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  April 2019
volume 16 number 1
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Scott C. Kaestner
April 2019
   

 

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    Scott C. Kaestner is a Los Angeles poet and believes a day at the beach is a day well spent. Google 'scott kaestner poetry' to peruse his musings and doings.
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Take A Walk

Lettuce wraps of mass destruction at your local Ralph’s.
The sky is falling but no one can see it; we’re all looking down at our phones.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer has retained a lawyer at the ACLU.
The Emperor’s new clothes don’t do him any favors after he goes for a swim.
“Alexa... play The Beta Band and make me a cup of coffee.”
Truth is an insurance salesman knocking on your door at dinner time.
The best advice anyone ever gave me is “take a walk everyday.”

copyright 2019 Scott C. Kaestner