Saturday, May 13, 2017

short story slam week 68, unexpected and thoughts that remain sharp


short story slam week 68, unexpected and runner up fitness, why we shall use google to maxmize our world views 

 



marie le penn

Down the Road [Friday My Town Shoot Out] 






curved seat...  


 
 who can predict our future?
anyone or none!!!!!!!!!!!
we are not discouraged
when our friends knock at our door,
posting their fat face with fat wallets


who can stop the earth from spinning?
absolutely none
we are happy and positive
about our neighbors, far distance friends
who opt to grace our world with poetry,
and write dramas pleasing our grandson

what fun is to ride
on an open sleigh
and let Jack and Jill drop their bucket pails
and sit, 
wait,
smile
scrawny finches afternoon sun
balanced brittle hammer hard thoughts on Wall Street Journal
daubs and cold picnic nails please our decent ancestors
hopefully,
tomorrow a man will rise
and write your fame into poetry rally perfects

Whirligig 111

THIS WEEK'S WORDS come from "Clothespins on the Line" by Sawnie Morris: scrawny, after, finches, brittle, balanced, hopeful, paintings, daubs, cold, picnic, nails, ancestors

poetry picnic week 45, world peace year 6,


World Peace Year Sixth, counting from 2012, to 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017, we are going strong and profound 


 
john Kerry, and Emma bonino, italy and washington d. c.

 

 

Barack Obama and George Walker bush on world peace

 

Jack Ingram sings
under the flagship of Donald Trump,
revealing some important facts:
grace,
embrace,
forgiveness,
fitbits,
yoga,
poetry sense,

Kimberly Dunn has the legs of Emily dickenson,
she masks our day with heavy raindrops
dogs and cats
they meow and bark
all the way
down to white house,
to Houston ranch,
to Pullman Jena street
and to new mexico

barack obama and emma bonino,
they put john kerry and bob dole on Walton arts center
orchestra Larson James, Dan Larson, Kim Jones,
from El Paso to Lincoln capital dome,
I hear Uncle Sam,
I hear Lilyn Cheekawood,
I hear Kayla Hale,
I hear Bri Badwell