Monthly Archives: August 2017

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : B@th time – A reblog

Originally posted on Two on a Rant:
Yep.  The B word. I gave 6 dogs a bath yesterday.  I should give yoga-while-dog-washing classes.  I sit on the edge of the tub with one leg outstretched so the poor over-loved dog…

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I HAD A DREAM

I HAD A DREAM It was a hilarious, off-the-wall and wild satire in which a lyin’ thieving varmint wormed his way into our White House with his lying cheating thugs and referred to it as “a dump,” which isn’t laughable, … Continue reading

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MUSINGS

Re-do of the Red Wheelbarrow: The Black Chalk Board so much depends upon a black chalk board covered with equations beside the gray waste basket. METAPHOR I know, I know, metaphors rule but their birth is often Caesarian. Is your … Continue reading

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If I Were a Penguin…

If I were a penguin– my life, a carpet rolled out for me to follow from beginning to end– I would want to rebel.   What is the use of us, I’d ask, Why are we here? No free will … Continue reading

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HEARTILY RECOMMENDED

Eighteen years ago, when I was psychology supervisor in a state prison, I led a journal writing group. The book we used was George F. Simons’ Keeping Your Personal Journal, Ballantine 1978.  I lent it to a friend without my name … Continue reading

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LET YOUR IMAGINATION ROLL…

WHAT COULD HE BE SAYING? I’VE WONDERED EVER SINCE I SAW THIS

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Pity the Poor Poet….

Who searches and listens with open heart and a healthy Muse, awaiting  the bursting forth of a metaphor reflecting that in life which is soulful, gentle, appreciative of both nature and humanity, loving appreciations for justice, honesty and the milk … Continue reading

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