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Getting Even

Autumnal equinoxes come along In late September each and every year. The timing on tomorrow’s, though, feels wrong. We’re long past summer. Shouldn’t Fall be here? The kids are back in school, the network shows Are filling up my DVR … Continue reading

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Twosday

Remember when we shared the joy Of Monday on a Tuesday? Boy, Was that just last week? Seems much longer, Though today it got much wronger: It’s a five-day week, without A Monday holiday. (Don’t pout, At least the day … Continue reading

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Irresolution

My cat and I aren’t locked into This resolution trap that you And all too many focus on. So what if twelve more months have gone The way of all things (“dusty death’s” The phrase that springs to mind)? Your … Continue reading

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‘Twuth

‘Twas the Fourth of June ‘Twasn’t Independence Day ‘Twas a month away

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Calindromendar

As mirrors propped along a peak Transform the dawn to setting sun So every date this mid-May week Reflects the way it’s just begun It doesn’t work across the sea Where D/M/Y’s the date-form rule But as my Grandmama taught … Continue reading

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29 To Win

A democratic calendar That bends to the majority Would say today is March the First But I’m a gambler. You know me, The backer of the underdog, The striver against odds and might, So I say, it’s still February! (Four-to-one; … Continue reading

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Retrospective

I’m late again? Apologies. I blame Procrastinac Disease. I know I say this every year, But my, how time just flies ’round here! December came up so darned fast I can’t believe Thanksgiving’s passed! In fact, hang on…oh, I see … Continue reading

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