Category Archives: happier memories

HE DOES WHAT HE WANTS!

The Poet does what he wants, In his isolated haunts… No pretty distractions Luring exactions, Of praise for what they flaunt. – One visit most do and then, Forgotten is a return again… Hard to be happy As a lonely … Continue reading

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DIGGING OUT THE WHEELS!

Digging out my wheels, Digging out my wheels, Blizzard’s end rejoicing– Digging out my wheels— – Digging out these wheels, Digging out windshields, Thankfulness voicing– Ice-bound doors unsealed! – Sunlight sure appeals, As my scraper squeals, I am now rejoicing– … 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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DINNER FROM A CAN

Canned CHEF BOYARDEE, That’s a meal to be… Protein and salt– Fat from the vault– Not for proper society! – Beefaroni the best, Their lasagna next… Ravoli various– Future precarious– Subject to sliding down necks! – Not sure of their … Continue reading

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NO BRAGGING RIGHTS!

He claims no bragging rights, ‘Cause critics have him in their sights… But to tell What “little’s” done well, Might be more of handy insights. – Colored pencils brought to mind, A poorly-run business line… Portraiture A tough market endured, … Continue reading

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ACTUALLY VERY GOOD.

From ¬†Food Pantry night, A stuffed chicken dinner in sight… Some good some bad– Took a chance and was glad, Dinner at work–a delight! – It was a store-made up meal, Green beans and potato real… Stuffing beside Two croquettes … Continue reading

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A POOR REASON

He wanted to restart, something involving his heart… Warned off once He’s willing to chance, Risking the employment part! – Better to leave alone, One-way tickets home… Lust in the way One would betray The one already his own. – … Continue reading

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