The Eight Clown Commandments. 4. I will remove my makeup and change into my street clothes as soon as possible following my appearance, so that I cannot be associated with any incident that may be detrimental to the good name of clowning. I will conduct myself as a gentleman/lady at all times. Senryü: transgender clown … Continue reading A Funny Association
You question me throughout it all,try to rebuke,what occurrence we may befall,you call a fluke. I lie when I say it's a skill.You're right, I suck.The outcome, while it is my will,is still dumb luck. The decnad cummaisc is an Irish poetic form that employs quatrains with both end and internal rhymes. Here are the … Continue reading Dechnad cummaisc: Dumb Luck
Archive Week This week I will posting unreleased material from last year and also reposting some reworked versions of my earliest wordpress posts which didn't receive much of an audience. Enjoy. I sleep on feathersSo soft, so warm, and I thinkThose poor naked ducks
"I think he's going to eat me I see the twinkle in his eye I know what that look means Tonight is apple pie." "No, he's definitely coming for us" Said the whole banana bunch "He's on that new diet It's banana smoothie for lunch." The berries, straw, black and blue Did not like that … Continue reading Children’s Rhyme: Fruit Salad
it's hilariousyou think you have time; tell me,where do you keep it?