Daily Archives: June 27, 2013

Nature’s err conditioning

Humid and sweaty, I ripped my field pants pulling clumps of Scotch Broom and barbed Blackberries, Nature kindly airing out my errs.

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Romantic semantics

Leave the romantic poems alone, they are just deaf ears numbed by the touch of their vain tongues.

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The Ancient Eavesdropper Now Tweets?!

Twitter is for succinct poets only I guess, cut unnecessary verbs and customize the small talk to thumbs in a texting bliss. Never thought I’d tweet, let’s leave it for the birds bickering over breadcrumbs out in the street, but … Continue reading

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Cheapened poetry

If rhymes make the poet, why wear  expensive clothing?

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Doggerel

If you scratched my back and I scratched yours we’d all be dogs  at a flea circus.

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Dogs in a row

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Waxing Poetic

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
concrete poem of a crescent moon complete with lips, eye and nose, surrounded by shadowy space and stars connecting comforting constellations (The Big Dipper!).

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