Monthly Archives: April 2020

Gardening

I am on a tear Out in my garden because The weather was kind yesterday. I wore my grubby coat, the one that I never wear to town Because the lining is ragged and hangs down. I found my rake … Continue reading

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My Cat Izzy

My cat Izzy Started out life in a household With many other cats and kittens You were never surprised when a new cat showed up Hah you would exclaim I hadn’t noticed that tabby before And then the cat would … Continue reading

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Trash

Walked along the roadside today With a cart and a stick And picked up trash, The leavings of drunken fishermen And grotesque adolescents. I conclude that Beer and a drink called Twisted Tea Are popular with these folks And that … Continue reading

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Hair

My hair is getting weird There’s a long tuft on top which just showed up. If it wasn’t for this fucking virus I would go to the salon For a styling But here I am stuck in my house Looking … Continue reading

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Crossing the Street

Nowadays I look both ways before crossing the street Instead of flying willy nilly into traffic Like I used to do. I swear You can only get run over so many times Metaphorically speaking Until you wise up Or die. … Continue reading

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Me Myself

Okay, I’m not laughing I am sick of being by myself, also Maybe sick of myself. Even in the best of times Which this is not So I equivocate. I conclude that being sick of myself is Better than being … Continue reading

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