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A Sure Thing [Haiku]

 

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Indubitably
Not one iota of doubt
None more sure than I

c.d,m,  2017

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Posted by on November 30, 2018 in Haiku, humor, Uncategorized

 

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Push Hillary Through

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They all travel in Lockstep agreement
media and; corrupt politicians.
All the while they’re in Lockstep agreement
beat US down with their liberal doctrines.

Such foul corruption never viewed by man
in every office of our government;
so bad it’s left a foul smell in the air
as poisons rots and corruptions foment.

Who can we trust the little people cry?
Not our President nor the F.B.I.
Not dirty Land Grabbers out in the west
who killed a citizen, for the conquest.

Expect no Justice from the D.O.J.
she met with Clinton, on the plane’s runway.
Lockstep smiles and say’s, “no harm; and no foul.”
Lady Justice they plan, to disembowel.

They bring to memory; the Fatherland
thought they were right, but did not understand;
when powers rule us with an Ironhand
the crushing blows we can never withstand.

Yet they gather in Lockstep agreement
Wikileaks report, receives no statement
Hide corruption, and misguide public view,
do anything to push Hillary through.

cheryl davis miller 10/28/16

 

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Trump Said Some Bad Words

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I think that I shall never see
this world the same politically,
Trump thought he spoke just guy to guy
not a pussified democrat spy.

Lo and behold now Hillary
says she wants no wall to protect me.
It’s not just me but you all too,
no borders for the Red, White and Blue.

That matters not, bad words were spoke.
I tell you it is a freaking joke!
Those words  are spoke time and again;
Trump thought that Billy Bush was a friend.

So ladies tell me “What think you?”
Bad words or rapist, we must purview.*
A harsh cold world that we live in;
so you throw the stone, ones without sin.

*‘social taboos meant that little information
was likely to come within the purview of women generally’
[ We’ve come a long way baby,
but this might give us the vapors]

Cheryl Davis Miller 10/8/2016

 

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The Internet

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It was the same old fight at the McAfee’s place
between mother and daughter that day.
Start’s out, ” It’s time to get off of that thing”
and get out in the real world to play.”

Megan roll’s her big blue eyes
click’s off the p.c. and sigh’s.
Mother gives a tender look
shoves her bangs out of her eyes.

She said “I kinda grew-up on the internet.”
Megan gave her a very strange look.
“It’s true” she declares, “I’ll explain it to you.”
By then Megan was on the hook.

“In my day we ‘networked’ on the telephone
we had a twenty party; phone line.
Each house had an individual ring tone
two longs and a short was mine.

It didn’t take a genius to figure it out
just which ring belonged to who.
So listening in on other folks phone calls
always gave us something to do.

There were no secrets in those days
everyone was listening in.
Just the same as it is today with
you and your Facepage friends.

Time march’s on and I soon realized,
I was squandering a lot of mine.
Sitting on your grandma’s,’Gossip bench’
listening in on the ‘party line.’

I’d almost forgotten how fun it was
to go out with my friends and see a show.
I made up my mind, to stop listening in
to get up; to get out and to go.

Well nothing is new under the sun.
All’s been said or done over time.
That’s how I grew-up on the ‘Internet’
of that old twenty party; phone line.

So don’t let yourself get lost in that web.
There’s a world out there passing by.
Go ‘reach out and touch’; someone for real
just get up and get out; give it a try.”

 c.d.m. 2011

 

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