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Richard McDonough

A dinosaur defying extiction.

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Onward I Mutter - A Ramble

I have a new mantra. It popped into my head as I made my way to a downtown train. I hadn’t been in a subway since before the pandemic hit and was...
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Something Stupid

I've been going through some older stuff and came across one I never used. Thought I'd put it out there. *** Something Stupid Betty flipped the...
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Some Assembly Required

Going to bed dismantled has its risks. I’m no longer the man I was in 1983. And the man I was in 1983 never saw it coming. Though he should have...
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Sorry Ends and Bagel Crumbs

“You okay, Renaldo? You’re looking gloomy?” “Frederick, ol’ chum, I feel like the sorry ends on a loaf of bread; unwanted, but tolerated. I should’ve...
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Renaldo Goes Nuts

“Well, look what the cat drug in,” said Frederick. It was a statement so cringe-worthy that Renaldo placed a wing over his breast and shuddered. “Don...

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125 of my comments have received 136 Great Feedback votes

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Thank you for this, Kevin. I

Posted on Mon, 07 Aug 2017

Thank you for this, Kevin. I have a copy of Bound for Glory on my nightstand. (Do read Woody Guthrie: A Life by Joe Klein.) Still trying to find a footing after great loss. You lose your sense of self and wonder if you'll ever get it back. Those...

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Posted in You, me and Woody Guthrie

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This had a wonderful flow.

Posted on Tue, 05 May 2015

This had a wonderful flow. Should be read aloud on the steps of the world's libraries. As a matter of fact. I'm passing by the New York Public Library. I'll print out a few copies and leave it with the lions.

Rch

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Posted in Banned Books

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This was splendid, Jenny.

Posted on Sat, 22 Aug 2020

This was splendid, Jenny. Perked me up a bit over morning coffee. And after these past five months I can use all the perking up I can find. Really lovely.

Rich x

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Posted in Half-Hidden But Significant

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Disturbing times they are,

Posted on Thu, 13 Jun 2019

Disturbing times they are, dear lady friend. Having a souless twat in the White House makes me want to punch a few walls, but after several years of me punching - then patching - walls. My wife said, "Enough! You're getting a punching bag in the...

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Posted in Pad Life 4: End of Days

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The will to reach out. . . It

Posted on Mon, 17 Jun 2019

The will to reach out. . . It's starting to come back to me, Jenny. Loved this piece to bits. The corny reply would be: It spolke to me. But nithing corny about your poem. think I'll read it a couple of times more. I need reminding more than I...

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Posted in Confronting Demons

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Many thanks for al the

Posted on Fri, 23 Nov 2018

Many thanks for al the wonderful comments on this piece. It's meant a lot to me. This site has always been such a lovely place to drop off your thoughts and have folks relate. We've all felt this pain to a bigger or lesser degree. There's no...

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Posted in Moon Whisperer

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I agree. It's all becoming

Posted on Sat, 03 Nov 2018

I agree. It's all becoming too impersonal. We need to get back to be human agian. Engaging one another. Getting a little tired of the digital age. Nice thoughts here, TKMAX. Cheers.

Rich

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Posted in I Give Up!

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Glad I read this, Jane.

Posted on Sat, 27 Oct 2018

Glad I read this, Jane. Sometimes you think you're the only one. If I didn't have writiing I'd go crazy. Such a wonderful poem. Thank you.

Rich

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Posted in The Hidden Help

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Not your fault, I would think

Posted on Thu, 26 Mar 2015

Not your fault, I would think. That you stil managed to love her says a lot about your character. I wish you well and hope you're able to move on. 

Rich

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Posted in Mama

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Thanks, Jenny. I'm fond of

Posted on Sat, 07 May 2022

Thanks, Jenny. I'm fond of pigeons. Some call 'em dirty boids, but I don't see it. They add something wonderful to a city. In my eyes, anyway. x

Rich

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Posted in Sorry Ends and Bagel Crumbs

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