Category Archives: Wordplay

Flagellation


You’d think that interest would now flag In an outdated strip of rag; But, no! The Court now seeks to screech That use of it makes up ‘Hate Speech’; OK, the ban is not complete, But use at all might … Continue reading

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Going at Unsteady Gates


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Really Awful Weak


A moanday starts off the workday week, And moans will quite abound; With chooseday you choose a rest to seek — No energy you’ve found; On whensday you ask when will it end, This awful drudgery? By thirstday you’re going … Continue reading

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Health Exploded in Rhyme.


Should I leave out my health report? Well, as to that, let me retort That matters of this sort I cannot just abort, Or posts will come to naught. Though I have suffered tests galore Todays exams will lead to … Continue reading

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A really awfully boring day.


  It is that time of month again I had to sit and wait in vain, For in-vein jabbing to extract, To phial, some of my blood, so fact Of the results be placed on file; But, finally, it did … Continue reading

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Sleeping rough; flowers around but all not well


Ha! Some windows of opportunity seem to be popping in and out of the internet. Let me see if I can get any of my stored posts through . . . Cut dogwood under stars rough bed to make, There … Continue reading

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Struggle Propaganda for Gaggles


How messy, taking courage as mantra that talk May lean on a magic way to exist; Stories feed the soul with struggle myths and don’t balk, For the vulnerable on which to subsist. © June 2019 Colonialist

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