Archive for July, 2012

Looking Through My Keep-it-simple Lenses ~ July 23

Looking Through My Keep-it-simple Lenses

I like the way things look! Read the rest of this entry »

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Then the Scream

Claudia, at dVerse Poetics, has invited us to write about something or someone we’ve seen. All I’m going to tell you is this poem is part fiction, part fact; I’ll leave the rest to your imagination. Read the rest of this entry »

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I Need Bail Money! ~ July 22

I Need Bail Money!

Or, has the price already been paid? Read the rest of this entry »

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There Is No Greater Prize! ~ July 21

There Is No Greater Prize!

At least, not while we inhabit these earthly bodies Read the rest of this entry »

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Almost Over

Kellie’s Free Write Friday this week was another one that made me think. I hate it when she does that! But I came up with a little something. It’s heavy—for me, anyway—but then, it’s a heavy kind of day. Read the rest of this entry »

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Think About the Good Stuff ~ July 20

Think About the Good Stuff

You can’t go wrong! Read the rest of this entry »

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Cannonball!

I know every guy reading this–well almost every guy–was once this 6-9 year-old boy overlooking the world from the high diving board at the town pool. I can promise you, I did not write this poem using second-hand information. I’m submitting it to dVerse Poet Pub’s, Meeting the Bar: Best of , this evening. Once again, they’ve played right into my hands, asking for the “best of”. Not only do I consider this one of my better poems, I recently discovered I could post an audio version of my posts, and was just chomping at the bit to present this one! (Click on the link below the poem to listen!) Read the rest of this entry »

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No Room For the Bad Stuff ~ July 19

No Room For the Bad Stuff

I want me some of that! Read the rest of this entry »

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God Likes Redneck Prayer, Too! ~ July 18

God Likes Redneck Prayer, Too!

We don’t need no thees, thous, and such! Read the rest of this entry »

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Twenty Eyes (Includes Audio version!)

dVerse Poets Pub is celebrating their one year anniversary this week, and I am pleased to participate. I’ve been reading a lot of Jack London lately, and this poem was inspired by one of his works. I made an audio of this one, and finally figured out how to get it on the blog! Check it out by clicking on the soundcloud link below the poem! Read the rest of this entry »

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