Tag Archives: friends

Writer’s Block

I’m thankful for the opportunity Bestowed upon me each Thanksgiving Day To quote myself before my family And friends. But I still don’t know what to say. I love that we don’t argue, scream, or fight; That politics and sports … Continue reading

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I have a secret I won’t tell. You’ll know it if you know me well Which no one does, and that’s just fine With me, because this secret’s mine.

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Dear Satan

B. Bubs, we who know you well, Your friends and neighbors here in Hades, Stockholm-Syndromed lads and ladies Nose-blind to that sulfur smell, Are worried: Donald Trump is late! He’s Dearly missed down here in Hell.

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I’m grateful to have britches Big enough I still have room to grow And should they ride up tightly now and then My friends will let me know

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What Facebook Has Taught Me

Though we may have shared Classes, classmates, teachers, schools We learned different things

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Agua Fria

There’s nothing I love like a glass of cold water. Well, maybe my wife and my son and my daughter, My family, my friends, and my pets. Oh, and you. But a glass of cold water is pretty good, too.

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Giving thanks for words that rhyme Not once or twice, but all the time, For phrases whose internal rhythm Make me glad I’m working with ’em. Thankful, too, for people who Bring joy to me and cheer to you, Who … Continue reading

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