Monthly Archives: March 2011

Perfect Poet’s Pizza Crust

Jingle’s Perfect Poet? Whoa! Let’s celebrate with pizza dough! I haven’t tried this recipe As yet, but it looks good to me. I got it from a commenter On Runner’s World’s site, who’s sure His version of an easy crust … Continue reading

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In the Underbridge (Part IV)

(Continued from Part III) “So, what should I wish for?” asked Fletcher. “A pony?” “Where would it live?” “In my room!” “That’s baloney!” Elena reminded him, “Mommy would make you Take care of it. How many days would it take … Continue reading

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In the Underbridge (Part III)

(Continued from Part II) “Whoa, wait, you what?” Fletcher tried not to squeak As he spoke, standing, trembling, shin-deep in the creek. “Who said that?” Elena asked, combing her hair With her fingers to weed out the vomitus there. “Three … Continue reading

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In the Underbridge (Part II)

(Continued from Part I) For as long as they’d lived there, the children had played In the Underbridge. It was a magical glade Full of fairies and cupcakes, or dragons and Jell-O, Respectively, for the young maiden and fellow. No … Continue reading

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Going Home

A journey of a thousand miles Begins with one full tank And ends with muddy prints in piles And two wet pets to thank

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In the Underbridge (Part I)

Spectacular day! Sky of blue! Clouds of white! But a squirrel had arced a transformer last night So the power was out on that whole side of  town. Even cellphones were dead ’cause their towers were down. And the cable? … Continue reading

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Just Good Advice

Never bring a spoon to a knife fight Unless you also bring a knife A fork could be good In certain situations But a spoon is of limited utility Unless it’s very heavy Or you’ll be going for soup Later

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