Monthly Archives: September 2018

R.E.M.

As I slept on Noah’s ark A voice spoke to me in the dark It said, I am Don Quixote He was in the shape of a coyote As he howled at the moon Windmills fell with their silver spoons … Continue reading

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Fruit Loops

So many people have invited me to Paradise This palace still came with a sacrifice Still, I decided it would suffice For my little dream world that puts my vice in a vise Eddie Money had two tickets to get … Continue reading

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Kudo Points

There is no selfless act I’m told Even Mother Teresa is in the fold She gathers kudo points For the big guy in the sky – SOLD! Therefore, there is no free ride Just a price to pay and abide … Continue reading

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A Class Divide

Is a division like a derision? Can I laugh it in the face? If divided we fall, Why do I heed the call? To be all I can be In my little family tree That branches every which way But … Continue reading

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Gears

Gears, my Dear, Cranking away! Each tooth churns precisely As we’re walking away! Another time-saving device So that we may return to some other vice It works its way around in a tight little circle As I’m in a store … Continue reading

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Intermission

I’m not a Granny yet my hair is blue How did this happen? What can I do? Shall I take a stroll with Walker? Or does he think I’m a stalker? It’s all only in my mind Since four-thousand miles … Continue reading

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Either-Or (Ether-Oar)

Ever since I was a child so mild I was given a choice of either or But I chose both as my folklore Being as it may seem, it was satisfactory Until the day people told me it was a … Continue reading

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