dot the i’s and cross the t’s

Some rules are ridiculous,more troublethan they're worth.Pedestals of bureaucracy,the brakesupon the earth. Fact: The first person convicted of speeding was going 12kmh (eight mph)On January 28, 1896, Walter Arnold of the English village of Paddock Wood, Kent, was spotted going four times the speed limit. The nerveTo call me a pervI expect an apologyWhen you're … Continue reading dot the i’s and cross the t’s

Waiting, and what to do with the Time

Hold it...Hold it...Hold it...How long has it been? ...Three minutes...Shit! Fact: The wood frog can hold its pee for up to eight months. You have three and a half hours to killYou could watch a double featureOr an epic adventureA short novellaGo for a long hikeOr marathon on a bikeOr say one fucking wordNobody has … Continue reading Waiting, and what to do with the Time

Yesterday Yesteryear

“Procrastination is the bad habit of putting off until the day after tomorrow what should have been done the day before yesterday.”Napoleon Hill Senryu: Common Quarantine Questions what day is today?okay, what should I be doing?wait, what month is it? Yesteryear We are in a stateof global hesitationPrayingfor emancipationFrom livesof perpetual fearAnd the possiblereoccurring yesteryear … Continue reading Yesterday Yesteryear

Misunderstood Pleas

Memories are tricky beastswho pick at thoughtsand starve at feasts Past words swarmthreatening like angered bees Grown to birds in chorus formthey escape the mouthas misunderstood pleas "Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn." -Benjamin Franklin Weekly Theme:Quote Prompts