Thursday, December 30, 2010

New Year Holiday Rain

Aloha poets,
     Holiday rain inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Drumbeating Umbrellas

In scientific boredom a light emitter messages send
Electricity extraction, photosynthetic plants bend
Headwinds wind down as this Christmas fades
Threatens to hamper new year upcoming accolades

Hospital walls show the first signs of healing
War trauma in the field finally hit the ceiling
Get into fights for a neglected family gone
Teeming to team up, now the hunt is on

The dream act is something that won't go away
Ducks hatching plans holding hatchets at bay
Early sign of healing hampers recovery's arrival
Dream act holds dear our culture survival

A droopy face in the audience is just too much
Declines continue into the spring for all to touch
Dreary diversion of excitement brings a drama
Boring triggers the thrill if a bigger trauma

Education a serious subject for scientific enquiry
Economy downward drift remains a little fiery
Enthusiastic boredom as family entertainment
Government holidays gain all entrainment

Expansion stays simple in the realm of gaming
Retail sales, exports, manufacturing for blaming
Jazz it up a little, squeeze out another foreigner
Dream Act death? America the mourner

copyright 12.30.10
patrick d.adams
all rights reserved

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Monday, December 27, 2010

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Friday, December 24, 2010

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Monday, December 20, 2010

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Friday, December 17, 2010

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Sleepy Kitten Cloud

Aloha poets,
     Can you see a sleepy kitten in these clouds?
Inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Christmas Chiasmas

Repeated thankfulness is Christmas re-versed
A clear cool message takes no rhetoric rehearsed
Justice departments of love seek to join no lawsuit
America as a power for the good gives the true hoot

The word sword cuts to play both ways
Can have you backwards in a swing and sways
A first salvo sets out to try to remedy that
Substantial traditions exhibit accessories a fat cat

Sword is the ghost writer of words in destiny
Necessary ambiguity betokens manifest festivity
Inspiration's slinking arrival is prolific
Politics slithers to finesse the scientific

Willful indistinctness is an old crudge mudgeon
A fool's chore rides wild within its dungeon
Modern apostle is a book manifest
Destiny's pragmatism the dusty test

Policymakers, evangelists gather on the screen
Instruct for industriousness sight unseen
Distastes for the rarefied refries in beans
In selections of examples of what it all means

Indebtor inheritors collect tools to split atoms, words
Curated exhibits poise the expressive v shards
The Artless Effect brings us all back to a beginning
Christmas chiasmas seek everyone winning

copyright 12.16.10
patrick d.adams
all rights reserved

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Monday, December 13, 2010

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Friday, December 10, 2010

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Rainbow Palm

Aloha poets,
     Rainbow palm inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Oppression Nostalgia

Extinct era drifts off into suffering past
The point of no stops could never last
Beyond the rings of the hammer logo
Sculptor garden sings of age long ago

Reminders of suffering as transition
Off to capitalism into a new rendition
Oppression memorabilia gestures slow
A job and something to eat in the snow

Likeness of icons deemed once a hero
Glimpses socialism set back at a zero
The young look at faults of the system
Older folk look back in history wisdom

Once the state owned the factory all
Only a rummage sale now to recall
What beast enhance socialist past?
Dust gathers to auction at the last

To view the purge as an old idea
On cue the urge tethered a fear
Socialism ghost drifts as symbol
Coastal nostalgia a gift so nimble

Secret police, old brick warehouse
The light of day for a memory douse
Nostalgia for parents, saw it their way
Only now comes as burden, children play

Central planning yes, it had its heyday
Socialism coalition swooped to sway
Old dusty ghosts come out to play
Oppression nostalgia drifts away

copyright 12.9.10
patrick d.adams
all rights reserved

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Monday, December 6, 2010

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Tropical Winter

Aloha poets,
     Cool tropical winter inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Tumultuous Luminous

Friday, December 3, 2010

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Wednesday, December 1, 2010


Aloha Poets,
     Waterfall inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Monday, November 29, 2010

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Diversity Shadow

Aloha poets,
     Seasonal shadows between black friday and cyber monday
inspire today's poetry. Enjoy!

Merger's Surge Lances Alliance

Competition extinction law goes into effect
Doctors and hospitals join collusion wreck
Allegiance to allergy as a cost-saving bonus
Stint on care now becomes new patient onus

Care organizations soon accountable to be
Writing regulations to govern new entity
Clinical cooperation be a benefit or bust?
Or new need to enforce old laws antitrust

Join forces to share old costs with saving
Earn government bonus as money raving
Joint venture alliances health care industry
Dominant health provider, insurer so busy

Future care insurer exercises market power
Hospital clinic doctor groups in ivory tower
Tight-knit organization of accountable care
Leashes competition to bark into the thin air

Fragmented systems harbor safe cooperation?
Joint ventures merge old laws chafe corporation
A future of petulant health or fraudulent billing?
Monopolizes hot, competitiveness cools chilling

copyright 11.28.10
patrick d.adams
all rights reserved

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Friday, November 26, 2010

Holiday Tropical

Aloha poets,
     Tropical textures of the holiday season inspire today. Enjoy!

