Aging, A Limerick

Yore: a visit to my eye doctor My vision’s crap, I know that for sure He noted my age His comment was sage Young and handsome, yer no anymore (Nice.) He continued, not ready to stop My knee itched, bent to bury a pop Looked into my eye And to my surprise He said handsome … Continue reading Aging, A Limerick

Open the Door

“The door to happiness opens outward.” ~Soren Kierkegaard Doors are the subject of countless quotes, and my favorite is Kierkegaard’s. A door opening outward exudes hope, promises escape, offers sunshine, air, and limitless possibilities. The last time I escaped through a door that opened outward, searching for happiness, I instead found groceries and lead footed … Continue reading Open the Door

But Barisma— a poem

The fat lady is warming up with scales Watch today as our Constitution fails Supreme Court Justice John Roberts presides This half trial- which a stained jury decides ~ Add to Trump’s crimes felony bribery Campaign funds funneled to the GOP Elected officials bow to a traitor They’re paid off, each a political whore ~ … Continue reading But Barisma— a poem

7 or 8 Lists, Containing 7 or 8 Facts You Already Knew

Let me start, proceed, and end by telling you things you already knew. Scroll down if you would like to confirm, I offer this information without mercenary intentions. No click-bait here, not one iota (rhymes with Ray Leota), of advertising exists on this blog, there are no requests for money, and most impressively, there is … Continue reading 7 or 8 Lists, Containing 7 or 8 Facts You Already Knew

An Illusion of Healthcare 

Trumpcare is the new plan for you to buy You may keep your doctor but there's a glitch We exclude illness, so millions will die But there will be more money for the rich                                 ~ You pay for insurance, … Continue reading An Illusion of Healthcare 

Speaking of Cake

Speaking of cake, today is my birthday. Please don't comment happy birthday, because I'll ignore it. I hate everything about birthdays. I only mention mine to illustrate the fact that birthdays are just another day. If a person (I) expects people to bow at their (my) will, just this one day a year, they (I) … Continue reading Speaking of Cake