A poem from another blog.
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Coffee’s Comin’ Down The Tracks
Morning ritual wakes us up.Pound of coffee in your cup.Black as night and heavy too.Man, this is your kind of brew.Coffee is so thick and dank.Rolls in like a Sherman tank.Busting rivets, twisting guts.Loosening your bolts and nuts.This pot it has a coal car.A fireman and crew.Hit that mountain running.Son, you have no clue.Clear theContinue reading “Coffee’s Comin’ Down The Tracks”
The Garage Sale
From my older collection: Living on borrowed rhyme.
Before After Darker Lighter More Less Better Worse Linear Different Here and there In between All stop The between The same No place No time One No gravity Infinity Everywhere Everything Without form Complete Full Immeasurable Indescribable All Always Heaven
A Life Reclaimed
I wrote this for an AA potluck prize a couple of summers ago and shellacked it onto a board. I’m not advocating for any particular recovery group but I really do think AA is one of the smartest, wisest recovery programs out there. Nothing’s perfect but if you read what they call The Big Book,Continue reading “A Life Reclaimed”
No Rules Just Words
This is where I get to go What I’ll write I never know Doesn’t have to follow form Doesn’t have to be the norm Whatever comes across my mind All fair game let it unwind Blank space as far as I see Waits for creativity Coloring outside the lines Search my head to find whatContinue reading “No Rules Just Words”
Navigating WordPress, Has me all kinds of stressed Really should take time to read But I have to work with speed Push this button cut that block Have me in a state of shock Content content write it now Through the menus I must plow If you make enough mistakes Looks fine after fifty takesContinue reading “Navigating WordPress”