Thanks Jim & Jamie Dutcher for permission to use photo of Lakota.

Monday, April 26, 2004

Marched to Save Women's Lives


It was an amazing experience yesterday! I was one of about 800,000 people that marched to Save Women's Lives in Washington D.C. and I am so glad to have been a part of the demonstration. According to the police, this is the LARGEST demonstration in history to date for ANY subject. If I offend anyone, that is not my intention. I want to keep what is mine (my body) and help others to keep what is theirs. Also, I do not know where any of you stand on the issue, but I know I love YOU for who you are and I can only hope to receive the same in return. No judgemnet passed! I simply am sharing an experience and a powerful one at that! Here were some of my favorite slogans yesterday one of the most disturbing as well.

"Terminate Presidency - Abort Bush"
"My Bush is Pro-Choice"
"I want to control your uterus." (This was a man wearing a mask holding a sign and I ask, who is the terrorist in this group?)

Our crew went down with the Empire State Pride Agenda bus and we were one big happy family! They rock!

My production team and I wore t-shirts that created a little buzz about Icarus Fool and we passed out postcards. Our slogan, Help remove the Scarlet A...based on the true story of a teenager who self-induces a miscarriage even though abortion IS legal. Our website is up however, it needs a lot of changes and they are being worked on. Anyway, you can check it out but, remember, it's getting a complete makeover.

Remember to vote! There have been over 200 abortion laws changed since Bush has been in office. We are one seat away on the Supreme Court to eliminating Roe vs. Wade if he is elected into office again. I fear Bush! And, I love life!


Copyright © 2009 Alyssa Polacsek, Lakota Films, LLC

Friday, January 16, 2004

Porcelain Doll - Lyrics Only

Porcelain doll with a broken smile
Friend of mine
Sits on a shelf staring vacantly
Not empty

She fears oblivion
She fears chaos and rage
She fears someone broke her smile
Someone broke her smile

Prozac withered tears
Stolen breath delivers night
Drowned a cause (Caressed the light)
Singed the hem of her skirt

She screams of anguish
She screams hell pain
She screams someone broke her smile
Someone stole her smile

Vodka martini (extra dry please)
Coats the blues
Panicked pants strain to break free
Releasing the caged bird that sings

She cries her secrets
She cries nursery rhymes
She cries someone broke her smile
Someone broke her smile

Steals a moment from death (Cheats the world)
Grasping at words on a page
Words on a page emerge from her scars
Not porcelain skin

She’s not a porcelain doll

She dreams of chance
She dreams enlightenment
She dreams of prayer
Speak softly her name

The absurdity
Of the idea of a god
Protecting the soul
Of a madman
Of a madwoman
In love
An idea.

Copyright © 2004 Alyssa Polacsek, Lakota Films, LLC

Monday, January 5, 2004

Harley - 15 Years!

For those of you who don't know, my cat Harley has been sick the last few weeks and he finally decided it was time to sleep peacefully. He was 15 years old and he was a true gentleman. He would stand back and let the ladies eat first. He would wait patiently for the stroke of a hand. Now, he is running in the grass with Bubba, Witchy, Houdini & Cody...chasing field mice and swatting at bugs and butterflies...lounging lazily in the sunshine...climbing trees and playing. That is the vision I provided him. Quinn, Thumper and Gizmo and myself and everyone else will miss him. We had some quality time together these last few weeks. Here's to Harley!

Love and peace!

Copyright © 2009 Alyssa Polacsek, Lakota Films, LLC & Natural Child Blog