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The violence of the bespectacled Jabberwock was uncounted
It tore apart cabinets, devouring everything
It fractured cliches and upturned zeitgeists
It incited revolts everywhere
The hatted persons tried to calm it, but it said, “no, this must be done; for the children.” 170 more words

Daily Prompt: Tourist Trap - a holiday souvenir

What’s your dream tourist destination — either a place you’ve been and loved, or a place you’d love to visit? What about it speaks to you? 714 more words

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Words fell in a glitter of dust
All of them were mostly luminous
Stitching together a tissue of blood and sinew
The teeth of the jabberwock came too near to this one… 47 more words

Daily Prompt: No, Thanks No. 2 - I would go anywhere

Is there a place in the world you never want to visit? Where, and why not?

Not really I suppose. At the moment I would not like to visit the slopes of the Jura mountains. 746 more words

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Lewis Carroll, and the Meaning of Meaningless Words

January 27th is British author Lewis Carroll’s birthday.  Born in 1832, Carroll is best known for writing “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”, and its sequel, “Through the Looking Glass”.   843 more words

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Jabberwock vs Bass

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The Jabberwock is a pretty powerful being whose strength is enough to shatter a skyscraper with a single hit. He can certainly give many opponents a run for their money. 49 more words

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Classic Singles #99: Boeing Duveen and the Beautiful Soup – Jabberwock / Which Dreamed It (1968)

This prime slice of Carnaby Street-style UK psychedelia appeared on the Parlophone label in May 1968. The a-side brilliantly sets Lewis Carroll’s famous nonsense poem ‘Jabberwocky’ from… 441 more words

Classic Singles