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Book Review: Chronicles, Volume I

    Through his tears a memory is fading Something he wasn’t certain of And his friends who kept on saying “You don’t have to let yourself fall in love” (You don’t have to let yourself fall in love) Through … Continue reading

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Voices #20

        I got the job driving that train in 1917.   There wasn’t many men around then with the war going on and all.  I was sixteen and lied about my age and the man at the … Continue reading

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Hot Fun in The Summertime

  When I began this blog I had in mind to write regularly about home repair and primal diet and exercise.  If you’ve followed me here at all, you know it has not worked out that way; that, far and … Continue reading

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Morning Poem, July 21, 2017

  The heat is closin’ in on me If I could move I’d soon break free It makes the body tired and old The mind gums up and won’t take hold

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Faking Dylan #17 (Added verses)

  Their women know it ain’t the same What once was bold has now gone lame They wonder should they take the blame For ruining nature’s happy game . Their men can’t muster five push ups They drive fifty-thousand-dollar trucks … Continue reading

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Faking Dylan #17

    All the old men died around And left behind this little town They’d built with bricks and two by fours Workin’ late from early morn . Their women knew that they were lucky To get a man so … Continue reading

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Morning Poem, July 20, 2017

  The morning breaks new Grass sparkles with dew The birds sing aloud In the sky not a cloud In this hour is Earth’s glory One more start in the story   copyright 2017

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Evening Poem, July 19, 2017

    The sky glows after the hot afternoon As if what is left of the day’s bright radiance Is dissolved and fades upward Into heaven’s evening pastels The birds rouse from their stupor And call but do not fly … Continue reading

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morning ride

  We left the pavement and turned onto the gravel road that rose through the tall weeds.  By the yard the hills to our right and left closed in around us and grew steeper and our way more narrow. “This … Continue reading

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Morning Poem, June 14, 2017

This summer morning is of deepest green As if the old oaks and maples along the lane Had taken bits of last night’s darkness And hidden them under their arms. . I think of the empty classrooms in the town … Continue reading

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