Category Archives: Memoir

Make Up

As I get a little old, maybe older than a little I decide to wear cosmetics I hear that properly applied they will make me look Less wrinkled Almost rosy I have purchased an array of creams and powders at … Continue reading

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Bargain Life

I have substitutes for activities Which are time consuming and expensive And of uncertain benefit First, rearrange furniture If you move a table from one end of the room to the other it’s as good as psychoanalysis Buy something Anything … Continue reading

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The Fall

Last week I tripped over a yellow extension cord In the garage While holding an assortment of cleaning supplies And a roll of paper towels Having washed my car inside out Brisk is my middle name and efficient is my … Continue reading

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I Am Good

I am a very thoughtful person All you have to do is Ask me And if I don’t have to get up off the sofa I am glad to oblige

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Married Life

You ask, what does it feel like to be married for 50 years That’s a long time you say To be with the same man But I think, not the same man at all First was the prophet in sandals … Continue reading

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Ice

Icy isn’t it As if I need more ways to fall What are you trying to do, you cold bitch? Kill me? Send me tumbling down the driveway Trip me up on a snowy rut Feet flying out, ass bouncing … Continue reading

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Calm Down

If in a panic you should cry out afraid that Atomic rain is steaming down Fires are blazing up It’s really Not the end of the world Take a deep breath, you will see The rain gray away, the flames … Continue reading

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