Originally Posted by Pippi 'Twixt morn & even, a twinning of lattes... 'Twixt morn & even, a twinning of lattes sufficed my appetite to assuage:
One of honey-lavender and another of almond beflavored;
After an hour's-plus commute, my glutt'nous appetite was inflamed.
Then supped I for reals, upon sweets and dumplings, which I savored.
Pouffe of dough with chocolate filling! Creme croissant with strawberries!
Hot dog wrapped in pastry bun. Such yummy, yummy delicacies!
Just kidding! Originally Posted by Pippi Remember the INFP
Who wrote succinct poetry?
Not really, but anecdotally.
Originally Posted by Pippi There once was an ENTP,
And it very well may have been me,
Who wrote a nice poem-
Just like I'd have wrote 'em!
And now here's the last line! Yippee!
There once was a poem by Pippi.
On rainy days, it was drippy;
On sunny days,
It shone its bright rays.
Like weather, this poem was flippy.
There once was a ten-minute poem
Yeah, you got it: Pippi wrote 'em
A whole series of 'em
You just gotta
[continued from "the story behind 'pendulum' - part i"] "to the one years ago still remains in my sight"
here actually is the true beginning to "when the pendulum swings once again". after my husband, it is the hardest case i've ever had to deal with-- and in some ways you could say it was even harder. this was another online friend, and i spent over a week if memory serves correctly, maybe two, talking to him and trying to give
the story behind "pendulum"
the "pendulum" poem saw its beginning several years ago, and only recently was i finally able to pen it in its entirety. it was a great weight within me during all this time, with a lot of false starts and stops, so it wasn't easy to write. over my lifetime i have known several people who were not only suffering from depression but were in fact considering suicide... and more than one followed all the way