Tag Archives: silliness
Shadow, no shadow One means more snow. What mole can be certain How Mother Nature maintains An atmospheric plan That never goes according to the weatherman?
One of the shortest plays I ever wrote doesn’t have much to play with at all. If anything, it was a silly short piece that mimicked the conversations my brother and I had whenever we were catching up. It was … Continue reading
Depths Drawn Lines going this way, lines going that Some lines thin, others fat Crisscross, cross-hatch Clean and neat or chicken scratch Which way will the lines go Back and forth, to and fro? Something now so easily seen Or … Continue reading
Ah, wacky days. Yesterday was “I Forgot Day.” I forgot that. Maybe I can credit that to “World UFO Day.” I’m sure there was an X-Files, Fringe, Supernatural, or Warehouse 13 episode on the topic(s). Today is “‘Compliment Your Mirror … Continue reading
Little Lotto by Tommia Wright In response to the Daily Post’s challenge of: You wake up tomorrow morning to find all your plans have been cancelled for the next seven days and $10,000 on your dresser. Tell us about your … Continue reading