Monthly Archives: October 2015

Working the Polls

Let’s install a pole in the capitol so our congressmen can better entertain on Sunday morning television. Like strippers in a dank club, they tease and tantalize their base. For just a few dollars more and a few more votes, … Continue reading

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Pokeweed Poetry

My class Saturday at the Rolesville Middle School Young Writers Conference went very well. I had fun writing with seven young ladies from the sixth, seventh and eighth grades. I was worried that poetry on demand would intimidate them and … Continue reading

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Riding the roller coaster insubstantial enough to walk through yet still be lifted and dropped, the child squeals, hands in the air, salt caked on sun burnt cheeks from having lost too many hours at the ocean.

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