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Poems Written in December 2010

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On the hour

the sweet smelling

antique shop

chimes ...

Then the clocks

go back to sleep.



Back to nature

and the pathless wood.



This type of mosquito

infects you with joy!

After the sting

you laugh and laugh!

4. (perfect for tonight!!!)

Hurry up Moonlight

we're waiting.

Don't dawdle

below the horizon.

The sky's a stage

and the starring lead

is pouting!


Hungry hungry Harvey

ate and ate until

there came a day

when he did say

"I think that I am full!"


Life is like

a kettle of water

with a bit of tea

stirred by a fire.


When all the music

was coming out

I was the age

to soak it up.

We thought the hits

would  never end

Then the 70's

and they did.








I raised a scarecrow from piece of straw.


the Rosetta Stone has a page of comics!


Scotland Yard? We need Scotland HOUSE!


My educational breakthrough was surviving the education I was going through.



Tom Hendricks

(editor of the 18 year old zine Musea)


For all recent poems see blog,


for past poems see Musea.us


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