Archive for July, 2012

Farmer’s Lament

Summer has set in, but we had a beautiful spring and early summer here in our part of Texas—mild temperatures, and lots of rain—but I’m seeing reports that isn’t the case in much of the country this year. We’re being warned of high produce and meat prices, due to drought conditions in the heartlands. I wrote this poem many years ago—probably during another drought—but it fits those rainless areas again this year.

I’m posting it on dVerse Poets Pub’s Open Link Night this afternoon. Some of you saw it when I posted it last year, but I know many of you haven’t seen it yet. I’m also adding an audio version  (<– click here)this time around, so even if you’ve read the poem, I hope you’ll check out the reading of it by yours truly (that’d be me).

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I Want To Be Rich! ~ July 31

I Want To Be Rich!

Well, sort of. Read the rest of this entry »

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What Do I Do Now? ~ July 30

What Do I Do Now?

Don’t be skeert! Read the rest of this entry »

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I Have Seen the Enemy ~ July 29

I Have Seen the Enemy

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My Bad! ~ July 28

My Bad!

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Tears of Joy ~ July 27

Tears of Joy

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I Want it Now! ~ July 26

I Want it Now!

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