fantasy.

Believe in dreams and wonder,
And In castles on distant shores,
And ever opening doors,
Rainbows on the rise,
And loving, laughing eyes.

Believe, and all your wishes will come true,
Your dreams will come to pass.
And when you've believed in all these things,
Then give it all away -
every single day.
For magic's just that way.

Sorceror's Apprentice keeper of the Magician's cloak.
Now, come be my apprentice,
And I will show you enchantments
That were meant to always last,
What waits beyond the hourglass,
the greenest, knolly grass.

Come and listen to me,
Listen, love and learn.
Spread your wings, your colors, your love,
For like a book, pages have to turn,
and candle wax was meant to burn,
Its drippings to amass,
for like moonlight, it must pass,
In order to enlight!
If only late at night.

Take the center of your soul,
that heart you can't control,
And give it to your brother,
your family, friends,
yes, one another.

For whatever else you do,
whatever else you were meant to be,
You were destined to meet me.
Yes, me and the wonder,
and the fantasy.
Here wrap this about you, now."

He took off his velvet cloak,
and even before he spoke,
I knew the meaning of it all.
The tears I had held, began to fall.

"This cloak you mustn't shed,
No matter what's been said,
Or whatever else they may say,
No matter, what's to become of you,
Or the journey you're about to begin.

You must carry my mantle,
cloak and burden.

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#31 Jun 8, 2013
Well, I guess it did post...

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#32 Jun 8, 2013
I'm going to JC to get my palm read with my 3 best friends soon...
The Magician

Cosby, TN

#33 Jun 8, 2013
I am amazed that anyone would know this poem. It is a good guiding light for most people. I knew that you were special, this confirms it. Your husband is an extremely lucky man, and anyone who knows you is surely blessed.

Since: Jan 13

United States

#34 Jun 9, 2013
Se7en187 wrote:
Well, I guess it did post...
thats a big hill!

“is your friend ”

Since: Mar 12

Location hidden

#35 Jun 9, 2013
Se7en187 wrote:
I'm going to JC to get my palm read with my 3 best friends soon...
Are you really that stupid?

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#36 Jun 10, 2013
Mrs Roberson wrote:
<quoted text>Are you really that stupid?
Oh no you di'un!!
lol It's just for fun Mrs Roberson.

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#37 Jun 10, 2013
The Magician wrote:
I am amazed that anyone would know this poem. It is a good guiding light for most people. I knew that you were special, this confirms it. Your husband is an extremely lucky man, and anyone who knows you is surely blessed.
You amaze me.
The Magician

Cosby, TN

#38 Jun 10, 2013
I cannot understand why. Your bubbly personality brightens the world every day, and your innocent humor, not dorky but lovable, brings a smile to so many faces. You have wonderful friends who like and respect you. Little One, you are the truly amazing one.
Topicksicide

United States

#39 Jun 10, 2013
The Magician wrote:
I am amazed that anyone would know this poem. It is a good guiding light for most people. I knew that you were special, this confirms it. Your husband is an extremely lucky man, and anyone who knows you is surely blessed.
Threw up in my mouth.
I'mma spitter, btw.

Since: Jan 13

Hawesville, KY

#40 Jun 10, 2013
The Magician wrote:
I cannot understand why. Your bubbly personality brightens the world every day, and your innocent humor, not dorky but lovable, brings a smile to so many faces. You have wonderful friends who like and respect you. Little One, you are the truly amazing one.
so true

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#41 Jun 11, 2013
Topicksicide wrote:
<quoted text>Threw up in my mouth.
I'mma spitter, btw.
No one likes a spitter.

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