Monthly Archives: September 2015

Clicken Farmer

Every time you click a button On the internet, a shred Of you becomes less sheep than mutton. They’ve commoditized your head! Things you like and those in which You show the slightest interest go Into a database of pitch … Continue reading

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Arctic Tortoise

The Arctic Tortoise wears a coat Of undelivered mail. His boat When under sail is overground. He’s never swum but rarely drowned. His shell is caked with ice and sleet But lined inside with mice for heat And company. His … Continue reading

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Trust Buster

If Monday isn’t ready for me, That’s okay. I’ve got a list Of six or seven others we Can choose from, ones that won’t resist My overtures or turn a chilly Shoulder my direction when I say hello. That’s fine. … Continue reading

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Please Stand By

I’m beside myself, but we Between my selves cannot agree On why it is we’re so upset So that’s why I’m not yelling yet.

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Still Looking

Maybe if I just sit quiet I’ll remember. If I try it, Though, and nothing comes in time I’ll miss my chance to post a rhyme Today, and maybe blow my streak. Yes, I’m a compulsive geek But 56 months … Continue reading

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The One That Got Away

I thought it up and wrote it down Before it had a chance to fade It might have earned me much renown Instead I’ve been again betrayed By technological reliance (“Local draft” means “roll the dice”) Darn this not-so-smart appliance … Continue reading

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Old School

Learning stuff is hard enough; Recalling how you learned is tough. By learning something, though, you earn The right to fight how others learn. If it worked for you, that’s great! And if it didn’t, and you hate The subject … Continue reading

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