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by Terry Brinkman





Jack’s place

Jack cat

Jack Mormon

Jack priest

Jack and Rum

Jack and Coke

Jack and Jill

Jack and the pea stalk

Jack had a little lamb

Jack and Godzilla

Jack Son Hole

Jack Hammer

Jack Jack Jack Jack



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To paint an Eagle


Dream the night before what to paint

Get an eleven by fourteen inch canvas

Find and sharpen a true H pencil

Draw the outline of the Eagle and branch

Paint the inside of the drawing white

Paint the remaining of the canvas sky blue

Drink a cup of coffee, let white dry

With three yellows, paint the beak and eye

Paint remaining feathers using gray and black

Highlight the beak and eye with gray and black

Paint branch and toes with dark and lite brown

Sign your name



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Sonnet CLX


He said over his shod

With wet sand sewage breathe

Nuptial Mass Macbeth

Gun Powder Cigarettes loud

Fan shoals of fish allowed

Ghost Woman Beth

Grave yard dead

Weasel rats proud

Old man, Sea cold eyes

Cough balls of laughter

Gemmed fingers defy

Golden baby calf

High minded lies

Polluter perfect ever- after



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Thousand Oaks Shooting


Collage Cowboy night

Boarder Line Bar-Keep

Line dancing leap

Ineluctable modality gun light

Shadow less early morning flight

Deathless Gods asleep

Alabaster gun fire sweep

Blood sheeting moonlight plight

Stools shattered glass

Ghost shooter all in black

Time stopped Hourglass

The bullets clicked-clack

Stranded twining pass

Escape out window crack



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Government Shut Down


President won’t give an inch

Democrats won’t build a wall

Back and forth but, won’t play ball

8000,000 with no pay, Thump won’t flinch

Getting around Air-Port lines in a pinch

Meet behind the White-House for the brawl

The National Parks Pitfall

Compromise it’s a cinch



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