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Living on the Edge By Tom D ‘Living on the edge’, a free man said, with eyes wide and bright, and twitching for a fight, ‘Is better than a cravens bed, where dreams are false, and filled with dread,’ someone … Continue reading
Nerves Ending By Tom D It’s become an epidemic, A plague of notoriety, It daily afflicts it victims, It’s merely called anxiety. It’s the thief of our peace, The robber of sobriety, Its origins are abundant, Yet its feelings lack … Continue reading
Freud asked ‘what do they want?’ As if they really know. As if a simple forthright answer, would somehow satisfy…. satisfy what? As if any man or woman really could… somehow articulate a feeling, an answer, an emotion, a witty … Continue reading
Ubiquitous antipathy, Produces pejorative emnity, Consequently ambiguously, We copesetically extenuate, And serendipitously obliviate.
Love devours, Willing couples, Who for endless hours, Forget their troubles, Through intimate nights, And devoted days, Keep their sights, On each others ways.
By Tom D What rhymes with Dachshund? I know it’s not Amphibian. But don’t tell that to Darbie the dog, Who loves to lick both toad and frog, And chases them most every night, well, you know how toads like … Continue reading