(g) Plausible Proposition (6/29)

Plausible Proposition

Distant connections
Not on my home court
I made plans –
To catch up
And it didn’t work –
So I wonder who is laughing?

House chores, laundry
Walking about two
to three hours a day
To lose the weight gained
While away… now the
Garden calls…

I am in a non-routine
Venue for the summer
That is just the way of it
Soon they’ll be the Fourth
And other birthdays and
More time away…

So send me links or
Email me – you might
Just get a quicker response –
Because it seems
I may be unable to catch up –
Hope you can laugh with me…

©JP/dh

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(g) ‘Inn’ tertwined ‘Inn’ terpretations (6.24)

‘Inn’ tertwined ‘Inn’ terpretations

Yesterday – several fender benders
And ‘alligators’ – parts of tires left from other
Accidents line the sides of the roads

Some ‘roadkill’ being devoured
By the highway buzzards
Who evidently know where to look.

Yesterday a pizza delivered was dinner
Close to the tenth hour of the eve –
To the Inn of choice when traveling…

As a member of the ‘club’
We sometimes get to choose the ‘gift bag’
Or garner more ‘points’

Yesterday not much time for play –
Though I finished another murder –
A book that is – one of four in the series.

To look at another positive:
In the end there was ‘overtime pay’ –
And at least we were together

Notes:
…road alligators are often in the middle of the roadway and on the side of the highway. So, what are we talking about? A rubber on the road is known as a “road alligator” because of its appearance. Tire chunks are frequently found on the shoulder or in the middle of the street after
a tire blows out, shreds, or sustains tread separation.”

Roadkill: Not a pretty site – look it up on Wiki.

Buzzards and vultures eat carrion (dead meat)

©JP/dh
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(g) Inn Keeping… (6.23)

Inn Keeping…

Extra
Time spent
On the road
Rush hour in two
States

Most
Of that
Road time hubby
Was on hands free
Phone

Helping
A different
Customer than who
He will be helping
Tomorrow

Ten
Long hours
With few breaks
Finally arrived – no dinner
Yet

Almost
To the
Evening’s ninth hour
Can we unwind to
Rest?

©JP/dh

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(g) Out to the Inn… (6.23)

Out to the Inn…

Busy week
Leading up to
A short weekend away
While he works…
I’ll walk about
And maybe even play

Grands and errands
Were the demands
And now summer’s begun
Time for some fun

Even through
The morning rain
The cardinal bird appreciates
That I’ve filled the feeder full
– Other fledglings still think
My garden strings come at free rates

Maybe after chapter of mystery book
Or two I’ll pick up a pen and look
– Observe my surroundings and jot
Down a poem or simple plot…
*
(Adieu, adieu, to you
and you and you…
Until around the bend
I’m home again…)

©JP/dh

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(g) Spent! (6.19)

Spent!

Car
Inspection time
Add some minor
Details and four new
Tires

Along
With thunderstorm
Threats and actual
Pounding rain – hours spent
Waiting

Brought
Snacks and
A mystery book –
Hours later; a lighter
Wallet

©JP/dh

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(g) Delightful Day (6.17)

Delightful Day

A
Walk full
Of errands this
Morning, racking up our
Steps

A
Free screening
At the local
Store, brunch and the
Bank

All
Before the
Brief rains came
Greening the potted garden
Plants

Time
For fun
After all that
He played golf, I
Read

Dinner
Before dusk –
Time for one
More chore or even
Two

©JP/dh
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(g) Medi-Gap! (6.15)

Medi-Gap!

Rules
They command
Everything – it’s their
Constant changing that is
Annoying

Makes
It harder
To get the
Needed supplies all at
Once

So
Different appointments
To the same
Office have to be
Scheduled

Thankfully
I’m fairly
Flexible when it
Comes to driving my
Neighbor

Most
Of his
Many doctors are
Located in the same
Complex

Complex
An apt
Word for the
System that doesn’t
Cater to the elder
Population

©JP/dh

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