Monthly Archives: August 2012

Empty Chair

I argue with an empty chair And people say I’m not all there Clint Eastwood does it on TV And…whoa. Okay, I guess I see.

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Clogged Tubes

The internet is slow tonight Which makes it hard for me to write In such a way my words are read Beyond the table by my bed, Not that that’s important, since, Like me, most folks are on the fence … Continue reading

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Tiny Blossoms

Itsy-bitsy pretty petals Glittering like precious metals Greet the daylight on my lawn I sniff, I sneeze, and poof! They’re gone.

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Denial

Not the case. You’re way off base. It isn’t true, I’m telling you. Don’t pretend That summer’s end Approaches. Don’t. It can’t. It won’t. Go back to school? Like fun! The rule Is, Summer stays ‘Til Labor Day’s Been celebrated. … Continue reading

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Dead Tired

Oversleeping’s not a crime. In fact, I must admit that I’m An advocate of sleeping late: If dreams are streaming, work can wait. Ostensibly, the reason for My sloth is sleep: I need some more. I wonder, though, if it’s … Continue reading

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Ironicafé

Ironic twist of café fate To which we Caffeinates relate: They need their morning java worst Who can’t brew without coffee first!

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Eastbound

Dark and cold and slightly queasy Squeakcars shaking side-to-side Amtrak Coach in daylight’s easy Nighttime is a bumpy ride

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