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Originally posted on The Rattling Bones:


My Butterfly

Thine emulous fond flowers are dead, too,
And the daft sun-assaulter, he
That frighted thee so oft, is fled or dead:
Save only me
(Nor is it sad to thee!)
Save only me
There is none left to mourn thee in the fields.

The gray grass is not dappled with the snow;
Its two banks have not shut upon the river;
But it is long ago–
It seems forever–
Since first I saw thee glance,
With all the dazzling other ones,
In airy dalliance,
Precipitate in love,
Tossed, tangled, whirled and whirled above,
Like a limp rose-wreath in a fairy dance.

When that was, the soft mist
Of my regret hung not on all the land,
And I was glad for thee,
And glad for me, I wist.

Thou didst not know, who tottered, wandering on high,
That fate had made thee for the pleasure of the wind,

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Originally posted on Yahooey's Blog:

Forgive me my nonsense as I also forgive the nonsense of those who think they talk sense.

“Forgive me my nonsense as I also forgive the nonsense of those who think they talk sense.” — Robert Frost, Letter to Louis Untermeyer (8 July 1915)

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“Many Of Horror” – MTV EMA World Stage 2014


Originally posted on "Through My Eyes":

Pea On The Floor

Hearing a noise,
More like a pound,
The eeriness,
Of such a sound.

I open the door,
And what do I see?
There’s a Leprechaun,
Staring up at me.

“What do you want,”
I ask of him?
He looks and stares,
With a big ol’ grin.

Running right past,
Between my legs,
Into the kitchen,
To steal my eggs.

Up and down,
In and around,
All over the place,
As he goes to town.

He’s got my eggs,
My chicken and roast,
And even my milk,
Including my toast.

Zooming past,
And out my door,
All he left,
Was A Pea On The Floor.

William Hancock © All Rights Reserved


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Poem on Image:  placed by; written by  William Hancock © 2013′

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“Ghost Chickens in the Sky”

Originally posted on I didn't have my glasses on....:


saw the listing below

in our city’s

rec and ed catalog


thought about 


and how

they don’t really need

a class in this

it seems to come 

quite naturally 

to most of them


how great

it would be

for some

of the humans

to take this class.


the great pleasure of a dog

is that you may make a fool of yourself with him

and not only will he not scold you,

but he will make a fool of himself too.

– samuel butler

credits: youtube, ann arbor rec and ed department

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Originally posted on From Midnight to Dawnlight:

I saw a very funny video clip on a blog I follow called A Curious Mind:

It reminded me of a Father Guido skit I heard once. I believe laughter has a power to keep one young of mind, body, and spirit. Since I don’t have the talent of writing comedy, I like to share a funny video every now and then. I hope Father Guido makes you laugh today. Happy Sunday everyone!

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