The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool.William Shakespeare I am a special breed of foolWho does not think himself wiseJust an ordinary gullible chumpContent to be sustained by lies Knowledge is uselessWithout the wisdom to apply it Naani: Through the lens Before you raise a … Continue reading The Benefit Of Absence?
Starting Point:Noodles Senryü: untwisting the strand in the old noodlea puzzle unwinds its wayinto spaghetti Mouse's (philosophical cooking) Pro Tips Strain the noodlesBefore the flameOr receive a soggy resultWith only yourself to blame I blame the penI blame the paperIn the endI'm no better a writer Hey you're that writer, right?I've been known to compose … Continue reading Noodles & Sales
Fortune favors the foolhardyWith accidentsIn abundant supplyStep toward the shimmering prizeOne in sixWill die "Mum said you're an accident, and you should have never been born." "Mum isn't exactly known for her wisdom. Afterall, she had you by choice and, after seeing how you turned out, she kept you." What a game, to trick the … Continue reading Fortunate Events
For next to being a great poet is the power of understanding one.Henry Wadsworth Longfellow I will never understand you,Mister Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.You may have had the greatestever porn star nameAnd you let it go to waste. Elämää on runouskaikilla kielillä. Poetry is what is lost in translation. It is also what is lost in … Continue reading From Gnomes to Longfellows
Find a wise manAnd follow his leadtrust his directionYour soul will be freedThat was what I thoughtNow, As I gasp for breathI realise I should havePaid more attention In excitement I always rushed aheadNever thinking one missed word Could spell the end "When you reach the end of your rope, tie a knot in it … Continue reading Hang (on)