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 THE CASE OF THE MISSING MUFFIN The_Pip        (More) 11/23/2014
 Learning Trying from Nature Joyce Porter        (More) 11/12/2014
 This Dream Don't Make Much Cents pamschwetz        (More) 11/11/2014
 Our Tired Garden cherryk        (More) 11/10/2014
 Golf 101 riki_ryme        (More) 11/10/2014
 Hop in Starlight1        (More) 11/7/2014
 Sonnet of Foolish Thoughts cherryk        (More) 10/27/2014
 40 Winks riki_ryme        (More) 10/23/2014
 Al Jolson, Chaka Khan, and Mother Goose Robert Corey        (More) 10/22/2014
 Ice cream Starlight1        (More) 10/17/2014
 Motown My Home Town LoreenParke1985        (More) 10/9/2014
 Sweet Secret of Two Sugar Cubes Joyce Porter        (More) 9/21/2014
 My Friend Syd autumn_jewel        (More) 9/20/2014
 Who's That Wonderful Man SuperSlimJim        (More) 9/15/2014
 An Empty Clown Car riki_ryme        (More) 9/8/2014
 Buffoonery pamschwetz        (More) 9/8/2014
 How Deep is a Tree Frog Pond? Rawland        (More) 8/30/2014
 Strange Guy starman        (More) 8/26/2014
 Two Poems (Written Simultaneously) riki_ryme        (More) 8/20/2014
 A Baker's Crust Lou1216        (More) 8/17/2014
 OPEN AIR The_Pip        (More) 8/15/2014
 Poetry Magazine tony parsons        (More) 8/7/2014
 Boyo Earl Lambert        (More) 7/22/2014
 All Because You Kissed Me Goodnight Earl Lambert        (More) 7/15/2014
 Rambling memories of yesterday unforgott davetheflave        (More) 7/15/2014
 GRAVITY The_Pip        (More) 7/8/2014
 Fathers' Day thoughts Lou1216        (More) 6/13/2014
 Inventory’s Coming! Nita G Isenhour        (More) 6/10/2014
 Empty Nita G Isenhour        (More) 6/10/2014
 Don't Call Me Arrogant riki_ryme        (More) 5/28/2014

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The package had been there when I last looked.
But, a travel agents’ ad hinted passage had been booked.
Although last seen in my cupboard, in America,
I now found no English muffins within all the area.

Had they become homesick and taken their leave?
Had they relatives in England for who they grieve?
Was I meant to have an English muffin nevermore?
Generic muffins always struck the palate as such a bore.

About then, I heard my young son playing in his room
And went to tell him to be ready for breakfast soon.
My eyes fell on his tinker toy set and what he was to build.
He was using my English muffins, put to use quite skilled.
Knowing they had not left me, I must admit I was thrilled.

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