Monthly Archives: October 2011

Happy Halloween!

Here’s two more haikus just for you this Halloween.  Happy trick or treating! ________________________________________ Halloween candy stuffed into my pillow case. Ah childhood memories. ________________________________________ I hear the howling coming from the woods — or my soul? Will it ever … Continue reading

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Talk Like A Man…

It’s been quite a while since I had to talk “like a man.”  You know what I mean — speak words quickly so you don’t get cut off or see those male eyes before you rolling around because you’re talking too … Continue reading

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Onward

Things are looking up.  It’s been a struggle, but my blogging and determination are finally paying off.  You see I’ve been submitting poetry to websites, and it’s finally being accepted! I was discouraged for a long time because everything I … Continue reading

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Halloween Haikus

Tiptoe through the woods To escape their dinner craves But my scent’s too strong.   ——————————————————- Dog food for dinner? You’ll pay for this my lovely… Now it’s chow time!

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More Haikus

I seem to be on a haiku kick again.  I awoke this morning; grabbed my trusty pen and scrap paper and wrote these little ditties.  Hope you like them… ——————————————————– I walk on eggshells because of your angry moods — … Continue reading

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Tread Softly

Tread softly for my mind can’t adjust to these changes bombarding it. Tread softly for my emotions are raw from the pain of Life’s roller coaster. Tread softly for I no longer laugh and now cry uncontrollably. Tread softly for … Continue reading

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The Play’s The Thing

I went to see a local theater production this past Saturday night and it was fantastic.  It was written by a local scribe and produced and acted by local residents. It seemed somewhat surreal to be back in a theater because … Continue reading

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