Category Archives: TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES

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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BLIZZARD WARNINGS

Forecasters said “about eight”, By six AM they were late… Picking up now To a wind and snow “POW!” Snowfall at its maximum rate! – My boss said “don’t come to work.” With a serious face–no smirk– His commute Is … Continue reading

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SHOPPING AFTER MIDNIGHT

Before this rip-roaring storm, Folks want to keep safe and warm…. Enough supplies On hand is wise, If we don’t need them–what’s the harm? – Enough for oil lamps, We have two, in case we lose “amps”… “D” batteries For … Continue reading

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STORM ADVANCING HAIKU

(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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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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JUST CHEAPER????

The ATM owner was deeper In costs, so they found a cheaper… Way to read chips But folks say it gyps, Working so slow it’s a creeper! – Cards get stuck inside. No kick-out mechanism tried? Cards can be loosed … 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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