UPDATE: I have now updated most of my poems with additional notes. So now you have a reason to re-read poems you have already seen. Its like the extras on a DVD!
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Larry Hussey Poems
My alcohol-abusing Dad said 'I love you....
After thinking about it, my dad said 'I love you.' In my mind, the words formed red and white wine-colored icicles
That's Not My Job (to make sense)
It's not my job to make sense. They should build a factory to make
My Dad gave me a Coupon
My Dad gave me a coupon for a free cup of coffee. I wish it could be a slip of paper
On the Rebound
When love's been busted your heart can't be trusted You fall in love one day
They Took My Picture at the Mall
They took my picture at the mall the other day because I was standing by a storefront. They discussed how to improve it, took a lot of measurements,
Dimensions (or My New Glasses)
What happens when what you see is in three dimensions, but they aren't
Everyone has a Weird Dream Once in a Whi...
For example, last night I had a weird dream that I was on a big, floating ship. And inside of that ship,
Help me, then leave me
Help me, then leave me. Its not a bad thing. Life lasts too long to put on a ring,
The Limits of Science (or Social Life Ho...
Science has found a cure for just about everything but being a social outcast. But the answer is to be yourself,
You Are Not Ugly
You are not ugly. Those people who make you feel ugly are themselves the ones with ugly hearts.
Mini Golf Conspiracy
A mini-golf conspiracy. How many in your party-tee? One. One?
A Story With A Moral (or The Mountain of...
My dad saved the wine cork from every bottle of wine he drank. When the mountain got too big, he saved just the special ones.
A Run on the Bank
A run on the bank and people wonder what will happen to the money that covers their nut
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(4 April 1928 - 28 May 2014)
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My alcohol-abusing Dad said 'I love you.'
After thinking about it,
my dad said 'I love you.'
In my mind, the words formed
red and white wine-colored icicles
down his chin.
The voicemail was made at around one a.m.
so it must have been a new year's resolution
that he wanted to check off right away
so he could show everybody.