Archive for March, 2010

Kadisha

Posted: March 31, 2010 in Tenderly

Flu, what a nuisance! The Flu can creep in on anyone and wreak havoc. Even doctors are prone to the dangers of this menacing illness. Gladly it usually only last for days with the worse cases down for maybe two weeks.

Kadisha

Keeping away from Ember is the hardest part

And though my dear it breaks your heart

Don’t overdo the time you spend with her

I know the temptation and that you’ll prefer

Sanitary masks and all your other work props

Have care physician, I hope this flu soon stops

And that sweet Ember will be fine too!

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With Eyes So Bright

Posted: March 30, 2010 in Tributes

So many people never get to enjoy the bond between “Man best friend” and themselves. I always kept dogs and as such I have developed great friendships with them for many years. They are all very different in demeanor, loyalty, physique and more. Some things are more memorable in them and may last as lifelong memories. Large breeds seldom live past 10 years and Frostie was going to be 12 this year. But this old man (95 according to our vet) was only a few days ago ready to destroy the potential threat of the MCTV man. Frostie died today at 3:10pm .  Frostie my faithful friend, Sep 10, 1998 to March 30, 2010

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With Eyes So Bright

 

When my sister was overseas I thought I would get

Inu Akita
in her favorite color, an all white pet

There was a guy in Bayland who had two to fit

He made me a high bid but I was satisfied with it

 

Eyes so bright were unusual for me

You would believe that they were white or a facsimile

Even though his spirit seemed bruised and he was a runt

Something said this was the dog for her right up front

 

So I left that day with a gorgeous little dog who

One day became like a best friend that loved us too

 

Bigger than his siblings and more apt to fight

Ready to guard an always keen to bite

In all this he was the most precious of dogs with a
remarkable spirit

Getting his toy out the driveway that we wouldn’t have
to move it

He knew steps ahead things we were intent to do

This true, loyal friend died today with eyes so bright
it seems he knew

 

 

 

 

Same poem
different acrostic highlight

 

 

 

With Eyes So Bright

Tribute To Frostie

 

When my sisTer was overseas I thought I would get

Inu Akita in her
favorite color, an all white pet

There was a guy in Bayland
who had two to fit

He made me a
high
bid but I was satisfied with it

Eyes so bright were unusual for me

You would believe
that
they were white or a facsimile

Even though his spirit seemed bruised and he was a runt

Something said this was The dog for her right up front

So I left that day with a gorgeous little dog who

One day became like a best Friend that loved us too

Bigger than his siblings and
mo
re apt to fight

Ready to guard an always keen to bite

In all this he was the most
preciou
s of dogs with a remarkable spirit

Getting his toy
out
the
driveway that we wouldn’t have to move it

He knew steps ahead things we
were
intent to do

This true, loyal friend died
today with
eyes so bright it seems he knew

 

See
the Sympathy Card

 

 

Hug That Polar Bear

Posted: March 30, 2010 in Tributes

Frostie died today at around 3:10 pm. I was there to see his last breaths. His died quietly without a whimper. There was something very special about him and he was a very close companion. I loved him dearly as did my sister. Although we called him Frostie in the back of my mind his real was Defrost and he certainly lived up to his name, defrosting all the crusty moments. He looked like a polar bear and I often look forward to a hug from him.

 

Hug That Polar Bear

 

He was huger that all with a heart to match

Unusually white with not a dark patch

Grew to be perfect, a friend extraordinaire  

 

Took action to help us long before we were aware

He taught others to move at the first sign

And never left toys in the driveway to lay behind

Took great pleasure at bath time and willingly

 

Positioned where best to reach his body easily

On evenings when we returned from a hard day

Little smile like expressions from him said it’ll be okay

And when ice froze my face and left a frown

Rosy cheeks came when Defrost came around

 

Bye-bye my friend if there be

Eternal resting for pets in Eternity

And if pets were afforded a place for faithfulness

Rewards shall be yours Frostie, you were the best!

 

See the Sympathy Card

 

A Sea Of Tears

Posted: March 30, 2010 in Tributes

It was not the kind if news we want to share. I was paralyzed with emotion, I could express the trauma this young mother must be going through to hear this traumatic news. But the lady who had the temporary care of Aliah must have been totally distraught to be the bearer of this news. I pray they all find solace in knowing that children are the innocent wards of the Father and when uncorrupted, will go straight  back to him that they also know that they hold the key to one day being in the presence of our Lord and Savior.

