Monthly Archives: February 2017

Oh Betty

Oh Betty Oh Betty Oh how we love thee Your meringue so firm, your pie crust the perfect flake, your coffee cake just the right amount of butter and spice. For 70 years your chiffon cake has made us feel … Continue reading

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Turning to stone

Turning to stone The young have green sticks for bones, skin like Fruit-of-the-Loom waist bands, and toe-head hair piled high in layers of chicken tails. But when the growth hormone turns off, we begin turning to stone. Each birthday is … Continue reading

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Moonlight globe

Moonlight globe The moonlight is reflecting off the glossy snow shining like good meringue. The ice capped snow is smooth and curved as a women’s belly. I can hear the wind moving the trees yet no lose crystal can the … Continue reading

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Orion sitting on the horizon

Orion sitting on the horizon Orion sitting on the horizon Has the wide world gone cockeyed? Where is the moostache moon? Winking at the does feasting in the soybeans. Orion you dance atop the trees So much to be happy … Continue reading

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