Monthly Archives: July 2012

Diabetes is — Senryus

Diabetes is The bane of my existence Ever since my teens Diabetes is Hard to manage easily Hard to have at all Diabetes is Part of life as I have learned Changing every day Diabetes is Not to be the … Continue reading

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When TED Talks Science

When TED talks science, listen close We know not what we’ll hear Of reasons why a quasar glows Why hangers disappear How quadriplegics learn to walk With new robotic legs Of viruses that learn to talk What wine has in … Continue reading

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Olympic Fashion

I love to watch Olympic sports. I love the men’s Olympian shorts. The outfits, fabric of all sorts, Make rainbows out of men. The ladies, in pastels and pinks, So small, so very young; methinks The coaches found a way … Continue reading

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Old darkness, new light

My mind was empty, cold and dark. My fingers could not write. But now, unbidden, comes a spark, A fair, creative light. And then, those subjects I’d forgot Come winging to my brain. With resolutions I’ve been taught, I test … Continue reading

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Desiderata

This prose poem was very popular when I was 11 or so, and I remember having a poster of it on my bedroom wall, (obviously, I was a very dramatic child.) ┬áThe poem comes from Max Ehrmann, and it is … Continue reading

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Repost: The Writer’s Aching Back

This is a repost, but I have been having terrible back trouble lately, and I believe it is appropriate. The Writer’s Aching Back Behold, the writer’s aching back; Lumbar support is what she lacks. Yet surely it would help her … Continue reading

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Lunch

I gave myself quite rare a treat, For lunch with friends today: We ate ice cream, delectably good, Which makes a lovely day!

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