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A Sea
Of Tears

 

An Angel descended upon the
sea

 

Suffer little children to
come unto me

Evangelical intercession by
the Spiritual Baptist

Attracted her attention and
she couldn’t resist

 

O Lord you called her and
she did obey

Faithfully she’s now into your
care faraway 

 

Take her and gently embrace
her, we never said good-bye

Even though we know this is
your will Lord, we Lord feel to cry 

At 7yrs old we wanted that
we’ll have many more years

Returning this soon to you
Father opened A Sea Of Tears

So Father, gently comfort her
tell her we’ll be there one day

 

 

 

Same poem
new acrostic highlighted

 

A Sea
Of Tears

 

An Angel descended upon the
sea

Suffer little children to come
unto me

Evangelical
intercession
by the Spiritual Baptist

Attracted
her
attention
and she couldn’t resist

O Lord you
called
her
and she did obey

Faithfully
she’s now in
To
your care faraway 

Take her
and gently embr
ace her, we never said good-bye

Even
though we know this is
your will Lord, we Lord feel to cry 

At 7yrs
old we wanted that we’l
l have many more years

Returning
this soon to you Father
opened A Sea Of Tears

So Father,
gently comfort her tell he
r we’ll be there one day

 

 

In Tribute To Euclid Carmen Jones

Posted: March 27, 2010 in Tributes

Do you remember Jones shop in Eagle hall where you can go and get midnight snacks after out partying? I was fortunate to have known the family and more so to know that my father knew Mr. Jones and liked him dearly.  Through him I got to hear many stories of the family well below the surface of the shop. It is with great sadness and deep sympathy that I learn of the passing of this very fine gentleman but I have solace in knowing that he offered his life to Christ. May his family and friend get great comfort in knowing that he is now with the Creator.

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In Tribute To Euclid
Carmen Jones

Trusted Old And Faithful Friend

 

In dark times and troubled days

Not many real bonds were forged
deserving of praise

 

Then came unusual grace on April 5,
1916

Resembling a sincere, kind spirit who
as an early teen

In hope to assist with finance he left
St. Davis School early 

Boarded Hall Police Station gave him
a job as one to work as a handy

Ultimately he tasted his first kind
of shop keeping skills

Taking on management of de renowned merchant’s
shops ready with frills

Enlisted in the Navy, World War II
had given international mêlée

 

Turbulence in towns who abided fervently
peaceful each day

On returning home and reaching safely,
recalling his tennis from then

 

Exploits on the courts as tennis playing
was a talent and he beat many men

Unions were great and after driving
taxi for years there were many

Courted his small darling Olga from
then and on Dec 20. 1947, matrimony

Lived in Westbury Road just at a modestly short
distance away

Is Eagle Hall where he did establish
Jones Bar and Grocery one day

Did but inclined to sea life he first
became
Donkeyman in the Harrison’s Line

 

Coal shoveling and loading kept the heat
and steam and engine running fine

All of five years on the “Invincible”
offered him a place

Regular meals and pay but he later returned
home to embrace

More family life in a place where he
could have a more fixed abode

Enjoy home raising a family and not
the life “on the road”

No more travels to far off lands India, Africa, South
America and more

 

Jones quickly became a household name and in his every door

Obliged customers were appreciative
for extended opening hours

None of his entrepreneurial skills
trumped his noticeable parental powers

Every one loved Jonesie for his generous, considerate way

Savior he served your will, loved
your people and so we know he’s with you today

 

 

 

 

 

Same poem
new acrostic highlighted

 

 

 

In Tribute To Euclid Carmen Jones

Trusted Old And Faithful Friend

 

In dark Times
and troubled days

Not many real
bonds were forged deserving of praise

Then came unusual
grace on April 5, 1916

Resembling
a
sincere, kind spirit who as an early teen

In hope to
assis
t with finance he left St. Davis School early 

Boarded
Hall Polic
e Station gave him a job as one to
work as a handy

Ultimately
he taste
d his first kind of shop keeping skills

Taking on
management
Of de renowned merchant’s shops ready
with frills

Enlisted in
the Navy, Wor
ld War II had given international
mêlée

Turbulence
in towns who abide
d fervently peaceful each day

On
returning home and re
Aching safely, recalling his tennis from
then

Exploits on
the courts as te
nnis playing was a talent and he beat
many men

Unions were
great and after
driving taxi for years there were
many

Courted his
small darling Olga
From then and on Dec 20. 1947,
matrimony

Lived in Westbury Road just
at
a modestly short distance away

Is Eagle
Hall where he did establ
ish Jones Bar and Grocery one day

Did but inclined
to sea life he firs
t became Donkeyman in the Harrison’s Line

Coal
shoveling and loading kept the
heat and steam and engine running
fine

All of five
years on the “Invincible” o
ffered him a place

Regular
meals and pay but he later ret
urned home to embrace

More family
life in a place where he cou
ld have a more fixed abode

Enjoy home raising
a family and not the li
Fe “on the road”

