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Northwest of 1721’s Kodiak

No Lack On Raspberry Isle did the bigfoot fight the bear. With only one arm. No Smack The kodiak’s roar was met with deadly silence. A fight for hist’ry. No Hack Though Lakaw had his leg broken he fought on … Continue reading

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Something Greater than me

Is it the bunny that I see? Is it the stethoscope? Nope. Is the lariat about my 10 gallon hat? Is it the cable from Clark Gable? No. It’s something greater than me. Could it be Jack coming back? Could … Continue reading

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Source of the Cosmos

The wild ones from the Steppes called lordly Hippemolgi descended on and terrified those persians and greeks long before romans roamed. They were born riding and natural bowmen making frightening warriors. Impossible to conquer since how can you subjugate mounted … Continue reading

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A Metabolic Magic

Metabolism. n. The chemic processes that occur in a biologic organism in order to maintain life. First we begin isagogic with time so geologic as to be part mythologic but don’t get carried anyway by my illogic. I want all … Continue reading

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The Meeting To-Do

The rain embarrassed my way to the tickety-boo but no one pointed, no one jeered, it was all how-do-you-do? I slunk and droplets of water dehydrated off me jackaroo and I tried to aplomb myself thereto do a switcheroo. It … Continue reading

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Robsart Leichhardt

They would call him Sart but there was a man with heart. He’d outsmart apart.

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The Tale of the Bunny on Paul Avenue

On a walk last night I saw something scurry out on Paul Avenue in the corner of my eye. My glasses weren’t on and I assumed it was a mouse as it was so small. It ran toward the curb … Continue reading

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