Poetry

Poem: April’s Fool

Relentless, his jokifying

Went on non-stop,

Made traffic halt and Aspens quake.

Encouraged by the slightest chortle,

A guffaw sent him off in mirthic ecstasies,

Stepping not too lightly on the trillium. […]

Thrift Shop racks and shelves are bulging with high quality summer merchandize for everyone.
Appreciation

Washington column for May 22

Vacation Bible School begins anew at Trinity and Washington Baptist, the Thrift Shop has a $5 Bag Sale, the Lions offer free vision screenings and Larry “Bud” Meyer’s book wins tops honors at the Green Book Festival in this week’s Washington column. […]

Ben Hudson
People

Blue State Bluegrass Brunch

Say Rappahannock heidi-ho and here we go!The Brunch is now four years in a row! We’ll crank up the music and set out the foodTo make sure folks are in a good mood. At Washington […]

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Poetry

It’ll be OK.

You can’t judge people for the mistakes they’ve madeThey’re trying to make it OKThe past is behind us for a reasonHelp them find something to believe inPeople mess up its human natureIt’s not for us […]