Monthly Archives: July 2017

Quicksilver Mess, At Your Service

Once, when I was young and hot– I was, too, once! That time I caught The flu when I was five or six– I whacked one of those fever sticks Against the bedpost shaking it To clear the reading, breaking … Continue reading

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RTL Hell

Reading left-to-right’s my habit. I read rightward like a rabbit Who can read that way, and quickly. Right-to-left, I read less slickly. I’ll concede one cause may be My unfamiliarity With alphabets (or stebahpla) Where leftward words are written law, … Continue reading

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Leftover Syllables From A Haiku About Waffles

Mmmm Ouch! hot hot hot Oops crap Man don’t yes aaahhhh

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Off The Grid

Going off the grid? That’s okay for some, I guess. Me, I like waffles.

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Target-Rich Environment

When I make myself Embrace mediocrity I enjoy things more

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Eight-Legged Race

Chapeau, as they say, to the feisty webcaster Who lives on my porch. Every time I walk past her I wipe out her web. Does she yield to disaster? Mais non! She weaves more! Higher! Wider! And faster! I truly … Continue reading

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Plenty Mice Though

Lookit, Lennie, just between us, Steinbeck mighta lied. I been a- Seekin’ one but ain’t yet seen a Sleepin’ cave upside Salinas.

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