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Big Is No Little Adjective. (revised)

The Off Brand

Taking Up Alley Living

YOU DO NOT GROW OLD

Out On The Street



THE MILES THAT ARE LEFT TO GO...

I Need To Fly

Burying the Dark

Judging The Rain

Mister Misbegotten.

The Haircut Thing

The Bare Bones

Lull the Day to Night

I Came From Water

Every One of Us Has a Door....

The House Is Alive

THEY NAMED ME ENOUGH

THE CRYPT OF THE KEPT AND THE KEEPER

UNDECIDED

Patch-Worked Trilogy

To Them, I am Dead, I am Dead

Uncovered

Someone Send Out A Search Party

Knock, Then Come Through

Elise, Elise

Great Big Waterproof World

The Blue Buffalo

Little Man Orange--My Mister Peanut Butter Trout

Wisdom of the Infinite

THE STITCH IN THE TELEPHONE WIRES

The Differences

The Springtime Shadows Play Games Upon The Wall

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21st Century Proverbs...more will be added, you wait and read...


a mirror
does not always reflect

seeing
is often limited

clothes
hide the man

a smile is no smile
without matching eyes

Mother and Father
are not titles or names
but indicate biology

friends
are those you choose
to love you
as you are

miles are more than roads
but wrinkles
and scars
the pathways
we wear on the inside

animals see far better
than their eyes
their hearts have
special talents

a hand up
can readily slap you down
a hand out
can have strings
but those who have nothing
give all they have

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random thought dots and suppositions...suspect to change
and the changing of the mind and times....





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