Thursday, August 2, 2018

I saw Jesus in my bedroom. Amen. Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

clicking poems: 'The Street Series I & II'

I lived on Louisa Street, a passing walk. I I was grown and reared if height is taller – I mean not notches cut on bark – I mean the canopy – wisdom I holler – I lived on Louisa Street, a passing walk. II The lawns were mowed with blades by barbers in martial arts on mats of moves, kicking out... Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Can one benefit from an elderly person, sharing their nostalgic interests?

She stood from her white Sunbrella 1800 outdoor chair that her grandson brought tied to the trunk of his classic red 1964 Chevrolet Impala. She walked slowly and gracefully to the door. “Who is it?” “It’s Dr. Beck. I want you to come with me to the lounge for afternoon tea.” I The Saturday Night 🌹... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, July 30, 2018

Do you ever fear food’s tainted?

His green eyes stared into grief that edged into Ranger Jerry’s facial lines over the tragedy. 📫 THE MONDAY POST TRACK 2 📫 THE STORY BEAN PRESENTS 🗽 ☕ 🚑 🌅 🚙 P M D â ☕ A) a feudin n’ a fightin’ 💖 🚙 break n’ note Clubhouse 🐤 Feudin’ And Fightin’ Dorothy Shay. Topic. The Park Avenue Hillbilly... Sign in to see full entry.

Saturday, July 28, 2018

What have you added to your life that makes you happy ever after loves?

He took it as a memorial to the time he risked his life, going on a gallop with her at Exmoor in England. And then Don walks over to Chic. Chic stands and they shake hands. Don grips it tightly. He releases it and Chic stares at his red right hand and then at Don politely. 📫 THE MONDAY POST A)... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, July 27, 2018

Have you thought of dating a stranger the first time you meet loves?

Talk about, counting your chick before she says yes to the first date. THE FRIDAY COFFEEHOUSE POST A) 🐽 The Soap Lab 💅 ✍ 🌇 This anthology series has been on Blogit for almost as long as me. Up to now, it’s been based on an idea for a daily daytime drama that I had in 1965. Today it’s my pleasure... Sign in to see full entry.

Thursday, July 26, 2018

clicking poems: 'A Poem After Malice'

a climatic crushing mood of purple gloom 💫 The Thursday Times Blog Review 🌠 🌆 💫 TALES TO THRILL 👮 💥 A Poem After Malice 💨 The sky changed color from cool blue to a climatic crushing mood of purple gloom from the Yankees and Cincinnati Reds hitting runs in Moscow’s and the Streets of... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Do you have a favorite wild animal or bird that comes to your backyard love

Haiku The sky turns to gray and the grape leaved canopy shakes the fruit and squirrel. B) a brief thought By the way, Frilly the squirrel’s doing fine – the same squirrel since I moved to my present place in 2008. He’s bright eyed and fully bushy tailed (after injury from a cat), and has a mate that... Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Like my father, a foreman - is losing job traumatic on a family loves?

He stands at the front of the lobby. It’s filled with former Daily News employees that were laid off by its new owner the Midwestern Tronc Inc. In Union Square at the Gazette Building, New York Gazette Reporter Claudine Beaumont holds up her hands. C The Saturday Night ž POST A) Covers of Songs —... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, July 23, 2018

How would you respond to a wild animal with zombie behavior-disoriented?

And no person would want a raccoon hat The TUESDAY Afternoon Post A) Billy Bayway’s Column 🗽 ☕ 🎭 COMEDY 🎭 Theater ® The comedy very short stories anthology Comedy Theater ’s a concept that I thought of as a teenager. ¸ 🎦 break n’note ON BROADWAY 🎈 Comedy Tonight Zero Mostrel C Harold Prince,... Sign in to see full entry.

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