Monthly Archives: September 2008

A Tongue Twister Moment

I broke a blue bottle on the front porch, and as I cleaned it up a few tiny pieces fell on the bright lawn. “Blue glass in the green grass: Blue grass in the green glass,” I chanted on my … Continue reading

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Anything Can Happen and Probably Will

“There is apparently nothing that cannot happen.” This quote has been attributed to Mark Twain, who did not even live to see many of the miracles of the modern age as well as the depths that humanity would sink to … Continue reading

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Summer Noses Spouting Milk: Poetry Leads to Sit Down Comedy

“I don’t mind dying. I just don’t want to be there when it happens.“ Woody Allen I just came across this quote and it made me laugh loudly. I could hear the slight stutter and see the raised eyebrows over … Continue reading

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Two Pieces in a Blue Sky Puzzle

I was sitting in a meeting. Someone was saying some things I heard earlier in the week. So my mind started to wander through some ideas about existential philosophy that I had put away a while ago. I pulled them … Continue reading

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