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Beggars Can’t Be Snoozers

Pillow soft as gravel in a sleeve of baling twine Feels like eiderdown and satin after days like mine!

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Missed It By That

I’m starting early just in case I get distracted, lose my place Or simply fall asleep before I finish (happens more and more). If all goes well the job gets done On time. If not– Shoot. Got to

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Sneezin’s End

So, here’s the deal: My filter’s off. It’s like I’m editing a cough Or proofreading a sudden sneeze, So heiten mein gesund, here, please. I don’t have plans for what I’m writing, I’m just reading. It’s exciting, Watching what my … Continue reading

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Carma

Driving quickly west-to-east Means lengthy less-than-days. At least They’ll reimburse for me the rest I’ve lost, returning east-to-west.

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Spoiler Inert

I don’t want to know the score. I’m not invested anymore. I’ll record the game; perhaps I’ll watch it when I’m sick of naps. If you see me, please don’t tell– I don’t react to spoilers well, And even though … Continue reading

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Fly Over

Preferisco controllo the noise, To choose distraction and what I’ll ignore. Non giocatolli, headphones. Tools, not toys. Listen: I’m not hearing any more. Exhausting, like a fruity, warming wine Too pricey not to drink, the tapestry Of strangers’ tales weave … Continue reading

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The Good Old Day

Remember that day when I wasn’t exhausted? Brought doughnuts to work (glazed old-fashioned and frosted), Took lunch–a whole hour–then joked with the boss, did Those hateful, time-wasteful tasks, didn’t get cross, bid Farewell to the hell on the freeway, got … Continue reading

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