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Poetic Interlude XXII

I toast my few remaining friends That I can’t seem to lose (Though loyal to the utter end They don’t support my views) The spin and spurn my brethren From pristine, primrose, pews. The holy fire still comes to me … Continue reading

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Post the Forty-Fifth: In Which Tesla Has Apparently Been Naughty (Poetic Interlude V)

Oh, Gentle Reader! I started the new job, writing, today. While it’s more challenging than I had anticipated, it’s not bad at all. At any rate, you only get a demi-post and a poetic interlude, because my fingers are cramping … Continue reading

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Post the Fortieth: In Which We Find Poetic Interlude IV

Good afternoon, Gentle Reader. I’m not settled enough to do a proper post of either type; my cogs are whirring fast enough that they’ll break a tooth sooner rather than later. Therefore, I’m breaking my promise of photos and a … Continue reading

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Post the Twenty-Seventh: In Which There Is More Poetry (Poetic Interlude II)

Apologies, folks. I promise that I’ll be writing more interesting things soon – for today, we’ve got another poem. Youth Oh, pretty little meteor, Burning hot and bright! Consuming all in front of you; Crashing through the night – Why, … Continue reading

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