Tag Archives: fashion

Cheapened poetry

If rhymes make the poet, why wear  expensive clothing?

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Birding with my wife

While female birds may not make many fashion statements, my wife is no drab dresser.

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The Ichabod Crane

I trimmed my beard today, back to sporting the Ichabod Crane, thoughts haunted by my wife’s voice,  as faceless hair circles  and clogs the drain twice. What pale skin   below this black and gray bare tundra I so disdain, … Continue reading

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Erring the laundry

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This morning has a familiar, though strangely hypnotic, air about it. I listen to the clothes washer churn, cleaning fabrics at centrifugal speed while its counterpart, the drier, an oversized, outspoken squeaky hamster wheel…

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Still life with hair everywhere

I walk into the beauty salon and take a poorly upholstered seat, its brilliant leather blinding me as if I saw Sigmar Polke’s dots before sitting down in Matisse’s Red Room, my green shirt a complementary color waiting to explode … Continue reading

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Erring the laundry

This morning has a familiar, though strangely hypnotic, air about it. I listen to the clothes washer churn, cleaning fabrics at centrifugal speed while its counterpart, the drier, an oversized, outspoken squeaky hamster wheel machine, drains the dampness from another … Continue reading

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