Monthly Archives: March 2014

Tropical Chill

“‘Tis too hot to hoot. Sit, instead and smile. prop up your foot and stay awhile.” Of this I approved, for I wanted to chat. So I sat and removed my Tahiti hat. —- Advertisements

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Leaving Atlanta

Leather boots and horse clod hooves trample lives of southern charm, without remorse or recompense. Instead, they just bring hell. Rivers flow from tearful eyes while cousins scorch the land. The past is gone and future black, as our world … Continue reading

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An Eagle, New

Hear ye, Hear ye, don’t you know, you’ve been invited, to the show. Our Boy Scout, true, who worked so long, will be presented, to the throng. We’ll gather yonder and celebrate. If you’re not there, it will devastate. So … Continue reading

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Loveless Drought

Once fertile soil is cause to pout, devoid of fruit, despite my toil – withering leaves in loveless drought. Does your heart reap in other soil? I’ll worm out truth, cast away doubt. —-

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