Category Archives: a blessing disguised

ONE BOOKLET–TWO DOCTORS

Their methods nearly the same, In different towns made a name… Both will receive What I believe, Is unique in poetic fame! – Retinal eye treatment, Both doctors’ ¬†primary bent… A chance to see Through poetry, Experiences of a patient! … Continue reading

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A DRY SLIM JIM

This “smoky snack stick” dried Most likely with shelf life applied… Does its job For less than a bob, Life is slowly revived! – –J.E.C.

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TRUST THE BABE!

Wondering if she’ll be Where invited eventually… She can’t be forced To change her course, At least concerning me! – If she never comes by, At least you had your try… Leave it alone She’s on her own, You keep … Continue reading

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“NON-EXISTENT” BLOG VISITORS!

He’s heard of “ghosties” on base, At least he knows they have no face… One came by He had to try, His search led to no place! – He wanted to thank a new friend, Inquiries hit a dead end… … Continue reading

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MEMORIES IN MAGAZINES

Having some set aside, For what wasn’t denied… Purchased back issues Which brought out the tissues, Seeing of of them–he cried! – Moving from place-to-place, One lets go of stuff to find space… To live within Missing again, Certain issues … Continue reading

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A MAN OF HIS WORD!

Mr. Ayub (“Eye-Yoob”) Brought me some of his food… They put hot sauce On the side–I tossed– It put me in a good mood. – He was as good as his word, No major over spice disturbed… To each portion … Continue reading

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THE YOUNG VICTORIA LEARNED

Young Victoria learned That when emotion burned… She had a role Expected to fill, As something¬† her people earned! – British stiff upper lip, All public people equipped…. Must put aside Feelings or pride, That your people will not be … Continue reading

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