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roses are red…

Escape A moment A memory A reality A place A time Not possible In your dreams Unreal Maybe Not really A distraction Absolutely

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Circus, Circus

(originally written and posted on May 21st, 2006) I’ve always thought I should’ve jumped that circus train Taking me places Where you get paid for flying by the seat of your pants Like those trapeze artists do. Or by simply … Continue reading

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Faith

decided not worry about this but instead said a prayer and knew that it was answered.

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Making Sense out of Nonsense

And who else, but Dr. Seuss, could explain it all? “Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.” – Dr. Seuss “I have heard there are troubles … Continue reading

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I Can’t Take Credit For This

But I sure can relate to it.  You probably can too! Here’s a poem I found while I did a search on Narcissus.  You know, that Greek mythology character that we read about in 9th grade English class.  He was … Continue reading

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August 24, 2009

I found the missing piece. Please click here.

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8/20/09

Rain by Shel Silverstein I opened my eyes And looked up at the rain, And it dripped in my head And flowed into my brain, And all that I hear as I lie in my bed Is the slishity-slosh of … Continue reading

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The Contented Path of Mediocrity

Contented come what may… Right now is simply is good as it gets. Forget the dreams, the goals, the plans Instead simply grab on, hold fast. But what about the other road? The higher one, less traveled on? Maybe there … Continue reading

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Labor Day 1978

In the late summer It gets real hot The hose pipe keeps us cool And the popsicles… we eat a lot Beneath the big tree in grandmom’s backyard. Walking to the railroad tracks Was easy and fun Using the sidewalks … Continue reading

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Circus, Circus

I’ve always thought I should’ve jumped that circus train Taking me places Where you get paid for flying by the seat of your pants Like those trapeze artists do. Or by simply being different It becomes a line on a … Continue reading

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What’s Been On My Mind

It’s amazing but it’s true A little less me, a little more you Trying to walk in step In tandem It’s getting harder May just need to give in to this And realize what I’ve known all along A little … Continue reading

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