Monthly Archives: July 2013

One Through Twelve, Inclusive

One plus two is three, and four Plus five is nine. Who cares? Not I. But take eleven, add ten more, Drop eight, then seven, stop there. Why? The figure in your head should be Exactly half the total of … Continue reading

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Fate

It’s difficult to overstate How much I don’t believe in Fate. If que sera, sera’s legit, Why even try to mess with it? If it’s been written that I’ll write This verse, should I just say good-night Right now, and … Continue reading

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Sam & Ella

Sam and Ella Entertaining. No one’s eating. Sam’s complaining: “True friends wouldn’t Be so rude. Our hearts and souls Are in that food. That’s us you’re wasting!” Sorry, fella, No one’s eating Sam and Ella.

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Oregon Summer Sunday

A dozen cans of Death-To-Fleas®, Some wasp spray…and a coffee, please.

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Duncan’s Donuts

Powder’d sugar Rings of dough Bloodred filling Twelve to go Scottish nobles Can’t avoid ’em Banquo and MacDuff enjoyed ’em Courtesy of Clan MacBeth Duncan’s Donuts Dusty death

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Wee George

The cherry tree he’d barely felled, Not yet upon himself he’d telled (Nor even yet supposed he should, For what’s a hatchet cut, but wood?), When Georgie W., with glee, Cried, “I’m a lumber– jeez! My knee!” (To clarify, the … Continue reading

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Sun Line

A.E.’s navigator, Fred, Along a “sun line” Earhart led To find a tiny speck called Howland; Found instead Okay, What Now Land (Just without the “land” so much). Thanks, Fred Noonan. Keep in touch.

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