Fake News By Caud Sewer Bile Fake news is rather difficult to say just what it is. What's fake to listeners could be what's true to someone else. And no news outlet can be free from slanting what they find, and crafting articles that seem to fit their point of blind. Fake news is rather like the news that someone else describes, and doesn't fit within the mindset of one's local tribes; for it is very hard to write about reality; and truth is very hard to get from one's locality. All news is rather odd that way in that what one receives can only matter to someone if it's what one believes. In the Final Act By Cawb Edius Reel Just one day after famous daughter Carrie Fisher died, her mother Debbie Reynolds also passed away in stride. Perhaps it was too onerous for her to take the loss; to lose one's child before one dies is a hard road to cross. Unsinkable, though Molly Brown upon the screen could be, when lovely Princess Leia left, the force left presently; and Tammy list'ning to the whisp'ring cottonwoods above, perhaps was overwhelmed by all the hardships borne of love. A heart attack, and then a stroke, no singing in the rain, oh, help me, Obi Wan Kenobi, there is only pain. Bruce Dale Wise is a poet living in Washington State. He often writes under anagrammatic pseudonyms.