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Show Them the Greats! (Day 29, 2018)

Tomorrow is the last poem I’m writing for a while… Show Them the Greats! A poetry anthology for teens got a one star Amazon review from a man claiming that all the poems were from contemporary poets of little fame … Continue reading

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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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Random White Men (Day 24, 2018)

For a friend. Random White Men You’ve been married twice, her mother complained. You’d think at least one could have been Puerto Rican. The old woman grumbled curses in Spanish while the pale man sat smiling in ignorance on the … Continue reading

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What the Dog Will Do for Food (Day 20, 2018)

2/3 of the way through a NaPoWriMo. What the Dog Will Do for Food the dog stole an apple from an Amish woman and I, having no cash, became an accesory to the crime. the apple seller threatened to call … Continue reading

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Changes (Day 19, 2018)

National Poetry Writing Month moves forward! Changes when David Bowie died I stayed in bed all day flattened by the loss of an artist I rarely listened to (and then only the hits) I found myself filled with regrets as … Continue reading

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3 Pounds (Day 17, 2018)

Julie (from SalonZ) and I are sharing titles again. 3 Pounds she tottered toward him so suddenly that he didn’t notice at first, didn’t look up from his phone until she was right there at his knee burbling some toddler … Continue reading

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Kitty Kitty (Day 15, 2018)

Halfway done with NaPoWriMo. Today’s prompt asked us to write about a villain who has some redeeming characteristics, while still remaining evil. Kitty Kitty the cat caresses his face with her paw, running the pads through his three-day stubble then … Continue reading

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