Monthly Archives: December 2016

Sixteen Into Seventeen

Let the bad old year Ride the scapegoat out of town New sins on the way

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Mulligannum

The end, I’m glad to say, is nigh. We’ll bid this baleful year goodbye Tomorrow midnight, not a minute Sooner than we should have. When it Started, all we had to fear Was typical election-year Insanity (or so we thought). … Continue reading

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On The Other Hand

Tardy to bed and then waking up early Makes a man cranky and stanky and surly

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Small Talk

Ask me how I am, I’m great! That’s what you hope to hear, I know. I’ll smile and reciprocate But really, I can’t wait to go.

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Bird Hat

I have a hat that’s overrun With birds, which sounds like lots of fun Unless you have a phobia Of screaming birds all over ya’, In which case this is not the topper For which you should opt: Show-stopper. If … Continue reading

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Simon Says Goodbye

Lover-Leaving Tips? We’ve got fifty! Try these four.* *Credit card for more.

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Holiday Ritual

Do a thing one time, or two, It’s something that you sometimes do (Or did) and may not do again. It’s lifted to tradition when The doing’s done to consecrate An action, milestone or date And, henceforth, if the thing’s … Continue reading

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