humor, New Year, New Year's Eve, photo, poem, poetry, satire

New Year’s Eve

It's New Year's Eve. Bring on the loudness and the cheer. Over drinks, change is conceived. Put on a smile, have no fear. Start all over. Begin anew. So many plans, so much hope. Perhaps list a few, before realizing, what a dope. New Year's resolutions, just habit or custom, is a cover and not… Continue reading New Year’s Eve

autumn, daylight savings, poem, poetry, satire, writer

Daylight Savings Came to an End

Go ahead and end daylight savings. Oh wait, it's done. Too late to say a thing. I was so excited, I forgot to sing. It was for our good. Doesn't it have a nice ring? No magic with dawn or dusk happened overnight. But the benefits are great! Uh, can't identify what they are. Aren't… Continue reading Daylight Savings Came to an End