Monthly Archives: March 2014

Not My Squawk

Ducks may quack and dogs may moo But I would never squawk at you. They’ll tell you that I did. They lie! It must have been some other guy Whose squawk resembles what I do When squawking…but it’s not at … Continue reading

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Wildcat

My cat is angry Or, she’s thrilled; It’s not clear which. Emotions spilled Across my lap As thick as fur Make clear, my purpose here Is her.

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10-Word Recap: Rob The Mob

Rose & Tommy: Clyde & Bonnie (Versa vice-a); Ended nice-a.

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Blue Blood

On its face, it’s just absurd: A wildcat against a bird? A mismatch any other day But Louisville against UK. A rivalry’s a funny thing: When siblings play they seem to bring A level of hostility That few opponents get … Continue reading

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Digital Witness

These are the words I am typing right now! If you know me, you know that the next word is cow. I’m typing so fast that the neighbors complain That the heat of their envy is causing them pain. As … Continue reading

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Scapequote

I know a word that you know, too. I’m thinking it right now. Are you? I know it’s wrong, and yet, I’m stuck: On pear-shaped days I think, “Oh, Luck!”

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Lost In Translation

The boy insists his father has a lion, Though I didn’t ask. He showed up in a bee costume, however. What’s behind the mask?

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