Monthly Archives: November 2014

Belching Beaver Peanut Butter Milk Stout

I like beer and peanut butter Both, but each without the other. Chocolate’s jealousy’s misplaced: She needn’t fear this beaver’s taste Will steal her paramour away. Grape jelly, though? I couldn’t say.

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It’s A Calling

Pouring coffee down a hole Endows an empty man with soul Baristas play a crucial role In pouring coffee down a hole

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Don’t Tread On Me

What’s sharper than a serpent’s tooth? And no, it’s not ungrateful youth. I’m serious: Tell, if you can, What’s literally sharper than A serpent’s tooth? Can’t answer yet? It’s venomous, plus also wet, And travels with a real, live shark … Continue reading

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Feast Of Reason

Note: I’m under strictest orders Not to test the tasteful borders Ringing what’s appropriate For blessings. I’ve said nothing yet (I think) that might approach the line– Just keep it short, and I’ll be fine. Tales of Galliforme revenge, Like … Continue reading

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Just Keep Moving

Nothing good will come of this. Proceeding isn’t recommended. Pull the plug. You’ll never miss This verse. It’s dumb. (But now it’s ended.)

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Or Maybe This Isn’t My Beach?

Palm trees sheathed in Christmas lights With no Corona beer in sight’s A sign that, maybe, advertising Isn’t quite like life. Surprising.

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Quoth St. Stephen

My toenails are an unattractive Lot, a sad, objective fact of Which I’m all too well aware. It’s why my feet are rarely bare In places squeamish people lurk Like public markets, church and work. They’re not all bad–most folks … Continue reading

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