Biography of Mike Michaels
I am just some bloke.
Mike Michaels Poems
Blue Sky, Blue Sky, please don't be obscured Your saphire beauty makes me assured That whatever misfortunes fate has procured I am against glumness and sadness inured
I love you ravioli you’re so fine to eat But why ravioli are you so hard to heat? Your sauce steams, pasta glistens and you look ready to consume But then I find that your filling is colder than I presume
Plummeting daylight meteor Hurtling from on high Avian arrow Let loose from Apollo’s bow
A Gothic Encounter (Scary Halloween Poem...
An unkempt man approached me one dark evening 'In pursuit', he said, 'of a favour' 'A drink' he explained, but I was unsure of his meaning When he specified it should be of a refined yet peculiar flavour
Janis Joplin '09
If anyone wants to google the original lyrics, the first line was approximately 'Oh Lord won't you buy me a Mercedes Benz' Sorry Janis......
Have You Met The Universe?
I was privileged to meet the Universe one find and pleasant day, I must confess, it took me by surprise, so I had very little to say. It was vast, deep and mysterious, it beheld me with indifference and filled me with the sense that I overestimate my own significance.
I like to take a stroll sometimes in the evening Just before it's dark, as the day is leaving And so it was, on one of these occasions That I was accosted by a gang of pugnacious young caucasians
My apologies to all you members of the gentler gender for the last line...'beasts and people' just didn't fit.... Once more our star appears to dim
Annoying Fruit Flies
Drosophila, Drosophila, there's just no stopping ya Just when I think I've seen none of you of late And that therefore, there must be no more of you, to exterminate You flit by me while I'm sat watching TV
Blue Sky, Blue Sky, please don't be obscured
Your saphire beauty makes me assured
That whatever misfortunes fate has procured
I am against glumness and sadness inured
Blue Sky, Blue Sky, I confess I'm enamoured
You release me from those who have crowded and clamoured
You replenish the peace their noise has devoured
And nurture serentity where it once flowered