Monthly Archives: July 2016

All Down At Once

In the play and film Amadeus by Peter Shaffer, the character Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart says: “Look at us! Four gaping mouths. What a perfect quartet! I’d love to write it – just this second of time, this now, as you are! … Continue reading

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butterflideas

i carry a net with me wherever i go so i am ready whenever ideas decide to show ideas are like butterflies flitting here and there always looking for fresh pollen, the feed their fleeting store slippery butterflideas elusive like … Continue reading

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quillish in quintillus

feels quite quillish in quintillus simply scribbish in sextillus words quiver through my fingers while a hint of rhyme here lingers shaking all the tree trunks in the grove of queer ideas riles up some shy skunks and squirrels, the … Continue reading

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