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Self-Portrait

(July, 2022)

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Well Worth the Wait

“I’m the fuckin’ president!” screamed by Donald Trump in the prez SUV Suburban on Jan. 6 at secret service agents as he tried to grab the steering wheel, then ended up trying to choke the #1 agent who pried his … Continue reading

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U.S: First Things First

My main interest, for now, remains the January 6 committee ascertaining the facts and truths about Trump’s major role in the 1/6 insurrection which has long been buried by alternate facts, cover-ups, and fake news. The country has to deal … Continue reading

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“Snuck”?

I still used “sneaked”, the original past tense of “to sneak” after all these years.

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The Poem-a-Day Series, poem #79

A pause in the series which will resume soon…

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Dangerous Chevrolet TV Ad

A father driving is asked by his child in a car seat what the future is. He replies by taking his hands off the steering wheel, thereby impressing the kid with his “no hands” move that suggests car technology is … Continue reading

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Cross-Border Absurdity x 3

Canadian parents taking their 5 and under kids to the States for a Covid shot they can’t get here.American women coming to Canada to get abortions they can’t get legally in their home states. And many Americans investigating moving to … Continue reading

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The Poem-a-Day Series, poem #78

Poems are mirrors of life experience, others, the world. People who come to poetry readings, for instance, are often looking for something; for example, confirmation of common feelings, common ground. Often they come for information to hear what others have … Continue reading

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The Poem-a-Day Series, poem #77

Poems, like all art, are potentially communications, to begin with, first and foremost. And, if their messages are received, they have the potential to become transmitted consciousness from one human to another. For me, my poems are communications and potential … Continue reading

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Matthew Arnold’s view of

“culture being a pursuit of our total perfection by means of getting to know, on all the matters which most concern us, the best which has been thought and said in the world.“ Robert Browning, another Victorian poet, similarly raised … Continue reading

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