Category Archives: Humor

Gerdy’s Tubercle


This Monday’s Poem of the Week is dedicated to all of you who experience periodic aches and pains as you move about, a process we associate with getting less young. Despite it all, we continue moving. After all, it’s more … Continue reading

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Project Clog


How many of us are unaffected by rush hour traffic, looming deadlines, personal and family demands, emails waiting for response? Not many, sad to say. Which is the reason why the following poem from my brilliant friend Dave strikes so … Continue reading

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Phraseonomics


This Monday’s Poem of the week comes again from my brilliant friend Dave, whose blog site, Phrenolopis.com, is filled with goodies, in addition to his poetry. Enjoy! This was all triggered by something I read in an article recently, to … Continue reading

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Sand Dune


I’ve been reading about consciousness and identity, and how we all eventually become stardust, from which new stuff is made. I’m grateful to my friend Dave who addressed this issue, and allowed me to post it for this Monday’s Poem … Continue reading

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How The Government Works


After tilting at bureaucratic windmills for the last several days, I came across this old post which was too true to ignore and too accurate to be really funny. See how it fits with your experience of how things are … Continue reading

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Quantum Phantom


I’m again grateful for Dave’s willingness to share his poetry during the holiday season when we are all busy getting ready for our celebrations. Monday’s Poem of the Week wishes all our readers a Merry Christmas and a healthy New … Continue reading

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And A Helmet


We’re approaching (can you believe it!) Thanksgiving this Thursday, a time traditionally filled with an abundance of food, family, and of course, football. My gratitude to Dave for allowing me to post the following poem from his wonderful collection. Please … Continue reading

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Application For Permission To Date My Daughter


For those of you who have daughters of the age where dating is a current or future possibility, this piece from the Archives is for you. APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO DATE MY DAUGHTER ~ This application will be Incomplete and … Continue reading

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Gone Today


For the upcoming months, I’m delighted to intermittently share with you the poetry of a creative writer and friend, all of whose work can be found on his website, http://www.phrenopolis.com Gone Today O, fickle firmamentYour vexing impermanenceHas somehow deleted my … Continue reading

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A Good Plan for Thanksgiving


This sounds like a good plan! An elderly man in Phoenix calls his son in New York and says, “I hate toruin your day, but I have to tell you that your mother and I aredivorcing; forty-five years of misery … Continue reading

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