No more
travels to far off lands India,
Af
rica, South America and
more

Jones quickly became a household name and in his every door

Obliged
customers were appreciative for ext
ended opening hours

None of his
entrepreneurial skills trumped his
noticeable parental powers

Every one
loved
Jonesie for his generous, considerate way

Savior he
served your will, loved your people and so we know he’s with you today

 

See
This Sympathy Card

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Same poem
new acrostic highlights

 

 

 

In Tribute To Euclid
Carmen Jones

Trusted Old And Faithful Friends

His Wife and Kids

 

In dark times and troubled
days

Not many real bonds were
forged deserving of praise

Then came unusual grace on
April 5, 1916

Resembling a sincere, kind
spirit who as an early teen

In Hope
to ass
ist With finance he left St. Davis School early 

Boarded Hall POlice Station gave him a job as
one to work as a handy

Ultimately he tasted His
first
Kind of shop keeping skills

Taking on managemEnt of de renowned merchant’s shops ready with frills

Enlisted in the Navy, WOrld War II had given international mêlée

TuRbulence in towns who abided fervently peaceful each
day

On returning hoMe and reaching safely, recalling his tennis from then

Exploits oN the courts as tennis playing was a
talent and he beat many men

Unions were great And after driving taxi
for years th
ere were many

Courted his smAll darling Olga from then and on Dec 20.
1947, matrimony

Lived in Westbury Road Just at a modestly short distance away

Is EaGle Hall where he did establish Jones Bar
and Gro
cery one day

Did but inClined to sea life he first became Donkeyman in the Harrison’s Line

Coal shoveling and loading
kept the heat and steam and engine running fine

All of five years on the
“Invincible” offered him a place

Regular meals and pay but he
later returned home to embrace

More family life in a place
where he could have a more fixed abode

Enjoy home raising a family and
not the life “on the road”

No more travels to far off
lands India, Africa, South America and more

Jones quickly became a household name and in
his every door

Obliged customers were appreciative
for extended opening hours

None of his entrepreneurial
skills trumped his noticeable parental powers

Every one loved Jonesie
for his
generous, considerate way

Savior he served your will,
loved your people and so we know he’s with you today

 

See
This Sympathy Card

 

Tribute To Uncle Gordon

Posted: March 26, 2010 in Tributes

He was a small frail man who lived on a little hill. I never knew enough about Uncle Gordon but the few memories that I have of him are vivid and the things he left behind memorable. On thing I do know of him is that he always welcomed a visit and was very genuinely grateful for what little things we gave him. One does not have to be of means to give generously, uncle Gordon gave with abundance. Our Deepest Sympathy to the Family and Friends of Gordon Haynes Stanford who died peacefully at the QEH on March 21, 2010 at age 84

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Tribute To Uncle Gordon

 

Today we bid farewell but he leaves behind

Real and tangible legacies of unusual kind

I see in my mind’s eye the hat stand

Brightly varnished picture frames made by his hand

Under Joan’s roof was a remarkable hand rail

There are many chairs and each one tells my uncle’s tale

Even though small in frame he was bursting in energy

 

Took great pride in being a Joiner and worked
relentlessly

Odd times you might find him when he was at play

 

Uncle Gordon loved the English styled flute and in his
way

Never stopped making a joyful noise

Created flutes from paw paw shanks as musical toys

Loved to be a free spirit and believed in human rights

Expressed himself artistically and freely flew his kites

 

Gordon had long ago found an extraordinary thirst

On Yule Tide he lit up his house, he was amongst the
first

Reading the Bible wasn’t his practice yet he loved to
hear

Daily verses read on the radio and from me when I was
there

On the hill this welcoming and grateful man always waved
good-bye

Now he can’t, I’ll wave, his legacies and spirit shall never
die

 

Card
with our Deepest Sympathy

From The Johnson
Family

 

 

By
Khaidji

BajanPoetry.com

 

And She Whispered Hello

Posted: March 25, 2010 in Tenderly

I had another great meeting from a friend long ago. Since I started Facebook, I have reconnected with many people through it. I had avoided the risk of cyber-violence and stalkers by staying away. I see the inherent dangers of letting your self become so available to so many friends and would be friends and so I walk on egg shells. The fact is, many of the in your face friends are equally as deceitful

 

And She Whispered Hello

 

A friend whispered hello today

Not a familiar voice but she said it’s okay

David’s sister, I remembered her

 

