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U.N. Heritage Zones

Presumably, my egalitarian nature means I perennially attack rage

and that is everywhere: on the job, in humid kitchens & backstage

As the era of forty-year mortgages ends I enter another shack age

Forced to invade darkly forested U.N. heritage zones to hack sage

I fancifully refer to my delicious duck's new digs as his quack cage

With baking soda rare my pressing dental problem is plaque beige

Put me on half-salary Jesuit masters as it is better than crack wage

Submitted: Monday, January 27, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, January 28, 2014


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The women conquered by Fess F. Parker were not Daniel Boone's

eating catfish, skinning snakes and wrapping up in gauzy cocoons

serving dinner with bamboo reeds in the absence of forks & spoons

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  • Ed Nigma (2/2/2014 5:57:00 PM)

    It appears as though we might have a lot in common. Your poems are food for though with a lot of underlying truths. You speak on many things that people are clueless to. You're an educater and I applaud that.

    Check out my poem guess who wins. Jesuits are mentioned therein.

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