December 16, 2020. Reading time 2 minutes.
On a wintry night he sneaked up behind
And whispered, “Who do you love?”
She smiled and said, “It’s you, baby boy, you know it’s you.”
So they kissed in the snow until their toes were frozen,
Then laughing, rushed home to bed. Read More
October 21, 2020. Reading time 8 minutes.
Raking leaves was doing absolutely nothing to ease my muddled mind, so I took a long walk where I encountered two adorable young lovers and some musically appreciative cows.
October 20, 2020. Reading time 3 minutes.
I have a perfect life.
So people say; so it must be.
I want for nothing, except for you.
There, I said it: I want you. Read More
September 28, 2020. Reading time 15 minutes.
My state’s cheeky nickname–Trumpsylvania–will become relevant a bit later in this post. I’ll just start by saying I come from a long line of proud Democrats.
September 25, 2020. Reading time 4 minutes.
Yesterday seemed determined to chap my ass and laugh about it. But just when I was about to write the whole day off as off as an overcooked shitburger, something happened.
September 15, 2020. Reading time 3 minutes.
Don’t quit your day job.
September 13, 2020. Reading time 7 minutes.
Characteristically, we Pennsylvanians–urban are rural– are a study, working class people. We’re also woodsy.
September 10, 2020. Reading time 3 minutes.
When he was young, my son loved to go for walks using his keen litt-boy eyes to scout for treasures.
September 4, 2020. Reading time 10 minutes.
I’m not gonna lie; as an athlete, I’m woefully lacking.
August 25, 2020. Reading time 2 minutes.
I think a 38th wedding anniversary deserves an original poem, don’t you?