Friday, December 30, 2011

The Year That Was

Bananagrams in January.
Orchids in a February storm.
In March the Justices decreed: Corporate “persons,” have no “privacies.”
In April Glen Beck left the Fox.
May planted our tomatoes.
June’s Robert Gates departed the five-cornered house.
July brought back our butterflies.
We raised them in August sailing Schooner Manitou.
The Euro sickened in September.
In October we just counted strikes.
November belonged to Babylon 5.
December we’ll remember as the month of Iraq.

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