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Thanksgiving Cool

Aloha poets,
     Holiday thanksgiving season tropical cool inspires today. Enjoy!

Monday, November 22, 2010

Holiday Splash

Aloha poets,
     Holiday splash inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Splashy Tropical

Aloha poets,
     Splashy tropical thanksgiving colors of holiday season
inspire today's poetry. Enjoy!

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Shadowy Reflection

Aloha poets,
     Shadow of sparkle appears in reflection, inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Wilting Writing

Women grasp a lifeline all business workplace
Fight to ignore all but buckled without a trace
Viability a visibility as distant candle tantalize
To admit it needs a rescue only for your eyes

Losses on sour values seem just to drift off
Underdog is in talks with a bark and cough
Video makes us all veterans before our time
Sufficient firepower in smiles of the sublime

Inevitable sovereignty these women in sway
Forms of external assistance all had their say
Pivotal points engulf a nulling in voting out
Amidst regime grime, beauty wins the shout

Technology runs to lead the charge to push
Tea party with crumpets no bird in the bush
Hazards place separate, people hang shingle
The already cool step out strong and single

Counting it up from here may take a while
The science of winning starts with a smile
Wilting writing may be anything but loud
Women in politics, rights turn it up proud

copyright 11.19.10
patrick d.adams
all rights reserved

Friday, November 19, 2010

Mexican Palm Shadow

Aloha poets,
     Mexican palm shadow inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Design Tropical

Aloha poets,
     Cool tropical design of the holiday Thanksgiving season inspire
today's poetry. Enjoy!

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Morning Tropical

Aloha poets,
     Morning tropical design inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Year Long Yearling

Natural competitiveness yearns to be heard
Long half life of the game separates the herd
Exceptional independent, the love to compete
Monopoly tendency lays to wait at earth's feet

Depend on a network the business way
The book of brands flash their fancy say
Incumbent meander as dictator and such
Product value rises as most love it so much

Size and convenience the name of the game?
The bigger the faster the best for all the same?
Wills to innovate is true America song yearning
Inventions compete as our own yearlong yearling

copyright 11.16.10
patrick d.adams
all rights reserved

Monday, November 15, 2010

Tropical Shadows

Aloha poets,
     Tropical shadows inspire today's poetry. Enjoy!

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Friday, November 12, 2010

Tropical Green

Aloha poets,
     Green tropical inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Animation Water

Aloha poets,
     Animation of water by gravity inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Cool Waterfall

Aloha poets,
      Cool waterfall inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Monday, November 8, 2010

Industrial Cartoon

Aloha poets,
     Holiday shadows depict cartoon face in industrial texture.
Inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Water Window

Aloha poets,
     Morning shadows offer a tropical water window, inspire today's
poetry. Enjoy!

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Friday, November 5, 2010

Thursday, November 4, 2010

The Nervousness

On Service Learning

College is always somewhere, taking the form of nervous thoughts, of ever graduating, of coming and going, but today nervousness hinges on the idea of service learning. Sometimes the nervousness makes a little announcement about my forty-three years (as if there were some time limit on learning), then goes quietly away. There are times when it attaches itself in the form of extra credit work, my college psychology class project at the state mental rehabilitation hospital, the place I now go quietly. On this particular day, the nervousness travels the whole trip with me, actually, with me and my classmate. We go for three hours every Thursday to assist women patients who are up for being discharged; we do their makeup, hair styling--whatever-- to raise their self-esteem to a state of noticeability (yes, maybe even nobility). This is the state where my nervousness normally subsides; we do our three hours--hugs all around--and leave.
     I see the look on the security guard's face on my way out. He signals.
     I get on the phone and squeeze tight. It's Raeanne, the hospital activities coordinator. She says,“I’m sorry to ask you, but can you do a special favor for me?" 
  “Sure, I’d be happy to.” I'm feeling extra relaxed having spent time with the ladies.
     "Pat, we’re shorthanded here, and a male patient is asking to be taken to the store to buy some jeans. He’s insistent. Would you be able to take him to the Penney’s store in Sedro Woolley this afternoon?”
"Sure you won’t mind?”   
"Mind? Reanne, should I?”
     “Well, we haven't had him outside the hospital, ever. I'd rather give him to you than trust him with our security."
     "Penny's store in Sedro Woolley would mean undercover officers, they would have security," I think.
"The trip into town only takes about ten minutes. Don't you 
believe we should let him do some things on his own?"
"Oh, I'm sure there are many things he can do on his own. It's 
only, well it's a little late in the day, and my home in Oak Harbor 
drifts further as the sun sinks. My husband will be home by four, 
yes, I think he said four."
  “Well, we want our patients here to do things on their own, and it'll only take ten minutes, and, well I can't thank you enough.”
     “Yes, the ten minutes that will take an hour," I think. This taxi cab will get him to town and plunk him safely back in the hospital in a matter of minutes, another satisfied customer from J.C. Penny. He won’t even know what hit him. Am I missing something here? Yes, I will come to my senses and do this for her.
     “Great, I knew I had the right person,” Reanne says, "I'm so relieved."

