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I have to write a poem but (Day 26, 2018)

Only a few days left for NaPoWriMo. I have to write a poem but I’d rather just get stoned and eat caramel cookies and snuggle with Kristy. I’d rather take a warm shower while listening to Sigur Rós and pretending … Continue reading

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Read All Instructions Before Consuming (Day 25, 2018)

Today’s NaPoWriMo prompt asked us to write a warning label for ourselves. Read All Instructions Before Consuming Keep out of reach of children. Take with a grain of salt. May cause stomach ulcers, increased blood pressure, and nausea. In rare … Continue reading

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My Advice for Today’s Youth (Day 8, 2017)

Day 8 of National Poetry Writing Month arrives with a prompt asking us to use repetition in a poem. My Advice for Today’s Youth I got married at 20, and when I talk to kids, I tell them you should, too! Many … Continue reading

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The Recipe 

If you get a few plastic bottles, some batteries, a little fertilizer and lye, and a pack of Sudafed, and you can cook yourself a pile of crystal meth in your own home.  Snort it or smoke it, get that … Continue reading

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The Importance of Tolerance (Day 14)

Amsterdam exists where no city should.  Over centuries, Dutch engineers have dried out marshy land, built a series of canals and dikes, and developed architectural innovations to enable construction in the area.  Today’s tour guide tells us that a full … Continue reading

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Beginner (Day 2)

(Day 2 of National Poetry Writing Month.  It’s not too late to start.) He wished, suddenly, that he’d cleaned the bathroom in the last two months but it was too late now.  His friend  was already opening the box and removing … Continue reading

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Monday, Second Period

against my better judgment I did a line of blow before work this morning which the health teacher assured me was no big deal because he and the phys ed guys do it all the time especially before observations because … Continue reading

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