Tag Archives: poetry

When the big gust comes hard ask not why the bell tolls

You can deny the weather all you like you can ignore my words  or 99% of scientists but Climate? Climate’s a bitch.   Katrina, Wilma, Sandy, Irma, Maria Go ahead and deny them!  I dare you. The sad thing is that … Continue reading

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Sweet Dreams to the Dreamy

Sleep… perchance to dream of me as the warmth comforts yourself all cozzzzzzzzzzy

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Veni, Vidi, Deus Vicit on this day in 1683

King Jan’s cavalry smashed the Turk seige of Wien: an empire fell.

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Whither Withering Devastatress

when Irma came round not polite: we flew to ground and were meat to pound

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Barbecuing with the Cat

In the coolish air, of a summer’s length eve, on the patio where border Violets heave lush with too much rain. The grill is low, well oiled slow baking buttered potatoes and all foiled. To the side the chicken burgers … Continue reading

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Porkoum Fest or Famine

Every August the Ribfest is due. We make a mess of ourselves in public, proud and conspicuous, in the long queue: got to pick the right ribs and to those stick. We make a mess of ourselves in public gaudy … Continue reading

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Appetite, Entitlement, Appetitlement

We, planet hungry, take our fill so zealously. Entitled first world.

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