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The Smell of a Summer Storm 2018

On a warm summer night in the mountains, you can smell the coming storm. Like the smell of fresh cut grass in the twilight hour between day and night, the smell of a summer storm is distinct to the season. 229 more words

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Timeless Relic

Old abandoned cabin in the countryside
Lot of places for a ghost to hide
A safe, quiet spot for a spirit to dwell
Might not be Heaven, but at least it ain’t Hell 123 more words

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Week in Review 7.8.2018-7.14.2018

Here’s what I was up to this week. In honor of the 12th anniversary of Pink Floyd founder Syd Barrett’s death, my poem of the week was a touching tribute piece, … 728 more words

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Shawn Michaels Mr. WrestleMania Collection

WrestleMania. WWE’s flagship event. The grandest stage. The grandest spectacle in all of professional wrestling, and the dreaded “sports entertainment.” Over the years, many men and woman have walked the isle to the ring, walked the isle to career defining moments, matches, and greatness. 471 more words

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Something About A Sunset (Summer 2018)

There’s something about a sunset, regardless of the season. In the summer, they take on an extra air, an extra flair of beauty from nature’s painter creating the scene. 166 more words

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Tea Parties & Madcap Laughs - Remembering Syd Barrett 12 Years Later

On July 7, 2006, the world lost one of rock’s brightest minds and tragic souls. Roger Keith “Syd” Barrett, founder and guiding force behind Pink Floyd died at 60, born January 6, 1946. 304 more words

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Week in Review 7.1.2018-7.7.2018

Here’s what I was up to this week. Victory Marches is a poem fitting for the holiday week though I’m not sure exactly in what way. 774 more words

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