Tag Archives: irony

On the cold dark road

Thoughts on where a crow falls Continue reading

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Dad was a Drunk

Perspective on a youth spent under the tyranny of a drunk. Continue reading

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Pale

NaPoWriMo 17: a dramatic monologue by the mother of two young boys. Continue reading

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Talisman

NaPoWriMo 10: Our weaknesses are usually self propelled. Consider a scratched coin. Continue reading

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The Fifth

So, yes,, folks that was our fifth false spring — after the damn teasing equinox. Continue reading

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Lo, How a Spring ere Blooming

Fourth false Spring, anyone? Reflections on that with a nod to another poet’s famous song. Continue reading

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Not again, briefly

Fourth Spring. Pu-lease! Continue reading

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