Monthly Archives: September 2015

A Meeting at the Meeting House

‘Twas in Burlington, NJ, the other day. That’s directly across the Delaware from Maple Beach and Bristol Borough, PA, a couple of this writer’s haunts on that side of the river. Maple Beach is my latest intrigue, which is a … Continue reading

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Zombie Pudding and the Pope’s Arrival in Philly

Needed some fodder for this week’s journal entry and decided to do the dreaded food-shopping. Unfortunately, nothing really got my goat. An individual serving from a package of low-cal, double-chocolate, Jello pudding fell on the floor as I removed the … Continue reading

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A Not-So Daring Rescue Off Burlington Island

Burlington Island, NJ, has all the makings for a funky gore-fest novel about an apocalyptic, dystopian, inbred circus-freak haven of morbidity, with ghastly, sub-human creatures inhabiting its confines, hidden well within the overgrown vegetation on this mysterious landmass in the … Continue reading

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The Guy Everyone Loves to Hate!

Ode to the Underdog: He’s the one about whom people feel threatened, for whatever reason it may be; That he’s smarter, has more hair, is a better artist, craftsman, a better swimmer in the sea. He’s the one who’s always … Continue reading

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Satan Now Wears an Asbestos Hat: An Ode to the Summer That Never Quit:

Having had a good time at ranting and rhyming during a prior entry, I thought it would be fun to do it again; but this time, using the theme of this blisteringly hot weather that has plagued us in the … Continue reading

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Meant As Inspiration

Social Media is filled with worn-out quotes offered by wannabee philosophers, armchair politicians, and self-appointed gurus and pseudo specialists who saturate my timelines with overly sweet, sickening niceties, pasted usually as dreadful memes copped from somebody else, meant to inspire … Continue reading

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