Tag Archives: by C.P. Hickey

Read Poem: ADRIFT, by C.P. Hickey

Sometimes my branch sticks out more, it gets lonely. Although, I’m first to touch the sun, I’m also first to feel the wind and rain. People, passing by, take turns swatting at me. Drops of water settle on my upturned … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: SLIPPERY MEAL, by C.P. Hickey

 Like Tolkien’s Sméagol and Deagol, Fighting for a ring, I know two regal beagles, That consume poop willingly. Canines inclined, With impassioned zeal, Palates refined, They never yield. Gains, pains, and yellow stains. My, how those pups do yearn. Digging … Continue reading

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