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I missed “Poem in your pocket day”

Dagnabit. It was on April 14th. I found out about this through Digital Cuttlefish, but is it now too late to properly participate? Alas, there is a lack of calendars to track this type of information. Oh, what am I … Continue reading

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To Dial-Up Land I go again

To Dial-Up Land I go again To family not seen. As usual my posts shall be, then, Few and far between. Still, I’ll write a little when there is time or inclination. Only one or up to ten — depends … Continue reading

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God loves poetry? No wonder people keep looking for what rhymes with Jesus

Via Melvillehouse Publishing I learn of a group trying to bring good out of the vitriol spewed by Westboro Baptist Church. Using the press releases published by the WBC, the poets erase the words they don’t want and what’s left … Continue reading

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When you’re writing poetry instead of sleeping..

you may as well turn on the computer and share the damned thing. Resurrect the past? I can’t. Why? Because a moment does not last and every blink of eye takes it further away. Even though my brain pretends it … Continue reading

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A little light poetry

Dial-Up Land’s the place to be With gifts beneath “O Christmas Tree.” And such delights a break shall bring Tho’ it disrupts this blogging thing. No fear, fair readers, I’ll return to thee. Count four days and four nights, too … Continue reading

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The One Minion Search Party vol. 43

Getting back into the swing means looking at more search results to see what ultimately lures people in my direction. So, a small sampling since it’s been a few weeks since I last did this: how much should i pay … Continue reading

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Saskatchewan Library Week is almost done

but there’s still a chance to win a Galaxy Cinema gift card worth $100 if you bring your completed (or at least attempted) Power Grid to any Saskatoon Public Library. Today’s cheats: Visit the Library’s art gallery and name one … Continue reading

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It really is that warm this weekend

It’s twenty-five degrees Thanksgiving weekend. Thirty years ago they would have called it “Indian Summer.” Now in P.C. times it’s global warming and we’re to furrow our collective brows with worry and alarm. Is that really why it’s hot outside? … Continue reading

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another poem related to funny, yet not

I gave myself the chore of writing something funny. The trouble is it’s hard to tell what is or isn’t half the time. Self-deprecating humour keeps comedians in gravy and nice suites and I know it’s my routine as well … Continue reading

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It’s hard to be funny

So, I made this promise to a friend, see, that I’d find something funny to write about. Only, I don’t know what on earth that might be. Humour’s like beauty in a way, an eye of the beholder kind of … Continue reading

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