Accidents happenI lost my pinky fingerBut time heals all woundsNow I spend my days waitingWhen does my finger grow back? Tanka (短歌, "short poem") is a genre of classical Japanese poetry and one of the major genres of Japanese literature. Weekly Theme: Japanese Poetry Forms
It was busy in the restaurant. They were short staffed, customers kept walking in, orders were piling up and mistakes were being made. The cherry on top, a birthday cake was missing.What happened to the cake? Who is to blame? I didn't eat it, said the chef. It was for a reservation.I didn't eat it, … Continue reading WHODUNIT? What happened to the cake?
All That time Wasted I wish There was Another way If only You had Grown I hate That I Have to Say it But this Is how It is I'm sorry The answer Is no Waiting in line for an hour, only to be told you don't meet the roller-coaster height requirement.
An old man erect, trying to drop cluesHad a wife who didn't understand cuesBut when he said pleaseShe'd drop to her kneesAnd help him tie up his shoes
I prepared myself for a shock. "Is it true, you tuck it in your sock?" He gave me a wink, And said "what do you think," As he pulled out his pet rock.