She was a pretty, long curly hair girl but most was a blur

Her brief visits caught many an eye and smiles made schoolboys weak

Even though I was good with the family we would never speak

 

We kept a comfortable distance but now we spoke freely

Her demeanor was as lovable as her outward beauty

It was a long catching up conversation though David told me

Some of the stuff she would never boast of, from humility

PhDs not just one but two

Excelled in everything she strived to do

Recently I’ve been meeting old friends on Facebook

Encouraged by a friend from Germany I thought to look

Didn’t expect the numbers to be so great

 

Had no idea the many reunions and the friendships to create

Every connection seems to pass on others and more

Lots of faces and news faces and tomorrow an encore

Life confined from the world was a drag, with no where to go

Only now a distant friend called And She Whispered Hello

 

 

 

I Blame It On Starcom

Posted: March 24, 2010 in Radio Talk Shows

The following is a poem written from the inspiration of the Market Vendor’s column in the daily Nation Newspaper with a similar title. Recently there was a cry out that the media has to assume the responsibility for the levels of crime and immorality in Barbados. I do believe that radio and television play a very pivotal role in shaping the mind of many but, it’s the “which comes first, the chicken of the egg” all over again. If the listeners turn off and show their intolerance of radio or television, then the media houses can not persist.

 

I Blame It On Starcom

 

It came out snarling and bit her in the thigh

Brown pit-bull caught her listening to Gospel when she walked by

Lookout! he shouted but it was too late

A car hit the woman while the driver was listening to OCM news at eight

Move over! he said in the bus while collecting the fare

Everybody squashed the schoolboy as LoveFM played in the air

I heard “Gimme it!” but the woman wouldn’t obey

They say she was listening to VOB Brasstacks and the crook blew her away

One minute, I pon de phone, I just get through

Now woman, I want dinner! “Tell it like it is” will come on tomorrow too

So much noise in the bus stand from the young boy’s boom box

The boy should turn off that noisy HottFM and maybe listen to Fox

All that traffic on mornings is people waiting to hear

Radio comedian Market Vendor, pon the roads everywhere

Cockle doodle doo show does wake people up from bed

Or perk them up on mornings when they’d rather be dowdy instead

Morals dwindling away and there is growth in criminality

      I Blame It On Starcom, it is their responsibility!

 

 

 

 

Today is the first day since the vote in Congress for the Health care Reform Bill in America. It is far too long a Bill to attempt to summarize it in this short acrostic. What I have used here are the things that I will remember from the Bill. Again, I have been fortunate to witness a very Historic event and hope to share it with many of readers.

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This Is What Change Looks Like

 

Thanks to past generations who brought us here

Heroic efforts made it possible for us to get Health
Care

It took current Members of Congress to pass the final
vote

Some 219 brave men and women who today wrote

Into History a Reform Bill that will help many

So many previous Americans who couldn’t get any

With all the preconditions, job status, the disenfranchised

Hospitals refusing care because treatment was privatized

All this now controlled so none is turned away

Treatment assured because all can afford Healthcare
today

Coverage is not denied because of conditions that
pre-exist

Healthcare through your employer is good so you may keep
this

And no longer will you have those unexpected spikes

No Insurance Company can target you for premium hikes

Government may even give you a tax credit

Every uninsured person will be insured, the Government
will see to it

Lots of tax credits to Small Businesses to insure
employees

Owners of these businesses now have a greater tax ease

Our kids can stay on our insurance until they are 26

Kudos to President Barack Obama for adding this fix

Stupak was called “Baby Killer” although it was he

Leading anti-abortion clauses and the President EO
eventually

It guarantees no money in the Bill will be used for
abortions

Keeps the language precise to satisfy Pro-Life Americans

Exceptional transformations will occur and this is the
first strike

This Is What Change
Looks Like!

 

 

 

 

 

Happy Birthday And Bravo

Posted: March 22, 2010 in Best Wishes

Today I celebrate the birthday of my cousin and as I was posting my wishes I learned that there is another Birthday I want to take note of. Although I have yet met him, he is the father of precious addition to our family who was born last year in October. There is no responsibility as important as raising a child and many religions emphasize just how important this is. But the job is made so easy when there is love and God is love. Keep smiling, a smile can bring the most beautiful changes!

 

Happy Birthday And Bravo

 

A lot has happened since the last year

Lots of new people with whom you share

Ember who now links you with us all

‘Xtended family and most you can bare recall

But know this, like the canvas here

Lots of change can lead you to somewhere

A lot better than you had intended with an eternal smile

Destined to bring pleasure for more than a while

Enjoy the changes you’ve encountered along the way

Show a Mona Lisa smile and have a Happy Birthday!

 

Please see your Birthday Card!