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Royer Releases First Book of Poetry

By Sal-Peter Vooks
Special Literary Correspondent
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It was announced this morning that hockey and baseball magnate Ric Royer has released his first book of poetry.  Dances with Bears will hit the shelves today.

“The sparkling, glimmering little rays of my illuminated Christmas village layout has inspired this work,” noted Royer, who appeared briefly this morning at a press conference in which a large sheet cake was served.  “Also, my new van has provided creative arousal.  This abundance has been an awakening.  My literary panties are all wet.”

Royer was allowed a small piece of the sheet cake, signed a few copies of his book and was then taken back to the Foontz-Flonnaise Home of Abundant Senselessness.

“I read some of the poems,” said reporter Brock Belvedere, Jr.  “There was some stuff in there about mountains.  And then some stuff about bears.”  Belvedere awkwardly ate a large piece of the sheet cake and then added, “There was a sensuality that I deeply appreciated.”

Dances with Bears has been issued in heavy cardstock wrappers with sewn-in “guidance ribbon” and directional arrows in an edition of 500.

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