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With A Fence

Back in college I wrote a little poem to stun the class. I still find it quite humorous. I don't think I'll ever forget the looks on my classmates' faces while I was reading it aloud from the front of the class.

With A Fence

The first time it was wet,
And I liked it.
Warm as I went in, I
Was slowly surrounded,
Engulfed in pleasure as the world
Faded away.
Lost in my nakedness, with
The sun on my face,
Inhibitions did not exist.
Muscles twitched, and out came soft
Cries of joy.
The warmth penetrated and an uttering of
Relief could be heard.
Deeper,
Deeper,
Deeper I went in
To the warmth,
To the safety,
To the dream state with
No pain,
No burdens,
No fears,
Just me
And the hot tub.

- Jeremy

Toddler Toes & Church Hymns

My son has pink eye and is having trouble sleeping. That, of course, means I'm having trouble sleeping too.

Toddler Toes & Church Hymns

I've been awake since 3am
With toddler toes in my chest
Listening to airy phlegm
And raspy snoring breaths.
I wish I could comfort him
And still get a little rest.
His constant moving, flailing limbs
Make the sheets a giant mess.
As the giant moon dims
And I lay here in my nest
I think of calming church hymns
And pray for the best.


- Jeremy

Addison's Benefit Cookout

Team AddisonAddison is an 8 year old girl from Farmingtion, AR. She is in the 3rd grade and has been diagnosed with leukemia. Addison is currently in Little Rock, AR fighting this horrible illness. 

Fayetteville Autopark is having a benefit cookout today (Friday, February 6, 2015). $5 buys your lunch and 100% of the proceeds go to Addison and her family. Her father works at the Autopark and they are supporting their employee.