Category Archives: Poetry

Speaking of Jazz

(Editor’s note: I am pleased as punch to present the following poem by my friend and fellow jazz aficionado, Gary McCormick.  I’ll let you know when he publishes his next book of poetry.) Jazz Says by Gary E. McCormick The … 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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