Tag: Poetry

Past Imperfect – #77

This is how one turns to a life of crime and indiscretion: When your older sisters force you to wear ridiculous costumes and then torment you further by laughing uproariously, despite their inability to arrange Grandma Bennett’s heirloom china in a proper table setting. The day will come, […]

Past Imperfect – #69

Six degrees of snarkeration… Take 1: Some people will do anything to get more likes on Facebook. Take 2: Congress tries once again to pass any kind of respectable legislation this year. Take 3: The revolving door of White House press secretaries tries to put a spin on […]

Past Imperfect – #142

House #1: “I really don’t like the house to my left. Somebody up in there plays the Zydeco music like Jesus is coming every night. They leave crap in their backyard that really just needs to be thrown in a dumpster. And what the hell are they doing […]