Thursday, March 28, 2019

Dean Martin's dreams

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Hey pallies, one of the totally totally thrillin' parts of seekin' 'n searchin' out Dino-devotion all over the ol' world wide web is the marvelous marvelous many and very very varied wonderful wonderful ways that our most most beloved Dino gets hugely homaged each and every Dino-day, of each and every Dino-month, of each and every Dino-year.  Likes as we so so often sez, we just never ever know when, where, and how our King of Cool will turn up next on the 'net.

Likes today we takes youse to the swank scriber site tagged "The Obsequious Pen" part of a larger pad tagged, "THIRTY-THIRD WHEEL" created and edited  by Miss A. Dawn Pica, who is also the wonderful writer of the powerful poem below that accents our one and only Dino.  To learn more 'bout Miss Pica, simply clicks the link  HERE.

The particular poem is titled "Recline."   We gotta 'fess up that more often then not we don't understand, likes 'specially modern poetry, when we read it.  But, likes even if we ain't quite sure how our Dino fits into what appears to us as random words and phrases, we still coolly celebrate that yet in 'nother ubber unique way our Dino is bein' lovin'ly lifted up and chosen for reverent remembrance.

So, we sez our thank you very much to poetress A Dawn Pica for includin' our most beloved Dino in her poetic prowess!.  Likes one knows that each and every delightful Dino-mention will keeps the Dino-light glowin' 'n growin' ever ever Dino-brighter. To checks this  out in it's original source and to read more of Miss Pica's poetry,  likes simply clicks on the tag of this Dino-gram.

We Remain

Yours In Dino,

Dino Martin Peters

Poetry by A. Dawn is featured for this week’s “The Obsequious Pen.” A. Dawn has been writing poetry since she was eleven-years-old, typing on her teal blue plastic typewriter.  She is inspired by the seemingly mundane in life. Consequently, she feels poetry is a vehicle for condensing all of the random information in her brain into something solid, humorous, and sometimes beautiful.

I’m a poet of words
Lacking sympathy
For the empathy
Making face for lemon twist
Gin martinis without
The olive skins
He abandoned his Italian roots
For La Dolce Vita.
I’m a broad,
But not a lady,
I’m too blunt for
Avanti cigars cut clogged
Fumes spit
Hint of lipstick
Pressed idle on
Repeat play
Jukebox 45s,
I’ve heard their wayward
Beach Boy
1,000 times before and
They are always wrong.

I’m an artist of vision
Cheap huffing glue wisdom,
Abstract concepts
Clear through packaging tape
And happy trees
Are father’s legacy
Long lived
Dean Martin’s dreams
I’ve never full
Filled flask
Coal speaking dialects,
Broken baseball player
I’ve never understood
Why Chick’s Diner coffee
Without sugar
Is not coffee at all?
Without all of that Dollar store
Make up
I am nothing, but
Cleaning house.
Solitaire is my favorite past time.
Please, hand me the remote.
And stop feeling sorry for yourself.


Danny G. said...

Wow! This Dawn is one deep chicalina, pallies! Haha!! Hey...I'm not sure if it's good or bad, but...either way...I totally digs the droppin' of the Dino name! Cool stuff!

dino martin peters said...

Hey pallie, likes Danny-o, likes our Dino crooned "Dream A Little Dream Of Me" as only our Dino could and we find ourselves Dino-dreamin' all of the time, so we are goin' to take Miss Dawn's Dino-thoughts to be perfectoly positive! Keeps lovin' 'n sharin' our one, our only DINO!

BlueisCoool said...

I have to join the club in saying I don't know very much about poetry or claim to really understand it but I did find myself enjoying this. I don't know how much poetry includes Dean Martin and this mite be the first or one of only a few so this makes it extra special. A great and very rare find DMP!

Have a great Friday.


dino martin peters said...

Hey pallie, likes Scotty-o, always such pure pleasure to have you coolly chime in with your Dino-thoughts. Of the course of years here at ilovedinomartin we have had the deep Dino-delight of sharin' a number of poets who have homaged our Dino with their poems. Keeps lovin' 'n learnin' Dino-style!