copyright 11.04.11
smokey road publishing
all rights reserved

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Thanksgiving Rain

Aloha poets,
     Colors of tropical holiday season emerge in the rain as we
approach Thanksgiving, inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Rainforest Industrial

Aloha poets,
     Rainforest tastes and industrial design inspire today's poetry. Enjoy!

Zero Luck

Code over-valued is a spending growth leader
Simply add a value to be a customer bleeder
Brainwashers like talking of only one thing
Ideologists add tongue twisters just for bling

A chance to be a hero if you go by the book
Meeting for muffins gets you a certain look
Chilean miners who jump out into the light
Say of minders, "We're no halloween fright"

Things that matter are always still right here
Chance to be a hero is no chance for a beer
Literature ponders history's fancy showing
Music and mystery keeps a heart glowing

Support an ideology with a ring of a bell
Keep a constant cool to maintain clientele
Babies, puppies, plucky children and kids
Strongly veiled virginal look offers its bids

Teasing is inappropriate when you're all in
Serious look is better than a tonic or a gin
A detonation mechanism or a happy duck?
Smiles on your face always trump zero luck

copyright 11.02.10
patrick d.adams
all right reserved

Monday, November 1, 2010

Water Aliens

Aloha poets,
     Can you see alien creatures in the waterfall?
Inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Sunday, October 31, 2010

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Friday, October 29, 2010

Morning Tropical Ghosts

Aloha poets,
     Mists rise a morning's dark tropical hues of halloween season
 Hawaii. Inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Pumpkin Rain

Aloha poets,
     Halloween pumpkin hues mix tropical rainforest blue in Hawaii
halloween season, inspire today's poetry. Enjoy!

Collaboration Collarbone

Vast majority of America wants a response
Downsized government upon a time once
Races tighten to slow against the spread
Key constituencies want what's said

To know right away who you are
Brett farve favors being the star
Little voices just do come out
Congress scream and shout

Apparent desire votes in
Sharp internal debate
Trade or education
Needs not spin

Signals clear
Waits some
For a final 

copyright 10.27.10
patrick d. adams
all rights reserved

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Hawaii Landscape

Aloha poets,
     Cool tropical Hawaii landscape in halloween season inspires today.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Tropical Garden

Aloha poets,
     Tropical garden inspires today. Enjoy!

Monday, October 25, 2010

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Blue Ghosts Go Green

Aloha poets, 
     Blue "ghosts" appear to rise against green tropical design in Hawaii
halloween season; inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Story the Jewel

Shadow fears itself into its own miracle
Story tears you off shelf down to spiritual
To live in your own fire is sizzle of love
Clear and free swings to rise above

Ruminations eclectic's no erudite poem
Write what you like, won't leave you alone
Share a reader's consciousness digressive
Campaign childfree the artful suggestive

Hands of the breeze guide so gentle
Smoking gardens steam so mental
Event's consequence, moments unfold
Story is detail, so I'm told

Speed and spectacle, vivid is now
Emotionally involved, writer's cash cow
To summarize story is talking to the wind
Events in reality, want you to join in

Pulse of narrative is where action begins
To want something beyond a tonic and gin
Condensed scene is where action is eating
Readers yearns for front row seating

Reader loves memory, where images live
A slice of love, crystal walls writers give
Some call it entertainment in diversity vest
You only know you gave story your best

copyright 10.22.10
patrick d.adams
all rights reserved

Friday, October 22, 2010

Halloween Waterfall

Aloha poets,
     Tropical waterfall in Hawaii halloween season inspires
today's poetry. Enjoy!

