Monthly Archives: November 2012

Comment Moderation

I regret to report that I’ve had to reinstall comment moderation.  I have received a number of inappropriate and/or questionable comments from people who use the Gravitar G icon, and have no information attached. We have all been very lucky … Continue reading

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I’m a Puddle

I said to the physical therapist, My back is as stiff as a board; I’m hoping that you can take care of it, This sluggishness I can’t afford. For years I ignored my own laziness, My devotion to sit in … Continue reading

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I Fear No More

I wrote today of anger, resentment old and deep, As though pen-wielding stranger in toxic ink did steep Th’ingredients of lifelong hate in boiling water.  This Recognition, now, too great to face, too grave to miss. Animosity, so huge in … Continue reading

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Sonnet to Freedom, Served

I almost failed of hope these last few weeks, When our election came down to the end, Conservatives’ confidence seemed at peak, Religious dogma might our freedoms bend. Then, my anticipation soon resurged, When untruth after untruth was put forth. … Continue reading

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