Monthly Archives: January 2013

Adultshould

Dealing with unpleasant things Yourself is what adulthood brings. The tax upon adulthood’s cost: Your right to duck what sucks is lost. That’s not to say we don’t still try. I shouldn’t speak for you, but I Still often need … Continue reading

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Jestin’ Time

Forever is too short by half To spend with friends who make you laugh

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In My Face

An omelet and some marzipan For supper…just because I can!

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bye-ku

muddy backyard hole one last time we blame the dog pawprints on our hearts

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Anyway

You never won your town the race Those ships were launched despite your face Your legend on no Grecian urn We’ll Ozymandiacally retrace You never heroes’ suits did spurn Your birth date students needn’t learn Yours aren’t the words that … Continue reading

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Mitigating Conjugation

Doing stupid things is dumb, objectively. All stupid things you do are dumb as well. Each one is and all are dumb (and stupid), see? Still, doing them with friends is pretty swell.

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That’s Why It’s Called A “Rumpus”

This is not the place, I know, To let my self-obsession show. A poet should be Everyman (Or Everywoman, if he can) In order to illuminate The ways in which we all relate. One failing, though, I haven’t solved: I’m … Continue reading

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