Monthly Archives: October 2016

The Scariest Season

They ring the bell and pound the door The porch is dark, I’m on the floor Afraid to make the slightest sound… I hate when pollsters come around!

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How Come

Running every day is how I keep my options open wide. When someone says, “Let’s do this now,” Then all it takes is to decide If this is something I’d enjoy The doing of, or having done. If so, then … Continue reading

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Enuracer

If there’s a race for slobs I’ll surely win it: I just wet the bed And I’m not in it!

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National Cat Day

Coffee free of floating fur No cat chauffeur to PDX Where pilots all decline to purr No fogfoot-caused commuter wrecks Absent fleas where once they were Ubiquitous No cat Just ex-

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Desert Getaway

Visit Harney County! Bring Your weapons…heck, bring anything You like! That’s why we pay that tax, So you’ll be comfy! Tip: Bring snacks.

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Made The Sausage Is How

Poems are just words in rows While everyone’s got lots of those The order that the poet chose Is key–excepting, I suppose When Gertrude Stein defined her Rose

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Tuesday!

Tuesday! You know what that means! That’s right, Election Day is just two weeks away! Three hundred forty hours from tonight The skies will clear– okay, they’ll be less gray. Afraid to go cold turkey? DVR A prime time network … Continue reading

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