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2017 US Congress

Donkeys act like name. Right-wing Elephants, the same. Greed, ego block sun. Advertisements

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“An Alliterative Absurdity”

The radiant rays of a reticent sun resolutely remain reclused behind a resplendent rose-colored cloud. They refuse to reappear as requested by the resounding roar of ritualistic revivalists who seek to recruit the reluctant rural residents with their reinvigorated regimen … Continue reading

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“The Sun Has Gone South” (A Triolet)

The sun has gone south for another day and left behind a land of snow and ice. Decimated trees on dark houses lay. The sun has gone south for another day. No sparkling diamonds under skies of gray. More snow … Continue reading

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