These sayings are cheesyNo pain, no gain, easy peasySince quarantine you seeI've added twenty three kilosAnd still now my mass growsNot a single ache shows in meNow all are so jellyOf my giant belly pain free lục bát:Alternating of 6 and 8 syllable lines.Below is an idea of how the first few lines should rhyme: … Continue reading lục bát: No Pain, No Gain. Easy.
“An animal’s eyes have the power to speak a great language.”Martin Buber The devil's eyeIs watching meEncroaching On my territorySwitching inand out sightLike a fireballOf lightI will catch youI swear it trueThen I'll paw, clawAnd devour you (Excerpt from the stage show 'Cats,' laser pointer scene) Praying on a Tennis Ball Oh, heavenly delightWithin my sightA … Continue reading The Devil’s Eye & Balls
"The woman who served me called me, pet.""So?""So, I rubbed up against her leg and licked her face. We have to go. Now." pet/pɛt/noun: pet; plural noun: petsA domestic or tamed animal kept for companionship or pleasure. Lazy Limerick:Yorpette I once had a dog named, YorpetteWho needed to be taken to the vet"Is this your … Continue reading What is a Pet?
APRIL 25TH What went through the headOf the inventorThe great ideaTo rewardMindless crimeWith the loss of one's head 1792: Guillotine first used in France, executes highwayman Nicolas Pelletier Fun Fact:During the Reign of Terror (June 1793 to July 1794) about 17,000 people were guillotined. Former King Louis XVI and Queen Marie Antoinette were executed at … Continue reading Going Above & Beyond
APRIL 24TH Beware the glorious horsethat rocks on steady groundIf one is to look beyond the courseThe problem will be found 1184 BC: The Greeks enter Troy using the Trojan Horse (traditional date) A fight for the home we are missing?OrAn act of territorial pissing? 1877: Russo-Turkish War, 1877-78: Russia declares war on the Ottoman … Continue reading Death in Wars of Expansion