Over the years, I have lived in a quite lot of different places,
And we had some strange neighbors as we ran our races,
In this story poem, I’ll tell you of things that did happen,
Using fictitious names so their real names won’t blacken. Continue reading
When I lived in Houston, I worked in Louisiana engineering.
The things I experienced over there, I found so very alluring.
This poem discusses the things there that did draw me back,
As I loved the people there and their wonderful culture so relaxed. Continue reading
Somethings we did so long ago still linger fresh in my memory.
Perhaps it’s because we always did them as a happy family.
This poem recalls a day trip that we used to take on the weekend,
That we enjoyed so much on Galveston Beach way back then. Continue reading
Blue Bonnet Hill
I always worked hard at my job as a Phillips Petroleum engineer,
So at the weekends, I was ready for fun with my family so dear.
The poem describes the incredible blooming of the Blue Bonnets.
And might be the beginning of a so called a Blue Bonnet sonnet. Continue reading
Rocking the established boat can cause waves or in some cases a tsunami. When I moved to the Houston E&P Office I created a some very large waves. Here’s the story. Continue reading
I thought I knew something about the South Louisiana Cajun culture until I made a trip to the area with my boss. Here’s the story. Continue reading
Close Enough To Perfect
Sometimes you run across something that reminds you so much of someone you love, that it seems to have been done specifically about them. Here’s my story. Continue reading
When we transferred to Houston, we thought we would be happy,
But the traffic there was horrendous and the people were snappy.
This poem describes some of the good and the bad while there.
After a while there, we were ready to go away to most anywhere. Continue reading
Family projects are often wonderful experiences that all family members will remember the rest of their lives. While in Houston, we completed a project together that we will cherish the memory of forever. Here’s the story. Continue reading