Sunday, February 15
of darkness, when dreamers keep their counsel
and sleep draws veils over the memory;
whispered confidences fly to Lady Moon
whose silence never betrays one's trust.
Her wisdom? Learned through countless centuries
she listens, she forgets and she forgives.
Written for Tess and The Mag 258
Tuesday, February 10
|Action Figures by Edith Vonnegut|
This housework makes me far too hot
and so I shed my clothes -
That's perfectly acceptable,
as long as no one knows...
But really, couldn't you have knocked
and not come bursting in?
You nearly frightened me to death-
though nudity's no sin...
Please! Sir! Don't blow my cover,
just quell your urge to shout.
Don't give my nosey neighbours
any more to talk about.
My blameless reputation
is at stake here, don't you see?
A scandal would be hard to bear
for a paragon like me!
Written for Tess and her Mag 257