Monthly Archives: November 2015

SADDENED SECURITY

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SADDENED SECURITY – Someone did something mean, They turned off the coffee machine…! Took a walk down the hall For nothing at all, The pickings here are lean! – –Jonathan Caswell 0

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A LITTLE MORE LACE

A LITTLE MORE LACE – They came from a different generation, More used to ornamentation… A little more lace Naturally graced, The woman’s essential foundation! – She and her husband alone It set her feminine tone… Not just to squeeze … Continue reading

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THE JUNK FOOD JAG

THE JUNK FOOD JAG – I’m singing the Junk Food Jag, And eating a whole, big bag… Of popcorn I’d be so forlorn My diet would hit a snag! – –Jonathan Caswell

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THROES OF EXTINCTION

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THROES OF EXTINCTION – Accepting one’s extinct, Won’t always be succinct… Coelacanths Ocean depths can’t, Contain after one was caught and the news inked! – –Jonathan Caswell

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THE EASIEST SUBJECT

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– THE EASIEST SUBJECT – When poets little have observed, They can write about what is served… My steak and  cheese To buy was an ease, But opening the plastic box took nerve!…

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