The Secret of Longevity is Levity?

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 One of the things not on my to-do list:  Living to be 110. Oldest Holocaust survivor, Alice Herz-Sommer, dies at 110 in London after living in Israel for 40 years. She knew Kafka.… Continue reading

Where to Sleep

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This was fun to write. It just seemed so….natural. 🙂

Civilization in Haiku?

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Okay.  I’m awake and obsessed for the moment with trying to figure out Haiku.  I’m choosing a picture I don’t understand–mainly because I could barely see it at the time I took the… Continue reading

Ode to a Cat-dog

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The poem popped out at me from seeing the picture. Funny how that works.

DRILL AND SPILL

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JC met me in the lobby, as usual, acting like he was happy to see me.   If I saw me in a lobby today, I wouldn’t be happy to see me.  … Continue reading

Tell Me

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I do so love writing poems for Cats at the Bar Pictures.

Frustration

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It’s midnight now and mom can’t sleep. I’m waiting patiently for feet to lay upon when she’s in bed, a place to rest my tiny head  . I don’t know why she’s so… Continue reading

Edgar Kitty Poe

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This poem was soooo much fun to write! Thanks, Tom for sending me this great picture of Edgar Kitty Poe!

Tell Me Again

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Great picture. Thankfully, the excellent photographers likes the poems I write and lets me use them on his cat pictures. 🙂

Interview with Humor

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 To all those who have never met me before, I’m FloridaBorne’s Common Sense.  Stop staring at the air—I’m down here on the floor knocking a tiny fist at the bottom of your computer… Continue reading