Peggy the Personification Pig has proven too popular. She must have her own blog. In the future, you can click on the Peggy link above to be directed to her site. She is quite the . . . ham. She wrote a poem to celebrate her day at Chouteau High School.
I am a pig of many roles.
A pig of many rolls.
You helped me see my dream.
You helped me to believe
A pig can be queen for a day.
Her name is Alicia
And the photo next to the title
Of her story is a black and white shot
Wherein she rests her left cheek
Against her right denim-clad knee.
Her glowing face reveals
Baby fat on her cheeks.
Her closed-mouth smile is Mona-Lisaish
In its knowing. Continue reading “A Writer in the Norton Introduction to Literature was Born in 1981”
The Owl and the Pussy-cat went to sea
In a beautiful pea green boat,
They took some honey, and plenty of money,
Wrapped up with a compound bow. Continue reading “Call Eney Time! (Craig’s List Poetry)”
I have lain in the exquisite pleasure
Of a strong, loving man’s arms,
And I have slept where the creek
Flows in the summer evening,
And made my bed in the breeze
Of a fall day near the meadow’s edge, Continue reading “Craig’s List Poetry: Truffle Bed”
Bedroom suit. No bed.
Perhaps there are other rooms
Your pine attire will match,
Though do not forget the armoire,
Which for some reason,
Is easier to spell than “suite.” Continue reading “Pine Suit”