Monthly Archives: October 2008

Murder of Mr. P. Kin

  Mr. P. Kin was found early this morning, lying motionless at his home at Gardener lane. His innards had been taken in no doubt some twisted eating frenzy cult affair. Ms. B. Crocker, a neighbor, was questioned but released as she … Continue reading

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Contrasts of tide and time

Oh Moon of our ancients should I see you in the same light I too might believe the more your magic. Though even now I wonder at your power and delight in the high contrast shadows that flow like ink across the … Continue reading

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It’s a BIG 1

There are days I feel so small and wish I were bigger than big taller than tall. I would be handsome for all to see, I’d put on fall colors and say look at me. But then I think that if I … Continue reading

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Old poem New words

Itsy bitsy spider climbed up a crooked rail, down came his web in a rain of hail, out came the sun and cooked his little brain and as the hail began to melt it washed him down the drain!

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