Category Archives: Poetry

For You

Tear filled eyes bring on mosaics lines blur and colors blend Regret and heartache hope and love   Sun rises and sets again Another year a painting a picture of us both   A vision a flash a memory   … Continue reading

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Fake Russian Comey News

Podesta caught phishing fed Brazile a few questions   Debbie What’s her name Schultz resigned   Got promoted or demoted? Added to HRC’s campaign   The campaign to nowhere again   Electoral college but who’s gonna pay for it? Miss … Continue reading

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November 29

There is nothing you did wrong love Nothing you could have foreseen Children die of cancer, and babies too It’s nothing that you did All of us are dealing with the shock We’re doing the best we can The holidays … Continue reading

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For A Man I Know

Such a hue and shape, her eyes always widened in surprise Don’t you want to know her better Send a card, write her a letter Will she respond Will she ignore you Will she react Will she adore you Will … Continue reading

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One Hot Mess

She’s gay. She’s Catholic. She’s been raped. She’s an alcoholic. She’s moody. She’s in a funk. She’s in need. She wants to be alone. She’s beautiful. She’s ugly. She’s loving. She’s selfish. She’s stuck in a rut. She’s crying. She’s … Continue reading

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The Fifties are Approaching

  Long slim legs below long pastel skirts climbing out of Cadillacs perfect, perfect girls shoulder pads and hair coiffed gloves and steno skills “How do you do?” genuine smiles perfect, perfect girls Gentlemen were gentlemen smoking jackets common Utopia, … Continue reading

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I’ll Call Thee Sand

  You are sand slipping through my fingers and giving me nothing to stand on But, oh how you sparkle in the sunlight and, oh how much you weigh The ocean can’t tear you away Wild horses could trample I … Continue reading

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