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A haiku for Indiana in mid November: New garage awaits First snow: all the snow shovels Are still in storage. And a second version, this one a “not a haiku: The new garage, empty, Awaits the first snow. The snow … Continue reading
Epilogue 1 (Moose): From Moose’s Private notebook: So that’s it for my own “What I Did This Summer” story. As always, it’s true, but I’m not going to be mad if you don’t believe it. Either way, you can see … Continue reading
We returned to the local Cinemark yesterday after a long hiatus. (Trying to repair your old garage, then giving up and moving all your stuff out of the old garage so you can get some guys to come and knock … Continue reading
Elephant is heavy. Will he erase our proud flags, Or wash us with soap?
The Cave Girl claims a name, and Moose’s private “what I did this summer” essay comes to an end. After the Cave Girl finished her story, we were all quiet for a while. It was a lot to think about. … Continue reading
Foursquare is flustered, and the Cave Girl tells her story: Foursquare’s reaction to being kissed was sort of hysterical. He was glad to be kissed by a pretty girl, a little intimidated by being kissed by a pretty girl who … Continue reading
Hulk put in dollar bill. Hulk put in quarter. Hulk press small button. Hulk get two PayDay bar. This is benevolence of universe. (More in the Hulk-ku/not-a-Hulk-ku series. Notebook poetry + blog posts from phone = a week where things … Continue reading
Bored with your characters, or just want some fresh faces for a new adventure? Those amazing matchbox labels rush to the rescue with a new complete cast. That’s Motor Girl, almost certainly our heroine –she’s definitely protagonist material. The Maharajah. … Continue reading
You know that guy who lives in the double house down in the middle of the block on Shakespeare Street? The really tall guy who fixes up antique radios? He does shows at the library sometimes, where he brings in … Continue reading