Category Archive: work

Over

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Overcrowded lives pulled a thousand different ways know not how to live. Desiccating dreams pounding at a worried mind powdering the will. Recreational Inaccessibility hardening the heart. . Flower of the soul blossoms… Continue reading

Fighting back

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Rivers of paper flowing seas of garbage to government storage. Fines, fees, recoupment, a caldera boiling lavas of sorrow. We climb treacherous mountains of regulations destroying forests. Auditing Legions following orders scream out… Continue reading

Poetry War – Dilemma of the Jobless

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Don’t you know Hop-Along Cassidy rides a WHITE HORSE!?! Those who ride WHITE HORSES are the Good Guys! How could you associate him with a Horrible poem full of Made Up words? (Even… Continue reading

Yes, I’m being catty

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Crappy days, like weeds, grow in the worst places. A tangle of paperwork, the hell hounds of government funding. . Stress, an avalanche accumulating flakes inevitably bury excellence in lieu of survival. .… Continue reading

Crappy Day?

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What is your definition of a crappy day? Mine started out when I was up half the night, then tried to work the next day without a text reader.  After I detected the… Continue reading

Laryn-fracking-gitis

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I’m sooooooo tired.  How tired am I?  Here’s my really lame poem for the day: Think kind, blank mind. Think rose, rank toes. Can’t  think, Can’t drink. Don’t care if my feet stink.… Continue reading

Letting Sleeping Coon Cats Lie

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Ever have one of those days where you really, really should have stayed home?  I have really, really got to stop trying to work the day after a pull, drill or fill.  You’re… Continue reading

Mitry

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“Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.”    Gandhi. The best picture frame in the house sits hidden on a shelf, protected from the light of a mirrored… Continue reading

The Romanian Bridal Train of Regrets and the Dream Job of Life

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How many people with 6 decades of life in back of them can say, “I have no regrets?” Only the ones who are delusional. How many people approaching retirement age can say they… Continue reading

Can Enemies Become Friends?

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  Short answer: Yes, it can happen. It takes building a bridge over time using a foundation of consistency and the willingness to see past your prejudices. Long answer: My degree is in… Continue reading