Monthly Archives: July 2022

Comparisons

I have little in common with woodpeckers which rapid fire beak against a tree or a house telephone pole something stony perhaps housing a worm or nymph thing but a woodpecker doesn’t knock his brain silly if I hammered my … Continue reading

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No More Looking for Mr. Right

Love is Drama with lots of scurry. I was married B4. First a fearsome stiff with lizard skin. Knocked my furniture to pieces. Not much personality–bim bam bom blasted him to kingdom come. Picked out a better one I “yearned” … Continue reading

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Credo on the Street

I believe I am a beggar & a beggar can’t be choosy. I got to take what’s offered, smile big teeth, curtsy a ragged shuffle, stuff dollars down a gaping bosom. I am prancing on that crisscross amid floods of … Continue reading

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What to Play at a Funeral

So he is dead as flounder as a flattened cat Float-eyed and finned-like silent he rounded out my window into nothing Oh the sound Oh the holy cries singing organ chords knotted into nothing So we are fringed in holy … Continue reading

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