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Haunted Hawaiian

Aloha poets,
     Cool morning mist in the halloween season appear haunting,
inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Tropical Misty Spooky

Aloha poets,
     Spooky mist rises amidst tropical palms in Hawaii halloween season,
and inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Tropical Shadows

Aloha poets,
     Tropical shadows in Hawaii halloween season inspire today's poetry.

Monday, October 18, 2010

Rainforest Rocks

Aloha poets;
     Blue rainforest rocks and inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Cool Garden Chair

Aloha poets,
     Cool place to sit in tropical garden inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Spooky Rain Fruit

Aloha poets,
     Colors and figurines in tropical waters appear as rain fruit, inspire
today's tropical halloween season poetry. Enjoy!

A Future Transient Technique

Journeys extend into discovery's search of golden ages
Transit method waits for stars to slightly dim the pages
Something out there waits in ninety five megapixel winds
First of the new earth to emit carbon power heat shield bins

Ions super heat to interact with electron density solar clouds
Microwave variable plasma accelerates magneto shrouds
This they say is how we will travel away from earth
Turbo charge microwave oven technology's birth

Explore the flow of solar energy's architectural structure
Using proxy probes, charged particles, picture rupture
Critical clues circle earth each other on comet entry
Star wobble red-blue shift infra-red photo gentry

Solar corona mass ejections compounds on Saturn moon
Optical remote solar instrument space probes come soon
Infra red photo directs a laser into passing comet tails
Finds glycine amino acids on frozen hydrogen rails

Tiny molecules in the atmosphere used as ion engine
Xenon electrical field propel spaceships' new legend
Helio-seismic electric magnetic imager sees inside sun
Explores with flow of solar energy's remote sensor gun

copyright 10.16.10
patrick d.adams
all rights reserved

Friday, October 15, 2010

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Water Ghost

Aloha poets,
     Ghost appears to rise in this tropical halloween water torrent,
and inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Industrial Jungle Haze

Aloha poets,
     Hazy mix of industry architecture and rainforest jungle inspires
today's poetry.  Enjoy!

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Waterfall Halloween Ghost

Aloha poets,
     Can you see a ghost in the waterfall? Inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Monday, October 11, 2010

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Gree Creature Rock

Aloha poets,
     Can you see the green-back finned creature in the rock?
Inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Saturday, October 9, 2010

Tropical System

Aloha poets,
     Tropical hues of greens and blues with iconic shapes of tropic leaves
and water falling inspire today's poetry. Enjoy!

Friday, October 8, 2010

Tropical Rain River

Aloha poets,
     Tropical river in the rain inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Good Earth Rock

Aloha poets,
     Tropical soil and rock near waterfalls inspire today's poetry.  Enjoy!

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Monday, October 4, 2010

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Saturday, October 2, 2010

Hawaii Garden Beauty

Aloha poets,
     Hawaiian waterfall garden is a great tropical gardening idea, inspires today's
poetry and flash fiction. Enjoy!

Friday, October 1, 2010

Shadow Ghost

Aloha poets,
     Shadows appear as ghosts to inspire today's poem. Enjoy!

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Garden Rock Faces

Aloha poets,
     Can you see the small faces in the garden rock? Inspires today's poem. Enjoy!

Begrudgingly Bankrupt Giggles

Distant dust settles hazy old rivalries
Early globalizers utilized bold cavalries
Market push-ups rely on shrewd junctures
Longevity of tradition bad publicity punctures

By notables to be favored is a skill
Commodities penciled in for the kill
Corporate lineage tries not to interrupt
Proprietary byproducts of profit stir up

To fete anniversaries in a business is to polish
Uproot to reveal then take sides to demolish
So goes the business cycle amidst storm
Earlier antecedent ideas keep warm

Craftsmen trace lineage's competition
Company signature written on petition
Ongoing secrets in generation of tradition
Escape a system to secure a better condition

The first industrial surely may lay claim
Be the best accept over time the blame
Quality goes to market hopefully high
Court battle rage to blame the other guy

Who lays claim to such acrimonious past?
Did anyone think your product would last?
What about your hazy registry of a trademark
In jest you say your gadget will be the hallmark

Another anniversary of your business life
So proud you stand and such an active knife
Held your ground through warps and wiggles
Success begrudgingly befriends bankrupt giggles

copyright 9.29.10
patrick d.adams
all rights reserved

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Garden Cool Setting

Aloha poets,
     Cool place to sit in a garden inspires today's poem. Enjoy!

