Michael Bray

Author of A Time To Kill

The 90-Second Fool

In his Godless account of creation which is regularly pronounced on my otherwise enjoyable classical radio station (WGUC), Thane Maynard babbles his buffoonery about the origin and evolution of animals (i.e. creatures).   Like some gnostic making claims to special insider information on the origins of the world, he talks about what happen x-many millions of […]

A Pretty Little Thing

A pretty little thing And she could sing! Perking up peckers As she danced Down the street! Needs a fellow sweet On her to get a ring. Then she lost a tooth (Mercy me!) Forsooth! Oh what a fate How to get a date!?! Then again came that song Better than a bong. They came […]

Revival!

(Illegal Poetry) Abortuaries were burning Across the fruited plain! A soothing aroma ascending to heaven The angels were rejoicing Revival had come to God’s frozen A new era had dawned and people Were finally coming around. Glory! Sodomites and abortionists Were hanging in the public squares Of every city on gallowses! Then I awoke.  It […]

Bored and Abhorred

If you don’t want to be abhorred By the Lord Don’t be bored Doing nothing to stop the hordes From taking up swords Against the innocent ones Who don’t get the fun Of life on God’s earth Denied that birth And their imago Dei worth. Oh what a curse Upon those who first Lifted their […]

Cesarbech

You first heard it here.  “Why, I’m cesarbeching, dear!” It is my answer to my wife when she asks, as she does each day upon returning and finding me peacefully relaxing or busily tapping at my ‘puter:  “What did you do all day?” I answer, “The usual cesarbech of course.”   To which you (the […]

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