Just think of all that you’ve seen And experienced Even forgotten Throughout your Life.
Not just the Big Things. The tiny Seemingly insignificant things too. Those various TV quizzes Soaps, sitcoms, adverts What would Aliens think?
Remember the savoury smell of freshly cut grass Baking bread And toilets! Coffee as well.
See every detail of your table – Strewn with papers Objects Mobile, wallet, medications, books…
Count those leaves on that tree Stalks of grass Grains of sand on a beach Stars in the sky.
Remember all the people You have met Or seen Or heard or read about. From the rowdy To the silent ones. From Good to Evil. I could go on… But.
Who knows what our Subconscious Id Has stored away In the caverns of our minds?
Things that are with us always Right until we Die. And what happens to them then? A whole universe of things. Do they vanish In a “pool of tears”? Or are they somehow resurrected Somewhere in Heaven? We can only Hope…
Life in front of a TV screen Isn't a good place to be Blowing up like a balloon, Your life slips away too soon With eyes glazing over And days growing somber What are you living for? Reality shows? ****? There's no wake-up call In that screen in the wall Telling you to get up And start living.
Between the envelope and gondola I'm lighter-than-air. Montgolfier-style? Not really. I ascend as a prayer with his eyes wide shut, timid in the feel for heaven. Speaking of heaven, some say it's no longer a gated community, but the association fees have doubled. Really I float like a Yost, flaming onboard for the photo shoot. The morning pass is for the kids with spending power. The noon move, and media darling, catches the Comic-Con crowd just stumbling out of a parent's basement. The night drift, drink in hand, mimics the trigger man who got his days confused from too much killjoy. Laissez-passer both giveth and taketh away -- there is no immunity in the sky, no amnesty to assign my crimes to. I'm just your smiley actor on the Netflix trail. You love me for a season or until my balloon gets popped. Whichever comes first.
When I died, I arrived in Hell and there was a lesson that I quickly learned. Satan is using a new kind of torture, people are no longer being burned. It's a rotten, terrible and cruel thing for Satan to do. Now he tortures people by forcing them to watch the new Doctor Who. I did some really bad things while I was on Earth and now I'm in Hell because of what I did. I'm being forced to watch the new Doctor Who and I can't look away or even close my eyelids. I've always known that Adolf ****** was evil but I was wrong when I thought that he's tough. He screams like a little ***** as he watches the new Doctor Who TV show, it's pretty rough. While I was on Earth, I was a liar, a thief and a despicable ****. Now I'd do anything if I could receive a blindfold and earplugs. As I'm being forced to watch the new Doctor Who, I scream and cry. I didn't know that such a bad thing could happen when a person dies. I'll tell people on Earth how to avoid my fate instead of just giving them a hint. They'd better be on their very best behavior because Hell has a new torment.
While I was driving a Monster Truck, I ran over Mister Ed. I accidentally ran over that talking horse and now he's dead. Mister Ed said "F* you" to me with his final breath. Millions of people are upset because of his death.
That horse let out a smelly **** before he died. When his owner saw what happened, he cried. Wilbur Post called Peta and that got me in a lot of trouble. I was sued and the only lawyer I could afford was Barney Rubble.
I lost the lawsuit because Barney is stupid because he's from the Stone Age. When I couldn't pay Wilbur ten million bucks, the cops locked me in a cage. Please listen to my advice or you may go to jail and your spouse will get a divorce. If you ever drive a Monster Truck, you'd better not run over somebody's talking horse.
He starred in 'Wonder Woman' as Steve Trevor. Sadly, he passed away and he's gone forever. He guest starred in 'Charlie's Angels' and 'The Love Boat'. He also guest starred in 'Happy Days' and '******, She Wrote'.
He made guest appearances as himself in 'The Golden Girls' and 'That '70s Show'. He also came close to being Batman and millions of people hated to see him go. He starred in 'The Carol Burnett Show' and this man had style. He died in March of 2020 and we have to say goodbye to Lyle.
DEDICATED TO LYLE WAGGONER (1935-2020) WHO DIED ON MARCH 17, 2020.
Wouldn’t it be something If we could view our past On TV on demand What episodes would Be your favorite to rewind? Or fast forward to get thru quick What would your guide read like? First day of school tonight at 8:00 High school graduation stay up late Wedding day three part mini series Honeymoon-rated R our eyes only Reunion dinner laughter and joy Grandmas funeral no rewind please How would the reviews be? Would you get five stars Or just two Would you get renewed like most bad shows Or cancelled like all the good ones do