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what remains
after days and days,
days and more
days?  count the
platitudes.  count the anger,
sorrow.  count the dead.

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I finally got around to doing my collage for the Congo writing challenge at the Ekphrastic Review (my poem was not chosen), above.

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It seems our President has decided to skip even the platitudes.

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16 thoughts on “headlines

  1. Powerful. And you’re right. He’s not even doing the platitudes–he’s now talking to the basest.

    On another note, I was thinking about you this morning while I was out walking. The crows had a lot to say. I got a photo of one lecturing away to a goose who just didn’t care.

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