Monthly Archives: June 2019

Birthday Biz

Not time to celebrate a new decade, And not much in my past I’d trade. But a birthday it is, Which one is my biz, I’d give my life till now a good grade. Lately it’s been even better, Unless … Continue reading

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Spring on the Run

What happened to the Spring Fling? I look forward to the dance Of colors in the breeze, Those we plan and those by chance, Not the muted browns of a late freeze. It certainly changes the romance, Searching for shoots … Continue reading

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To Tube…Or Not to Tube

To Tube….or Not To Tube Floating the lower Current River on a tube did not catch the imaginations of any river rats until a group of high school boys from Doniphan jumped on innertubes at Deer Lodge and headed to … Continue reading

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Slipping

Poem about new encounters Continue reading

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Spring Fever

Spring has almost sprung and I’m feeling philosophical. Why is it you find that perfect green top AFTER St. Patrick’s Day? You know, the one on the hanger under the poncho. Why is it you never run out of chocolate … Continue reading

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Tribute to Mom

My siblings are lucky, you might say, Since I’m the first of three; For more Mom could have said, “No way!” But she didn’t give up after me. She was used to babies as oldest of six, But I broke … Continue reading

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Daddy’s Girl I Wasn’t

I wish I could convince you I had been a Daddy’s girl. At birth I was early and tiny but with a powerful set of vocal chords, so my trip home was not postponed by a stint in an incubator. … Continue reading

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