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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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My Insides Out

For all to see, I’m plainly there. Not quite normal, but no one cares. On the surface, a stoic ripple; underneath, emotional cripple. In black recess, abyssal deep, no light of day, in dark I weep. My voice is weak, … Continue reading

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Friendship’s Gifts

A helping hand, perhaps a smile; Caring thoughts, staying a while. Careful words, lovely letter; Speaking softly, listening better. Friendly banter, never rough; Sticking ‘round, though its tough. Never lie, meaning all; There to catch me, when I fall. Little … Continue reading

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Circus Insanity

There are so many animals, I’ve beasts within my mind. Elephants are stomping loudly and lacking all restraint. A raging lion rounds the ring; The tiger, barely tame. But monkeys driving tiny cars can make me laugh aloud. And bears … Continue reading

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If You Think About Me

If you think about me, son, don’t forget to smile. Forever is my love for you, it is the longest while. You know my choice would be to stay If only that I could. It’s cruel how life can have … Continue reading

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Overly Normal

“I’m not a freak,” they heard me shriek. “So let me stay and collect my pay.” But they said “no,” that I must go. And I asked, “why?” As I could try to fit right in; I have thick skin. … Continue reading

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Stephen’s Classic

250 bucks for a used Plymouth Fury, and an old dilapidated mess. It’s broken down and barely runs but yields visions of grandeur, past. I poured my soul into those wheels just to get her on the road again. The … Continue reading

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