Board Games

by Penny Deere

Prose


Keep a Grip

by James Janssen

Prose


Frozen

by Marie Slider

Poem


My Vietnam Story

by Albert Hernandez

Prose


America's Largest Mobile Library

by Dan Yates

Prose


Artwork

by Raymond Wolfe

Photograph


The Art of the Steal

By Melvin Brinkley, Air Force, USAF

Writing Type: Parody

By Melvin Garrett Brinkley                                                                                                                                                            VAMC—Tucson, AZ

He was a very sleazy Don,

Rallying his minions with a con,

Sending them up Penn Street,

Starting a riot with a tweet.

That gang planned to hang

His second in command.

What the bleep, Mister Veep!

You're still following that creep?

He's was the messiah

Of the Alt Right MAGA scene

Which makes him the biggest liar

Of all the White Supremes.

Charlottesville was just the start

That warmed the heart

Of every Dixie-waving fart.

He's Alt Right, he's Alt Right,

That Don is Alt Right, you see. Yeah!

Hey hey hey hey!

He’s a super creep, super creep.

He's super creepy, super creep, super creep.

Only a very special churl

Thinks bronzer and a combover

Make them God’s gift to ev’ry girl.

He spewed more fake news

Than all the Kremlin crews.

He was way too fond of QAnon

And seemed a little too casual 

About the storming of our Capitol,

Seeing only hugging and kissing 

On a channel I must be missing.

He's Alt Right, he's Alt Right,

That Don is Alt Right, you see. Yeah!

Hey hey hey hey

He’s a super creep, super creep.

He's super creepy, super creep, super creep.

He was a very sleazy Don
To send his minions up Penn Street,
Rallying them with a con
And arming them with a tweet.

This is a parody of “Super Freak” by Rick James.



Notes: This is a parody of Rick James' "Super Freak."

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by Lawrence Rahn

Painting


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by Deborah Cole

Poem


Footloose Days

by Anthony Ramirez

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by James Camera

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by Albert Hernandez

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Squirrel

by Lynn Norton

Poem