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(each on–IS ONE!) – Bread and milk to eat If power goes off, a treat That sour power! –J.E.C. – Most all staying home As much as two feet forecast Wind-whipped powder snow -j.e.c. – “See you Wednesday, sir,” Tuesday–who’s … Continue reading

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They brought it to “Show and Tell,” Which they thought went very well… Till it broke its house And plunged teacher’s blouse, The rest of the day didn’t go as swell! –J.E.C. Another guy brought in a snake, More than … Continue reading

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KEEPING IN SIGHT – Bosoms and faces delight, For a man, that seems only right… Legs and hips too When they are in view, Dancing in shadow aand light. – Under a beautiful blouse, Well-formed, a man needn’t grouse… Could … Continue reading

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FOND MEMORIES OF A BATTLE-AXE In eighth grade History, The teacher attracted me… Miss “Battle-axe” Rarely was lax In discipline, you see. – One mother said the teacher tarried Hoping to someday be married… The biological clock In which she … Continue reading

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