Category Archives: Poetry

Oh, Lumpy-Butted Hottie

This poem is inspired by my love for the female form, particularly the curve of a pleasing butt (which I try not to gawk at as if I’m a manner-less rube, but won’t apologize for liking), and my “Captain Obvious” observation … Continue reading

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Too Many To Choose From

I have Hundreds of books On several Ultra-fancy Walmart bookshelves Here in the mansion And I don’t feel like Reading a one of them And most of them Would be fine To read Would bring hours Of escape But I … Continue reading

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Opposites Attract, and Talk Smack

Well, I’ve been remiss about doing anything “creative” for a long time. After I’d already gotten lazy about blogging, I was on some anti-depressants for about 2 months. I think they work wonders for lots of people, and may yet for … Continue reading

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Why I Hate “Criminal Minds”

It’s not that Thomas Gibson is such a wooden actor with a monotone voice. It’s not that Matthew Gobble Gubler is SUCH a wienie. It’s not that I don’t buy the relationship between Shemar and the lady described as “the … Continue reading

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If I Met Jenny

I think we’re all star-struck To some extent, aren’t we? We’d like to meet someone famous Maybe not to just say we did But just to have a little bit Of their time. Would Michael Caine Be as charming As … Continue reading

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The Alphabet of Emptiness

(Some drivel I wrote last night. It rhymes in spots and badmouths snow, so I guess I’ll hit publish.) D is for Dull and for Drab and for Dead E is for Empty, of feeling, of air P is for … Continue reading

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Thursday Blues

I M Bluer than the ocean Bluer than the eyes Of a lying temptress In a bar A bed The bread aisle at the grocery store I M As happy as a man could be On a night when it … Continue reading

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