Category Archives: plog-poetry blog

47 Stallions, All Named Stan

47 stallions, all named Stan Mostly in shades of brown or tan Some with blazes, some with socks Some with incredible mental blocks some with worms, some without Some with a fashionable disease called gout Some with training, most without … Continue reading

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plog: the season

Figgy pudding time is almost here It’s a season that we hold dear A time to reflect — and decorate And once again ponder the new year’s fate The weatherman says it’ll be crummy I’ll be wrapped up like a … Continue reading

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For The Love of God, Stop Calling Me “Sweetheart”

In rhyme or in reason ‘Tis really not the season This job truly drives me nuts Staying here makes me a putz Finally the Christmas things nothing that Santa would bring were finished by me, ya-hoo! At last — is … Continue reading

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The Grass is Greener on the Other Side, and Crankier,Too

I decided long ago that I would no longer mow The weedwhacker, it doth rent the hapless lawn, what I meant Finally I got a job This allowed me then to fob The task of cutting the grass on some … Continue reading

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A Few Words About My New Job

Oh, the sun it shines so brightly Work is not done, even slightly The sewing it drives me crazy Why I took this job — I’m hazy Oh, in three hours I’ll be done On the bus and ready for … Continue reading

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