· Jun 24, 2019 at 12:44 pm
After the hornsmen quit
blowing their brasses
And the wine quit
flowing in the glasses
The damned of the courtyard
After the squires quit
brushing their lasses
And the jesters quit
shaking their asses
The soul of the castle
There, I wrote another poem… ✍️
· May 13, 2019 at 8:23 pm
“There wasn’t any room for anyone else to be writing,” Waters told Rolling Stone in 1987. “There was no point in Gilmour, Mason or Wright trying to write lyrics. Because they’ll never be as good as mine. Gilmour’s lyrics are very third-rate. They always will be. And in comparison with what I do, I’m sure he’d agree.”
Sounds about right to me.
· Apr 18, 2019 at 12:47 pm
How the hell do you guys spell “high light” ??
The dictionary says it’s #1 below but all I see is “igh” over and over again. The horror.
2- high light
5- yellow marker
PS- those are your only options. Don’t make this more complicated that I’ve already made it.
· Jun 1, 2018 at 11:16 am
Best thing I’ve read all week:
I use the F word all the time. I am known for dropping the F word into most conversations at almost any time. Some people are shocked. Even people who use the F word themselves.
Get comfortable with the F word. Using the F word at the right time and in the right place can work wonders for your relationships with people and the success of your business.
Funny thing is that the author never actually used the F word. 😊
· Feb 9, 2018 at 9:42 am
Maybe I’m just old and still see email as sacred, and as such rigorously protect it.
I also shallwould, in fact, like “drivelly” to be a real word.
· Mar 26, 2015 at 1:08 pm
A renegade wordsmith
I think “wordsmith” is one of those words you don’t get to call yourself if you’re being serious.
In related news, I don’t know what poet wrote this link bait’s last three words:
Maybe it is “neat” that her fingers are flying over the frets but Maggie writes better headlines for her pretend milk commercials.