Monthly Archives: August 2017

Prosequential

I mostly read things front-to-back. That’s my angle of attack: Begin at the beginning, then Plow through the middle to the end. It works for novels, verse, and drama (Sorry for the Oxford comma If you’re one whom it offends); … Continue reading

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Anaphylaxative

I sometimes know what I’m about I’ve got the whole thing figured out The world is my oyster shell! And then my lips begin to swell

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Burn Or Move

The sun comes always Through gaps in curtains Glass traffic flashes Miracle tunnels through myriad dozens of shuddering leaves Through smoke and haze and cloud and discontent To find and blind your eye And make you choose

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Beautiful Friendships

Canines protect us From squirrels and cats. Felines stop rodents; Mosquitoes, meet bats. We’re counting on rabbits To save us from carrots. But what about crackers? We’ll always have parrots.

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Tri Training

Swimming’s something fun to do I’m happy when I’m running, too It’s fun to do the things you like I’m hoping soon to love the bike

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The Least I Can Do

I won’t complain about the heat, The sunscreen I’ve been slopping on, Or that the lawn’s in full retreat (At least ’til after Harvey’s gone).

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Let Me Have This

I’d do it now And have it done But doing it Is so much fun I even love Anticipating It. That’s not Procrastinating.

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