Monthly Archives: May 2012

Solving the US Postal Service Problem in a Consumer-Friendly Way

This isn’t a poem, but a letter I wrote to the editors of local newspapers, who ignored it.  That makes this letter prime grist for this blog.  It’s all in fun,or is it?   A Modest Postal Proposal As you … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day Poem, On Her Day

This is a poem I wrote a few weeks ago, which honors mothers.  No one else could do what they do.   The Heart Remembering   Mother’s Day is drawing near, The saddest day of every year. I lost my … Continue reading

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Mother-Related Poems in Honor of Their Big Day Coming Up

Here is an irreverent poem, inspired by an old Friends episode about an ugly baby.  Here’s mine.     The Ugly Baby  The ugly baby has a face Frankenstein might like, certainly not a mother, unless it’s a mother mole … Continue reading

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