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Peaches Poem

Martha shares a poem by Mexican-American poet Sandra Cisneros, “Peaches—Six in a Tin Bowl, Sarajevo.” It’s from My Wicked, Wicked Ways. (The poem is copyright 1987 by Sandra Cisneros. By special arrangement with Third Woman Press...

Children’s Rhyme

“First I gave her peaches, then I gave her pears, then I gave her 50 cents and kissed her on the stairs.” If you’ve got a children’s rhyme to rival this gem, share it with us! This is part of a complete episode.

tiger kidnap

tiger kidnap  n.— «“It isn’t a custody kidnap. He’s their child—no exes involved.” “A tiger then?” “Not a tiger either.” Tiger kidnaps meant ransom demands and the Peaches were not in an extortionist’s...