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Old June 24 2014, 07:01 AM   #46
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Re: Star Trek poetry

"A Kirk Moment"

... I get on top
and get it over with quick.
Jump in the Sonic Shower,
then scrub down my ****
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Old June 24 2014, 07:49 AM   #47
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We have hundreds and millions down here on the ground.
But where can the enterprise toilets be found.
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Old June 24 2014, 10:27 PM   #48
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Captain Devious
I want him to touch me
Let's try a new tack
What should I tell him?
I know---''kink in my back!''

The CATSPAW dilemma
Our top four are on planet,
But Uhura's a gal
Keep her off the chair
By promoting DeSalle.
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Old June 26 2014, 03:30 AM   #49
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Kes, you fired your photons on me!
Set your phaser cannon to "kill"
Waited til I dropped my shields,
And then you fired at will!

Is it another man? What is it then?
I know I've got the genitals of a dog
But late at night, making sweet love
You never made like something's wrong!

Now, I know I can be a jealous guy
With Men looking you up and down
You know it's only gonna get worse
without you having me around!

What about all those special things
you know I always did for you.
Don't end this for me now, sweets,
We've still got lots more to do!

I know you and your girlfriends
are laughing loud, at my expense.
Kes, think about what you're doing
Because you're not making sense!

A Warlord, unkind, had entered your mind
Filling your empty head with such thoughts
When he fled, you left - all without regret
Losing me this battle, one I never fought!

See this, what you're putting me through -
In the Fetal Position - can even you know?
Tears stinging orange eyes like citric acid
Kes ... I don't THINK so!!!
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Old August 8 2014, 01:54 AM   #50
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Re: Star Trek poetry

Posting this here for my literary record.

Kes as a Disney Princess.. ELOGIUM

(to the tune of Frozen's "Let it Go")

The goo glows yellow
On my skin tonight
Not a lover to be seen
A bedroom of isolation
And it looks like I'm Pristine


The hormones are howling
A swirling storm inside
Couldn't keep this goo in
Heavens know I tried..


Don't let Neelix in
Don't let Neelix see
Be the good girl you always have to be
Sedate
Don't mate
Don't let him know..
Well now he knows!


Let it goo, let it goo!
Can't hold it in anymore
Let it goo, let it goo!
Neelix let's do it on the floor!
I don't care what they're going to say
Let the hormones rage on..
The goo never bothered me anyway
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Old November 8 2014, 09:24 AM   #51
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Re: Star Trek poetry

Whereas I am posting this to service the Literary Integrity of STAR TREK fandom - and perhaps, all of Humanity, itself ...



Mandy Grayson,
How you look like Winona Ryder!
It puts a fire ...
Under my desire.

Your hugs and kisses,
your soft caresses,
Life's injustice,
your touch addresses.

Whilst my marriage
to a Vulcan Princess
Is without logic ...
It's almost meaningless.

After we were wed,
She let herself go.
And when she had Sybok,
even more so.

When I met you on Earth,
That's when our affair began.
But, I'm too High Profile,
For the public to understand.

But you always do, Mandy.
We're never indiscreet.
We take seperate taxis,
Whenever we meet.

I want us to be seen.
I want to show the world,
what True Love means!
But then, logic enters:

We have to lay low,
on the couch,
on the countertop
... on the flo'.

If my wife ever knew,
Logic suggests what she'd do:
she'd take our toddler in tow
and turn our divorce into a show.

I can't not raise my boy!
He's my pride. He's my joy.
Mandy, though - you're my love.
And soon, our day will come!
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Old November 9 2014, 05:05 AM   #52
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"A Place to Ask, to Share My Thoughts"
And such a place to be, there ought
Discussion ranging, raging, too!
Opinions flying, assumptions new

Some are Strident, some are Blue
Some are Older! some are New
Some are Hard to Read Sometimes
Some, like Me, with Clarity Rise.

Find a Forum? Yes I have!
Enjoyment, Thought-Provoking Salve
Balm for what I need Each Day
A place for all my Thoughts to Lay

"Thanks," to all of You I Say
Thanks for reading, Come What May
Thank you for this place to Be
Thanks so much, to You, from Me


Grateful HIjol
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Old November 9 2014, 08:12 AM   #53
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Neelix loves his leola root
Unfortunately, it makes him toot!
On it's way out, it can make a mess
But at least he has his sweetie, Kes
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Old November 9 2014, 08:15 AM   #54
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Harry has trouble getting laid
The only girls he gets are...paid
He finally gets some in "The Disease"
Too bad he's left with STDs

(true story bro)
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Old November 9 2014, 08:17 AM   #55
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Posting this here for my literary record.

Kes as a Disney Princess.. ELOGIUM

(to the tune of Frozen's "Let it Go")

The goo glows yellow
On my skin tonight
Not a lover to be seen
A bedroom of isolation
And it looks like I'm Pristine


The hormones are howling
A swirling storm inside
Couldn't keep this goo in
Heavens know I tried..


Don't let Neelix in
Don't let Neelix see
Be the good girl you always have to be
Sedate
Don't mate
Don't let him know..
Well now he knows!


Let it goo, let it goo!
Can't hold it in anymore
Let it goo, let it goo!
Neelix let's do it on the floor!
I don't care what they're going to say
Let the hormones rage on..
The goo never bothered me anyway
OMG THIS IS GREAT
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Old November 9 2014, 08:51 AM   #56
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We know so little of Tuvok's socks
We know even less about Tuvok's c##k
We know he has one, that's for sure
We know not length or width or girth

7 of 9, Still Waters Run Deep (!)
Tuvok, to her place would creep
Janeway boiling water for tea
Chockie up to take a pee

All these peeps converge on deck
Ain't been l**d sInce way, way back!
What do you think they will do,
Get together for me and you?
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Old November 12 2014, 12:18 AM   #57
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Old March 30 2015, 03:46 AM   #58
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Because 'Frakes asked...

It's late...no sleep again
Sit up, push cover back, and then
Replicate a hot Earl Grey, encore
And out into the corridor

Devoid, it seems, of any one
But She is here, with hum and thrum
Always present, never resting
Power flowing, Techno-Festing

As I walk her hallowed halls
Imagining all behind her walls
Magnitudes of complication
Subtle thresholds of vibration

Can one command such might?
I ponder, rightly, in the night
How did it ever come to be
That man, that plan, would include me?

A staff and crew above all others
Exploration, rejuvenation, bases covered
Five Year Mission exactingly planned
Orders given, regions scanned

As I walk these halls of Power
In solitude, at this late hour
My tea is cold, my Orders bold
We Warp for areas untold.

HIjol 2015
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Old March 30 2015, 08:07 AM   #59
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My Heart My Head
Two Parts of Me, it is said
But
all too often
I find them
Inter Changable

Feel With One
Think With the Other
It Is Said
But
all too often
I find them
In Ter Change Able

I Ache to Find a Love
That Wants
My Love, Freely given
But
all too often
I
Do Not Find Them

So Much Love and
Caring
I have In Side
But
all too often
I fine them
Un Want Ed

My Heart My Head
Two Parts of Me
Pure
Good
The Essence of Me
But
all too often
I find them
UN Desired
Unde Sired
Undesir Ed...

Undesired

Hijol, 2015
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Old March 30 2015, 10:51 AM   #60
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Very few threads, indeed, have aggrandised and romanticised the STAR TREK franchise like this one, HIjol. Your latest contributions prove - once & for all time - that your reputation as STAR TREK's own Poet Laureate is secure! Never lose your Muse ...
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