Author Archives: Pat Cegan

Tickery

Dreams within dreams life’s seldom what it seems fantasy, illusion or plain trickery. Beware, naive ones life’s illusions dream after dream.

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Never Again

Too much beer then a lot of wine tomorrow morning you won’t feel fine How often we do things we know aren’t good to do then later complain as if this story is new There is an inner voice a … Continue reading

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Argue

Why do I argue when silence will do we can’t have a fight with only just you

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Yesterday’s Memories

Grandma’s bloomers flapping on the line canning tomatoes back in time yesterday’s memories of long ago sitting on porch swings kissen’ my beau Now the world’s full of the latest technology which is nice to have but sometimes I long … Continue reading

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More Drama

Life is quite simple we love to make it harder how we love drama

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Patchwork

Leaf patchwork red, yellow, orange quilts beneath the trees leaves fall fall leaves autumn’s shawl

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Old Fashioned Gal

A kiss without love has no flavor insincere tears lie false compliments manipulate has integrity disappeared? I’m an old-fashioned gal now that I finally understand the value of courtesy, honor modesty, morality, virtue. I’m an old-fashioned gal with grey hair … Continue reading

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