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Poetry by Moi: Jury Duty Edition

In my prolonged absence, many things have brought me thisclose to hitting that “new post” link and typing away. But I haven’t. Until today. Because today, I have…. JURY DUTY (dun dun DUUUNNNN!). You know what is so blog-postingly-inspiring about jury duty? The people! Yes these people who have felt so committed to perform their … Continue reading

i poemed about cheese

i poemed about cheese

Have I made it clear how much I love cheese? If not, allow me this opportunity to make it perfectly clear. I love that shit. And like laila does, when she loves something, she poems about it. Yeah I just made poem into a verb. Here we go…               … Continue reading

ode to the 100-calorie pack

Upon starting a new job on december 19 I was given little to sink my teeth into As I must patiently wait  for holidays to end And the docketing of legislation to continue To stave off my boredom I read up on old laws The minute I walk through the door But as usual I … Continue reading

Fat Girl in a Zaftig Girl’s Body

Because I am what the title of this post says I am, I simply cannot stay away from doing another poem in honor of my lunch, despite how much I’ve tried over the last few days to come up with a post with more substance. You may have noticed that my posts have been lacking … Continue reading

the sandwich rap

(this is written to the tune of Biz Markie’s “Just a Friend“) Have you ever made a sandwich that you’d love to eat to not inahale it in the morning, was such a feat let me tell you a story of my situation a lunch I made to eat at my work station the way that … Continue reading