Born From Who Knows Where

There is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it so.

Hamlet, William Shakespeare

Where were you,
cos you certainly weren’t here


Well, that much is clear
But where did you go?

I don’t know

I lost my train of
thought daydreaming

Monkey bars
Where cavorting primates
Hang about

They moo
They jump over moons
have I seen a cow smile
A diet of more than grass
Might help
If you are ever lucky enough
To see a cow
Chewing gum
With a big smile
Know that I was there
And you are welcome

I can do basically anything, basically

I eat the sun
Like a candy
Then follow with the planets
Each a distinct flavour
The sun is sour lemon
Neptune, cool mint...

A large-scale study found participants spend on average 47% of their waking time daydreaming.

upon seeing a pregnant woman at the bus stop

A swollen belly
Glows from the inside
The bun is ready

Idea for celebratory card
For the birth of a child

Message reads:

on your significant
weight loss

My three-year-old
Can draw better than
A caveman
Not sure if that
Says more about cavemen
Or my child

Plush toys=
Sex toys
For furries?

Weekly Theme:
Daydreams / Random Thoughts

Bits and pieces that caught in my mind this week without rhyme or reason

18 thoughts on “Born From Who Knows Where

  1. 47% of my time daydreaming?! Yeh, that sounds about right! πŸ‘πŸ˜›πŸ˜‚ Also your idea for a celebratory card for the birth of a new child is genius! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ˜πŸ˜

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  2. The Shakespeare quote at the header is eerily reminiscent of Buddhist philosophy, β€œObjects don’t change, the mind changes.” And, the greeting card for the child’s birth is spot on. Well done!

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  3. I see that there is no rhyme but there is sufficient wit to contradict the lack of reason!! Loved all of these especially the idea for the card… Perhaps it could be used as a congrats on the divorce card too!

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  4. More daydreams to love. You are very brave to share these. The one about the smiling cow caught my attention. My dad used to say this little rhyme to me a lot when I was little: I never saw a purple cow / I never hope to see one / but if there was a purple cow / I’d rather see than be one. I never asked if he made that up or read it somewhere. How about this – I never saw a gum chewing cow / with a smile that she bears / but if I see a gum chewing cow / I’ll know that Mouse has been there. πŸ™‚

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    1. Thank you. I felt comfortable sharing these. Most people know I’m a little tweaked.
      I don’t recognise the rhyme, though it sounds familiar.
      That’s amazing! 😍 I appreciate the homage paid. One can’t get arrested for giving gum to cows, right? πŸ€”πŸ€£πŸ’š

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