Monthly Archives: July 2015

Quacking The Code

Once upon a time there was a dog Who taught himself to type just like a duck. He bought a website and began a blog Where every post was just the one word: Cluck. Of course the site went viral, … Continue reading

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No Sweat

Ladies know this: I’m not hot. I’d perspirate, but I forgot. I’m sitting here on my divan (I use that word because I can– It’s mine until I use it wrong) Earworming that old Broadway song From Kiss Me, Kate, … Continue reading

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Dog Day Afternoon

The cat’s lethargic. I concur. I take my blocking cues from her. The temperature is far too high For movement. Neither she nor I Are candidates for locomotion. We’ll be here until the ocean Boils and we turn to fog. … Continue reading

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First Do No Harm

This is how it’s going to go: I’ll start to write a verse although I have no purpose, point or plan Except to do the best I can To build a verse which, read aloud, Won’t cause a panic in … Continue reading

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It’s Not All Crickets

I appreciate the voices Urging me to evil choices Following their siren song Can help distinguish right from wrong Although I mostly opt for good Because of course I know I should I can’t deny the strong attraction Of a … Continue reading

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The County Seat Is Woodland, CA

From now until I stop to think I’m living life upon the brink Where danger lurks, I lurk as well I’ll kiss and just as quickly tell Tape scissors to my running shoes Then punch a man to watch him … Continue reading

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Spinach

Green like Dr. Seuss’s Grinich Hard to start and worse to finich Allergies that make your chin itch Aren’t as bad as eating spinach Popeye loves his little Swee’Pea And his pet, Eugene the Jeep; he Smokes terbaccy in his … Continue reading

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