Requiem For A Pigeon

   by Bill We witnessed a pigeon's demise Right here on the dock o' the Bay There was nothing we could do Nothing we could say It just wasn't the pigeon's day We tried mouth-to-beak A... read more

Poetry

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People you'll be missing and why

  by Jeannie Womack The time has come for you to move on, but I'm sure you'll be missing us while you are gone; No more ... read more

Hats

  by Jeannie Womack Joseph wore many in his life, the first one was of son, next an officer, a Dutch Marine, that to... read more

A Prince in Disguise

  by Jeannie Womack We met on the race track in '72 I couldn't resist his eyes, so blue We soon fell in love and started a li... read more

The Run

  by Jeannie Womack Running in the rain isn't the pain a non-runner might think it would be I put on my jacket that has a hood, lace up my shoes, and stretching is good I open the door, expecting more ... read more

A Saga of Seven

  This is a story in the style called rap that'll surely encourage an afternoon nap of a family of seven, their kids and their wives and something regarding their travels and lives. Now first there was Greg, a Brooklyn... read more

A girl named Lucy

  [from 1990] This is a story 'bout a girl named Lucy Otherwise known as "The Rappin' Watusi" She lays down a beat that gets your toes tappin' If your toes get tired, let your fingers do the snappin' She says "Hey bud... read more

Regenerated Aug 22 2017