Camel Flag Camouflage

Amongst the shadows beyond its working reality
Emerges key thresholds once sunk below a sea
Uninhabitable islands embolden opposition
Last words of a rift a drifty disposition

Celebrate a holiday in a tumultuous year
Position your territory in new issues of fear
Heavy search sea lanes with so sign of easing
Targets goods outbound with no let up to teasing

Upend a campaign with rancor and power
Enrage a friend with wrinkles that sour
Move fresh a vessel in a water dispute
Future fight for real estate not so cute

Levy a property stand strong behind
Actions of confidence led by the blind
Import war rages to economic depression
Private sector hopeful cool heads in session

Uninhabited islands enter the insolvency brink
Brace for a counterattack watch shorelines blink
The fruit of the civilized is search and destroy
Heightened inspections of camouflaged toy

copyright 9.28.10
patrick d.adams
all rights reserved

Monday, September 27, 2010

Tropical Cool

Aloha poets,
     Cool water falls against a warm tropical setting, inspires today's poetry.

Reign Reignite

Systems in the shadows wait and yearn
As the flawed and old crumble to burn
Credibility counts as a vital to success
Ideology crosses continents in excess

Contentious dealings an achievement
Parts far-flung a world's bereavement
Union flaws may endure preservation
Tunes with claws not sure of the nation

Can system success rely on an ideology?
As elegant rooms remain in a messy orgy 
Central authority balances and then it checks
Spending beyond means have their own wrecks

Estates and winery may simply dump its debt
No one in charge asks, "Are we there yet?"
Grab a hand and put some energy into it
Banks buy debt to help out bit by bit

Will stomachs churn for want of much more?
Slides petrify and still knock at the door
To start then restart is a system failure?
Printing money to avoid the jailer

Borrow excessive beyond means
Is a life speculated as kings and queens
Privatization shuns and government buys
To appease the masses with their fears and eyes

Fear of default pushes bond yields wayup
Credibility hard won runs like a pup
Political pressures sway and bow
Central banks moo a cash cow

copyright 9.27.10
patrick d.adams
all rights reserved

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Friday, September 24, 2010

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Primordial Pattern


Aloha poets,
     Patterns of primordial forest inspires today's poetry. Enjoy!

Avalanche Available

Women with their empathy trump all of that bloodless sanity
Rationality all to good for its very own passionate vanity
New markers spawn a bloodletting of feelings and sorts
Expectations and elections take it finally in the shorts

Genes have had their input even in cellulosic bays
Imparting passion and wisdom along the ways?
Chaos with its cohorts needs a little coherence
Concepts in abstract practical disappearance

Approach tower of ivory in worry and fear
Go a little gaga to gain respect and a cheer
Shake off an attitude gain an ally in spirit
Business conventions ready to all hear it

Tone digital unsuspicious, colorblind
Celebrated irrational, a coded find
Never impatient for a reality new
Happy embraceable fantasy hue

Connections and tags inside end
Inspires with passion, calls a friend
To summon passion with elements able
Puts policy and rules of objects on the table

Becomes a true winner and stays not far from home
After networks and connections find wide worlds roam
Genetics with algorithm becomes the cool thing like bling
Avalanche available for myth and passion to finally bring

copyright 9.20.10
patrick d.adams
all rights reserved

Monday, September 20, 2010

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Sun Shadow Splash

Aloha poets,
     Sun shadows in waterfall splash inspires today. Enjoy!

Buy at a Sale to Sell to a Buyer

Can the business of banking be an emerging market?
Location, location, was once how they sparked it
Global regulation may step on a few toes
Retail networks now here, so it goes

Bilateral damage sticks inside chains of transactions
Pay rates on deposits go to customers in fractions
Charge a rate on loans at any discretionary writing
Golden Age of Observation now waits for infighting

Gains on investments in local lenders
Overseas offers border defenders
Explosion of offerings in local regions
Holds down a globe like vocal religion

Narrow net-interest margins a man thing?
Pace of expansion for new networks clang
Race of approval to license media
In case technology comes to need ya'

Public disclosure there on your screen
In search of action to make the world scream
The worst of a crisis surely succeeds
Published rules emerge after business bleeds

Data center reuse as a trade repository
A change of behavior now tells the whole story
To prevent a default shines a light not used to it
Center counterparties sell to buy, again, they do it

To build for the long term with branch networks small
Place yourself in between that and then play ball
Create a collapse and a sheer panic to boot
Recognize exposure to the big boys, then give a hoot

Transactions never settle if they're stuck in bilateral
Foreign-formed institutions get damaged with collateral
Build for the long term, stereotyping? set it small
Act as a buyer at a sale, turnaround, sell to all

copyright 9.19.10
patrick d. adams
all rights reserved

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Friday, September 17, 2010

Water Fashion

Aloha poets,
     Water and it's unique fashion inspires today. Enjoy!