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PORING OVER RAINWATER POURING WET


  Line blocked: scraps stuck in drain; To blow through, is a hazy plan to strike them free again? No! Climb up, slide stick from high — then message get: Water flows, but tap left on, so floor is wet! … Continue reading

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Awfully Missed Rugby Opportunities


                  Fly; chance may mar, let by, The star to shoot on the sly; Apart from falling far too shy, Lacks all credence! That is why Chart how they barter goal for … Continue reading

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Ex-Clay-m About Road-Dent and Chain Reaction?


  Clay-covered, puddle emerge — hinge Round story of mouse on fringe . . . Pulses with fury, vents at chance chain stalls: Causing falls! © January 2019 Colonialist

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Lamenting a Lost Love


Calls for walk on pebbles, repenting, Lonely love, his world representing, Air wild, and shakes the trees there; Sends to knees; now in despair. © January 2019 Colonialist

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Deadly Van-dalism.


                Wheel slides in rain, glazed grip will snap Alarm box wails; gives name from mishap; Survival depends on chassis frame, But gain-bait means white van and taxi have the same . . … Continue reading

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The Mystical Treasure Map


The beginning of a treasure-hunting fantasy story in rhyme?                          © January 2019 Colonialist

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REMINDER TO THREATEN YOUNG OFFENDERS PROMPTLY


              Last memo: word with warning use Framed not to shrug off key abuse — Correction right away Makes others from crime to stay. © December 2018 Colonialist

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