Fire ant in hipScurrying down my stump,Engulfing my paw. Snake restrictsUnable to shift.Hot water,Epsom salt.Subdue the sting,Relax the grip. “Come, my husband.Sit a spellAnd answer me this, Why do I love cats?” No thought, no concern.Words found their wayThrough the mazeHe did say, “Because you’re a psychopath.” Once again, I did ask,“Why do I loveContinue reading “A Conversation With The Husband”
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If I Should Die
If I should die before I wake,I pray the Lord, my Soul, to take.But before you do, make sure I’m dead.Then burn me up and spread my ashes all over this land.