Tag Archives: Comedy

Come To the End

Come To the Endby Michael DoyleYou want me to take you seriouslyAs you glare at me furiouslyWith your arms around the guyI caught you with before my replyYou flame me by way of “fuck you” balloonAs I advert my eyes … Continue reading

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Remember To Forget

Remember To Forgetby Michael DoyleAs long as there is lifeThere is, at least, some hopeRegardless of our strifeThis helps us to quietly copeThose things that bring us to edgeWe need to forgive as our sinThat which as brought us to … Continue reading

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The Solace of Life’s Magnitude

The Solace of Life’s Magnitudeby Michael DoyleI’ve never quite decided the tragedyIn the inches of life’s comedyIt’s all just another way to dieQuite laughable in how it brings another cryThere in the bullet that’s firedIs the bang up finish that … Continue reading

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Purveyors of Doubt

This is not aimed at all counselors out there.  More sort of a response to a show I’ve started to watch.   To those who do excellent work in helping folks sort things out, a huge thank you!  For those … Continue reading

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Daily Prompt – Lantern

Seated there on our blanket by the waterside We looked up and watch the lanterns glide Holding you close and safe we took this all in As I listened to our love blossom and begin You told me of how … Continue reading

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Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: Molière – Tartuffe

Born on January 15, 1622, Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, was best known by his stage name Moliere and became famed as a French playwright and actor prior to death on February 17, 1673.  He is considered by man as one of the … Continue reading

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Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: Joseph Andrews – Henry Fielding

Henry Fielding died on October 8, 1754 Henry Fielding lived from April 22, 1707 until October 8, 1754.  During his life, this Englishman was a novelist and playwright known for his earthy satire and as the author of Tom Jones.  As … Continue reading

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Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: Don Quixote – Cervantes

At least once in his life, William Faulkner said that he read Don Quixote once a year like some folks read the Bible.   It seems an interesting coincidence that the day I stumble across a Faulkner quote used as … Continue reading

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