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One for the Road

One for the Road A poem I wrote for my dialects class.  It’s a feel-good, thinkin’ kind o’ thing. <meta name=”p:domain_verify” content=”096e8b949c0c7d6b143a6b6225169bd8″/>

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Speechless

If you see me in the hall appearing distracted it’s only because I’m living on the verge of tears these days. Not tears of sorrow nor of fear, but for the near constant state of amazement that pervades my overworked … Continue reading

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EGG SALAD

Egg salad.  It’ll kill you. Of course, most things will in this world. Laid, gathered, sold and bought. Boiled, peeled, mashed and seasoned.

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Poetry-n-existential crap like that

Never Enough Will we hear? Never ourself for fear — fear of being judged, of being thought of as “less than,” not worth my time to stop and take notice of the marvel that is you… or me. Fear of … Continue reading

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Wayfaring to Hegira

Wayfaring to Hegira a poem by… well, me.

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