Monthly Archives: December 2015

Dearie – 33

© Bruce Louis Dodson 2015 “Hey, David!” Marvin called out from the balcony across the street. “Can I come over?” “Sure.” I guessed it wouldn’t hurt to have some company. He showed up fifteen minutes later with a fifth of … Continue reading

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Talking To Animals

  Talking To Animals How odd that people talk to pets At home, at parks, or at the vets They never answer No response Exactly what the human wants.

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Ellie’s Christmas Card – Late

I’m sorry I didn’t have time to send Christmas cards this year. I’ve been in Hollywood posing for Show Dog Magazine, and writing my new thriller novel: Helen Gore, The Bitch From Borlänge. Wishing you all a very merry Christmas … Continue reading

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Christmas Crèches

From: The Writer’s Almanac Today is the day St Francis of Assisi created the first Nativity scene in Greccio, Italy (1223). A Nativity scene, or crèche, is the special exhibition of objects that represent the story of the birth of … Continue reading

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Christ Climbed Down

Christ climbed down     Lawrence Ferlinghetti Christ climbed down from His bare Tree this year and ran away to where there were no rootless Christmas trees hung with candy canes and breakable stars Christ climbed down from His bare Tree … Continue reading

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Kat Art – 11

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Observing Sweden – Realities

By Oliver Lane    29 Jul 2015   Sweden can be proud today to have shed its long standing reputation as ‘the most boring country in the world’. The Nordic state finds itself in the grip of a terrifying crime wave … Continue reading

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Édith Piaf

Taken from:  ‘The Writer’s Almanac’ It’s the birthday of French singer Édith Piaf, born Édith Giovanna Gassion in Paris (1915). Her mother was a café singer and a drug addict, and her father was a street performer – an acrobat … Continue reading

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Cat Art – 10

“We understand more than we know.”  Margaret Atwood

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War Games

War Games “War was always here. Before man was, war waited for him. The ultimate trade awaiting its ultimate practitioner. That is the way it was and will be. That way and not some other way.” From: “Blood Meridian”  or  … Continue reading

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