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Robert Sheridan

El Dente

Projection
Impression
Snapping
Whiplash
Scratched
Significant
Enforcement
Amb ulance
Goose cooked
Depression
*The rain in
Spain oft times
causes much
pain...!

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Wolf Pack

Mass attack tactics
Metaphoric course
An animal strategy
Quite the literal - a
greeting of escorts.

Patrol in a family -
requirements are
tight knit, need an
alliance, nothing
hypothetical.

No independence
No loaners - work
together towards
an end result ...
always sufficient.


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Boomslang Snake

Deathstyle snake toes
DRT bruiser non-flumpus
Will bite with kickassocity
Caus' its fangs are stuffmuncher.

First, an afflickaration
Then you'll be limbic
Break yourself - you're
heartbeat will be kifed.

Then the snake will say, 'Hey!
Calm down. I didn't mean
anything by it. You don't have
to get all vehemenent about it.'


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Battle of the Herrings

A fishing action
North of France
1429 took place
Cause of battle
French vs. English
Anticipation/baited breath
River – flat plain
Set up strategy
Hook/line/sinker
British attacked first
French were slow
English bombarded fish
French did not
want to get
their shoes wet
Were most certain
outflanked by British
French counter attacked
Used Brie instead
of slippery worms

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Dark Becomes Dawn

Dark as pitch - Dawn spreads light
Dark as dead - Dawn expires graves
Dark withers - Dawn freshness wears
Dark un-paths - Dawn re-strides.

Dark dapples gray - Dawn paints days
Dark specters doubt - Dawn assuredness' gate
Dark limitless plain - Dawn corrals night
Dark swifts shadows - Dawn hastens un-obscures.

Dark dissolves pace - Dawn zeniths one's range
Dark devours - Dawn sun rises
Dark bends down relief - Dawn uplifts sight
Dark dismantles - Dawn scatters golden arrows.

Dark de-flames - Dawn matches day
Dark invisibles - Dawn globes light
Dark unfolds dark dreams - Dawn un-sanctions screams
Dark submissively retires - Dawn crimson splendor.

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Unconscious Sufferer

Tossed his hands in the air
Had it up to here, would no
longer take the time to lay
one hand near her; she sat
down to cry, was looking
for sympathy, but it was no
where to be found, he closed
the door behind him softly;
more softly than she had
ever treated him - lied from
the start; was not love at
first sight, but supposedly
fell in love over time; he
often suspected that she
also cheated; the irony
was that she threw him
out, with nothing more than
the clothes on his back -
that's gratitude for twenty
eight years, and on top of

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Goodnight Till The Morning Sun

Walking
Walking upon white sands
Imprisoned by thoughts and narrow walls
That holds no comfort within right now
Walking
Walking beneath the sun
Yes warm
But feel embraced by the coldness
As hands touch loneliness
Down on hands and knees I go
To touch the warmth once more
But through clouds of smoke
I search for you
And the sun
Oh hear my voice upon the ocean
Within your dreams
Till the morning sun appears
And as sunshine warm your face
Open your eyes in joy
And know my thoughts are with you

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Desmond Barrow

Was a singer, lost his voice
Was sent by his doctor to
a Sangatarium – a resort
for the improvement of
one’s voice; met Molly, a
nurse – also liked to sing,
heard her rehearse; told
Molly she had a pretty
voice, would she like to
come sing in his band;
In a couple of years they
built-up the band, changed
the name to the ‘Barrow
Gang’ – Desmond’s middle
name was Clyde, Molly’s
middle and last were Bonnie
and Parker - their music and
singing was as melodious as
a Chicago Typewriter; were
not a hit with the ‘G Men’,

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Annual Review

In effect, the same as
smacking-the-tar out
of your dog a year later
for having pooped on
the carpet – come hell,
or high-water...
And as-far-as your boss
is concerned, you just
fell out of the stupid
tree if you think he’s
going to give you more
than five percent...
And even though you’ve
proven time-and-time
again you’re a success,
they still view you as
being at-the-bottom
of the corporate structure...
So, what’ya do, you start
looking for another job

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Voyager

Was thinking about taking a trip
But on the subject of the matter
I couldn’t make a decision – a
simple thing like this shouldn’t
require much thought – let’s see
now, is it called travel or passage;
will it be short or long; will it be
by flight or over water; will it be
a journey or expedition; will it be
a written account or the account
itself; will it be an enterprise or
undertaking; will it be to the Mts.
or the seven seas; will it be foreign
or to a local place; will it be
considered as material for a narrative,
or used in the plural; will I sail across
a desert or traverse the ocean depths;
will I bear the burden or use a transport;
Now my head is spinning ‘round – just
need to find a neutral corner – dear dairy...

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