The next one’s going to be in iambic pentameter

‘Small’ is such an amusingly relative term, isn’t it?

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19 thoughts on “The next one’s going to be in iambic pentameter

  1. sheena:
    Dark and light conspire
    Sometimes to mask, sometimes not
    The whimsy of noses

    revo:
    Inevitable
    As death may be, it still takes
    Its sweet fuckin’ time

    dolce:
    Creative juices
    Run dry in the face of praise
    Oh bollocks! I’m spent

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  2. I would care
    but then
    Vida opened today
    across from my office.
    pwahahaha
    See now they can ask for all the changes they like but do I care – not a jot – I’ll be out drinking coffee!

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  3. charmskool:
    Caffeine is evil
    Step away from the coffee
    That’s all I’m sayin’

    daisy:
    Haiku is easy
    But it needs at least some thought
    So much for that, then

    &

    I have no control
    Over the content filter
    Here at the office

    anne:
    In English we say
    Change equals a holiday
    Not really true, though

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  4. say “small change” three times aloud and you will see a car park attendant or a bergie. I swear. “Alladin se lamp se moer”, as they would say. Oh and change does not equal a holiday, I tried that with SAA last week – they only take notes in big denominations. or Visa. you know – cause it takes you places (‘but i’ve never been to meeeeeeee’). enough. G&T time.

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  5. dolce:
    Ah. I suspected
    I might have cocked something up
    When it – well, didn’t

    anicker:
    Getting SAA
    To accept my Kulula
    Credit card: Priceless

    parenthesis:
    Love? There’s no love lost
    In this becubicalled place
    Shit (and change) happens

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