Category Archives: Pop culture

My comments on current events in popular culture.

#OctPoWriMo entry #6 — Tantalizing

Tantalizing Tantalizing temptations show a future that will never materialize A desirable object that will always be just out of reach Promising to quench your thirst, but leaving you forever parched Offering delicious fruits that can never be harvested Don’t … Continue reading

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#OctPoWriMo entry #4 — Purple

Purple Where are the purple people? The red states and blue states united across party lines to do what is best for the nation as a whole? I know they are out there. Purple prose floods the internet, trading insults … Continue reading

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#OctPoWriMo entry #3 — Sparkling

Sparkling She is a sprite, a glowing dot, daughter of a spark from the burgeoning fire. She dances just outside reality, watching her mother ignite the flames. She is learning her future job, seeing how to turn up the heat. … Continue reading

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My First Rifle

for his fifth birthday, Davey got a Cricket rifle, single shot though it was loaded by mistake a single shot is all it takes the present was so gaily wrapped no sign how badly judgement snapped to make and sell … Continue reading

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Guest Post by Donald Ford–Unexpected Benefits of Writing

Donald Ford was gracious enough to give me permission to use his inspiring post as a guest blog. Here’s the story the way Donald told it: I love going out to a mall with my wife and daughter shopping. They … Continue reading

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