Monthly Archives: May 2017

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Beetle Bits

Inspection of the things we eat’ll Often turn up bits of beetle. Per the U.S. FDA, Point-six bits per gram’s okay In chocolate or in “chocolate liquor.” (Guess which gets you sicker quicker.)

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The Ant

I’d like to say I love the ant And bear it no ill will. I can’t.

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Everything Must Go

No one I know did not come home from war. The first not forced to fight in Vietnam, We got to choose what we were fighting for; The draft had crashed and burned before our prom. I’ve lost some classmates … Continue reading

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Theater In The Woods

Ants on my hat while I’m watching the show: “Please, put your hat back on, Mister?” Me: “No! Theater etiquette says doff the cap. You may watch from my hands, But watch out when I clap!”

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No Pockets

The mouse outside my window Didn’t stop to chat she had A meeting And forgot her notes

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A Long Time Ago…

“Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi. You’re my only hope!” —Leia Organa

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