Monthly Archives: December 2017

Peace and Ten Pounds

Happy New Year, dear readers. I’ve gotten in the habit of leaving work early on the last Wednesday of each month and visiting the Charles House Center for Community Eldercare. While I’m there, I read poetry and talk about both … Continue reading

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Hope

(In response to this week’s Living Poetry Prompt.) I play the lottery for those hours or days between buying the ticket and learning the results. Before the ping pong balls are set a spinning I am a potential winner, deciding … Continue reading

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America Lost

Like a chicken with its head cut off, we keep running around like it matters. It’s time to lie down, close the casket, try not to pinch our fingers. Regardless of which corporations made the axe or which politicians wielded … Continue reading

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