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Category Archives: Poetry
Unfortunately, Not every day Can be perfectly baked In eternal sunshine And gently swaddled In unicorn stampedes. Most days, Especially those That fall during The work week, Tend to be Annoyingly riddled With wild wildebeests Hellbent on Rampaging through The … Continue reading
I miss The days, Not so Long ago, When we Could laugh About Jeb Bush. We all knew Jeb Would never Carry on The family business, But it Was fun To watch Him try To find A way To sneak … Continue reading
When I Look into The Blog Mirror, I see The version Of me I’d like The world To see. I’m confident, Cocky, Handsome, Hilarious, Thin, Fit, Successful, And ready For anything Life could Possibly Throw at me. The reflection Winking … Continue reading
On a day Both cold And dreary, I started home From work So weary. Snow had fallen Fast and heavy, Near the end Of the work day. Large, heavy flakes Most unexpected, Now covered Roads already A slushy mess. Still … Continue reading