Comments about Landrey
O’er the crest of the hill
Came hence a cry so shrill,
That with darting eyes
I searched the skies
For a someone; invisible one.
Through the mist of the night
I scanned with all my might.
Yet I found not a soul,
Nor light, as from a coal.
But a someone; imperceptible one.
As I came near the spot
I beheld what I sought,
I could not tell, friend or foe.
Appearing first a shadow,
Now a someone; immortal one.
The Bark Of The Byte
I’m joyful and glad, not angry or sad.
Then all of a sudden, I have let the crud in.
While cutting the tree, a knot has stopped me.
In this world of dough, where lumps are no foe,
I hit a big rock, no key for this lock.
I was speeding my car, I was getting SO far,
Where most hit a dip, I got more than a clip,
Where you hit a bump, I totaled this dump.
From what was a hole, I’m now digging coal.