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Empress of the Winkies

“We’re not in Kansas anymore, Toto,” She said offhand while looking out Her penthouse view of Emerald City, Plush pillows puffed around her And her little dog, to whom she Addressed droll commentary With a slow rotation of her right … Continue reading

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Brother, Can You Take Me Back?

A Wanderer and a Vagabond am I. I am seed, scattered by the Sower on rocky soil—without root—who will wither and die. I spent my early childhood leaving playmates on Army post after Army post according to my father’s duty … Continue reading

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