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Halloween

“Howl!” said Allen Ginsberg “Ah-ooo, werewolves of London,” said Warren Zevon Walt Whitman said, “I sound my barbaric yawp over the roofs of the world.” I see them, two of them Staggering down the sidewalk Bumping like drunks along the … Continue reading

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Dictionary ABC Poem

Application complete? Good. Buffer states are important in our society, although we Call them Disinterested Ethnological Compounds, each a Fulcrum of Gangway politics, Hortatory TV speeches, and the Inevitable plethora of surveillance cams. Juggling a pluralistic society ain’t fun, kid. … Continue reading

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