Monthly Archives: August 2012

Unexpected Poetry #3

And now, a haiku from the same monkey article, with only two words deleted for syllabic reasons. Reports of monkeys riding on backs of wild pigs have not been confirmed. Advertisements

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Unexpected Poetry #2

This time, we draw from none other than the New York Times Magazine. More specifically, from an article about a rogue monkey in Tampa. Read on. What’s a Monkey To Do in Tampa? That fall, it materialized in a low-income … Continue reading

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Unexpected Poetry #1

DISCLAIMER: I am not a poet. However, I do appreciate poetry (good and otherwise), and this will hopefully be the first in a series of questionable prose that is, at least in part, questionable because it should have been a … Continue reading

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If you can read this…you’re too close.

Let’s be honest: this post has been a long time coming. I live in New Jersey. We gotta talk about the driving here. “But…” you say, “the driving is bad in lots of places. Driving in Manhattan, driving in DC? … Continue reading

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