Morning in a Toon Town (A Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: A fun experiment involving cartoons.] This morning the hen atop my bedside clock     (hens are much more sensitive to sleepers than roosters)     clucked until I kicked off the bedsheets     and then she offered me an egg for breakfast To change into regular clothes was a snap—       Continue reading “Morning in a Toon Town (A Poem)”

Furry Bodies at Play (A Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: Weasels are adorable, and they tend to pop out around Springtime where I live.] I opened the door one early morning   a mug of chamomile tea in hand       to find two furry visitors at play          around the decrepit couch that stands              upon my wooden front porchContinue reading “Furry Bodies at Play (A Poem)”

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