Daily Archives: July 28, 2018

davidbrucehaiku: blind rich people

https://pixabay.com/en/yacht-yacht-exterior-superyacht-1040850/ *** Blind people exist Forty-million-dollar yachts Also exist — why? *** NOTE: A $50 donation to the charity SEVA FOUNDATION will pay for a cataract operation that will allow a blind person in a third-world nation to see. Since … Continue reading

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HAIKU: CHRISTMASES PAST

Originally posted on The Reluctant Poet:
By Charles Robert Lindholm My Christmases Past Come Back To Me When Singing Carols From Childhood Copyright © 2017 Charles Robert Lindholm – All Rights Reserved    

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davidbrucehaiku: Lupin

https://pixabay.com/en/lu-ice-flower-lupin-color-2409315/ *** LUPIN *** City of flowers Nature’s high-rise apartments Lupinus flowers *** Free davidbrucehaiku eBooks (pdfs) https://davidbruceblog.wordpress.com/patreon/ Free eBooks by David Bruce (pdfs) https://davidbruceblog.wordpress.com/about-the-blogger/

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David Bruce: William Shakespeare’s 1 HENRY VI: A Retelling in Prose — Act 4, Scenes 6-7

— 4.6 — The battle started, and the English fought bravely. At one point, the Frenchmen came close to killing John Talbot, but Lord Talbot rescued him. “Saint George and victory!” Lord Talbot shouted. “Fight, soldiers, fight! The Regent of … Continue reading

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David Bruce: Police Anecdotes

Police officers in small towns with little crime sometimes come up with creative ways to keep from being bored. In Fort Fairfield, Maine (population 4,300 at the time of this incident), a police officer discovered a chicken roosting on his … Continue reading

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Edgar Lee Masters: Mickey M’Grew (Spoon River Anthology)

IT was just like everything else in life: Something outside myself drew me down, My own strength never failed me. Why, there was the time I earned the money With which to go away to school, And my father suddenly … Continue reading

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