Monthly Archives: April 2011

Appearances. Those teeth are around here somewhere.

A REAL BITE  My wife’s friend (we’ll call her Susie), had to admit her husband to the hospital recently. His diagnosis was a bit more serious than first thought, and he was transferred to one of the huge hospitals in … Continue reading

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Slippy Larue and the redneck chicken dinner

                                                   The Ballet of Slippy Larue  “He’s pitiful,” said Sadie. “Can we keep him?” she asked.      “Sadie, he’s a people, not a danged animal! You can’t make a pet of a people!” Jug replied angrily.          The … Continue reading

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SIXTY FOUR– a rare Ragland poem

SIXTY-FOUR April is National Poetry month. There are a lot of poems that I really like. I’m glad they have a month to recognize the folks that write them, and the ones that have written them in the past. I … Continue reading

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A Redneck Ghost Story

                   Mumbles and the Haint  About ten years ago I visited an Aunt who was at that time residing in a Nursing Home. She was only there for a few months going through Re-Hab. It wasn’t a permanent stay.  While … Continue reading

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