Tag: Poetry

Past Imperfect – #272

At first glance, this photo appears to be documenting the moment when the Delta Airlines marketing team came up with that “We love to fly and it shows!” slogan back in the day, a phrase that subsequently and unintentionally caught on with a certain cannabis-favoring segment of the […]

Past Imperfect – #340

Peggy: “I’m so bored holding this position while they adjust the lighting.” Bunny: “Well, I must say that I shouldn’t be bored, considering what’s right in front of me. But since I’m apparently missing one of my eyes, my depth perception is a bit off. Are you stacked […]

Past Imperfect – #578

Jordan, left: “I see that you have once again misunderstood my very specific directives about our attire this evening. I hope you’re proud of yourself.” Joseph, right: “I misunderstood nothing. You said that I was to wear a formal tie and a boutonnière. I have done both, despite […]

Past Imperfect – #63

It was shortly after this startling moment at her birthday party that Little Doris began to search for adoption papers hidden in attic boxes. But first, she might as well snag one of those delicious chocolates. No need letting that go to waste…   Previously published in “Crusty […]