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Brandon’s One-Liners

Brandon’s One-Liners

I have an antique candy cane. But it’s still in mint condition. I wrote a book about bankruptcy. It ends after chapter 11. Some of my jokes are topical. Which are Jokes for external use only? I saw a milk carton that said 2% milk. I assume the other 98% was the carton. I have […]

Through The Tall Grass

Through The Tall Grass

Hard to believe, these things usually are, and if you’ve never experienced anything like this, you won’t believe it, but I do. My father told me one evening over dinner, he’d never told a soul before, not even mother when she was alive. It happened years ago, I was very young and mother had taken me to visit […]

Sand

Sand

The sea was before him, the cliffs were behind. So he sat down and thought, till a thought came to mind. “I’ll build me a house. There’s plenty of sand.

L.A.

L.A.

My second hometown, not born there, just lived there many years. I know the streets, hills, signs, landmarks. A lot of struggle

Blossoms

Blossoms

Who shall stay the morning, when blossoms open to the sun? Who shall stay the passing day, the blossoms every one? Who shall stay the evening, or the timely blossoms fall, in the orchard on the hillside, there beyond the garden wall? Go and love the morning. Love the day, both rain and sun. Go […]

The Brook

The Brook

She took the flower,
the flower she took,
that came down with the water,
that came down with the brook.

Memory

Memory

My memory begins with water in my nose. It is the earliest thing I can remember. Lake Champlain in Vermont, I am one and half years old in my little bathing suit. My parents are on their way across the country, my dad has a job waiting for him in Renton, WA at a large […]

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