Poem – Sacked (By Donal Mahoney)

  When we hire people, we like to know their limitations, said Mr. Acre, commandant of personnel.   Look at Phil with his arm and hook. We could see the problem when we hired him. We’ve hired others with limitations   not as obvious and that has backfired. You and I have limitations no one can see. If ours were obvious, someone […]

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Poem – Oddfellow (By Donal Mahoney)

  Homer’s never owned a gun, thinks they should be banned along with bombs and missiles.   Doesn’t need them in the river that flows between his mind and his emotions   where every now and then he pushes someone in  for some untoward remark.   He points to the sky first, says that’s where heaven is and gives a push […]

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