Category Archives: Dunery Press

Turn to the New Page: Pond Scum

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30 Years Ago Today

(Harbert, Michigan) Frogs had everything to do with our decision on that first warm spring night of 1987 to move permanently to Michigan from Chicago. We had purchased a dilapidated┬ádump in the dunes for a song and a dance in … Continue reading

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Conned by the Text

Vexted A poem by Charles McKelvy She texted And she tweeted, And she always competed. She texted And she tweeted, And she always competed. But was she ever vexted When her grandma-ma Up and died, and She realized She had … Continue reading

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And Peace at Last

May the Lord support us all the day long till the shadows lengthen and the evening comes, and the busy world is hushed, and the fever of life is o’er, and our work is done! Then in his mercy may … Continue reading

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No Place Like Home

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It is Finished!

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Motown Made Me Do It!

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