Monthly Archives: June 2017

Posterior Motive

I’ve never written verse with quill And ink; I’d like to think I will Someday, if only as a ruse To let this dude denude a goose.

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My Chosen Reality

A baby bunny falls asleep While watching kitty videos. If that’s the worst you saw today, Good job. We all need more of those.

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Normal By Mistake

Sometimes I say words like “slides” When I was thinking “slips and hides,” But since the word I used was real Nobody noticed. Should I feel Relief that no one caught my tongue Betraying me? Do songs unsung Resent the … Continue reading

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Aisle 3

A hat surrounds the little lady Lost in Aisle 3 Shadows from the broad brim veil her Off-brand O’s of sugar trail her Crunched beneath her checked Chuck Taylor Sneakers as she slides behind The cardboard salsa/chip display I hesitate … Continue reading

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Summer Mondays

Summer Mondays last Longer than most Mondays should Unless you’re a kid

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Wrong Song

Both time and space exist, or mine Ignore what sages say. This heat can suck my eglantine— It’s been a long-ass day.

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If The Sofa Dent Fits

Too hot to move I stayed inside If something’s missing Someone died Suspiciously Look far and wide But not at me I’m alibied

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