Category Archives: generational

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. Advertisements

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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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COOLER IS REFRESHING

Temperature is dropping to below freezing by dawn, Already it is colder so put a sweater on… But I just stepped outside to breathe some fresh air, The cold is so refreshing When it gets hot in there! – The … Continue reading

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FEBRUARY FAIRY TALE

February Black History, It still is a mystery… Major networks Like soda jerks, Peddle sweetness and guilt freely. – Public TV is better, At being a story vetter… Finding good stuff That’s almost enough, Choosing in depth what is better … Continue reading

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TITILLATION SITUATION

He’s losing what he once could, Still a glance feels good… Certain shapes Not in the great apes, He’s happy his eyes would! – Clothing means more now, More modest outfits get a bow… Texture and feel– Can’t do that … Continue reading

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WHERE HAVE ALL THE SNOW SHOES GONE?

(Song parody) – Where have all the snowshoes gone, Long time passing… When have all the snowshoes gone, With no snow, Where have all the snowshoes gone– Out for sale upon the lawn… when will they ever learn, When will … Continue reading

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FOR/TO HOLLY: “JUST ANOTHER POEM”

It’s just another “look-see” In where my mind wants to be… Impossible dream To plot and scheme, I wish it were more than a dream! – Censors won’t allow words Describing phallic verbs… Able to expand What’s given to man– … Continue reading

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