Monthly Archives: January 2019


Gone one block for medicine for me, hasn’t returned after 3 hours. Ice under snow, I pray. Pray? I have no one to pray to. But I want someone, something  to hear. I never needed medicine that bad.

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A Good Way to Start the Day

Go here and read this poem on the Poetry Foundation blog: Snowshoe to Otter Creek BY STACIE CASSARINO

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As One of You Observed: Yes I do long for a Group

My current posting on facebook: What’s happened to Face Book? Unexplained (to me) Changes  New fiends (Freudian error, I promise) have unexpectedly been added. I’m not agin’ them, I just don’t know them. Yet. Looks like I will soon, tho. … Continue reading

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Sonnet V – The Wreck

Originally posted on petrujviljoen:
Copyright Petru J Viljoen there’s no-one left to remember. it’s on to seventy-five years since the Chev rolled down the mountain. The chrome on the bumper shone in the midday sun, enough to distort the frown…

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He Doesn’t Ask

The president of the United States doesn’t ask us to pray for those hurt by his government shutdown, the children separated from their mothers, victims of the NRA or his soul, but for a wall separating formerly good neighbors.  He … Continue reading

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Because I had punched the “Text” button I suspected Word Press of refusing to let me post a photo of Trump.  I get phone calls from an unknown number on my landline and they say NANCY?  In a rather intimidating … Continue reading

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Peter Greene: Betsy DeVos Explains What’s the Matter with Kids Today

Originally posted on Diane Ravitch's blog:
Peter Greene doesn’t object to the fact that Betsy DeVos was born rich, married rich, and has always lived in a bubble. But he was taken aback by her conclusion that kids today…

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