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The Owl and the Pussy cat 


The Owl and the Pussy-cat went to sea,

In a disgusting moss green boat,

They took some vodka and plenty of condoms,

Wrapped up in a five pound note. 193 more words



Before you came into my world,
I was in such misery.
I know deep within my heart,
You’re the only love for me.

I’ve regained all my lost strength, 45 more words


A Bat As Bathos, or Remembering that Nonsense Wakes Up The Brain Cells (Quote from Dr. Suess)

As D.H. Lawrence (in ‘White Peacock’) said:

“The lane debouched into a close-bitten field, and out of this empty land the farm rose up with its buildings like a huddle of old, painted vessels floating in still water.”

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LEAR - Your Frag Swap Review.

Another year and another frag swap has come and gone.  Here in the northeast one of the biggest frag swaps is LEAR.  It’s hosted by the Lake Erie Advanced Reefers Club and it happened this past Saturday on February 28th, 2015.   607 more words


How does Shakespeare introduce key themes in Act 1 of King Lear?

King Lear stands like a colossus at the centre of Shakespeare’s achievements as the grandest example of his imagination. The recurring theme of paganism is significant, especially since most of his plays are set against the backdrop of a Christian era in English history. 1,757 more words


Alternate Realities. . .

— From CB —

 Saturday we celebrated the 2nd birthday of Junah, our friends’ daughter. Sunday we celebrated Elizabeth’s 75th. Junah is luminous, shy. Elizabeth is luminous, less shy. 874 more words

Notes on Blindness

In the summer of 1983, writer John Hull went blind after years of slowly failing eyesight. He began to keep an audio diary of his experiences, and it is these diaries which the short film “Notes on Blindness” is based on. 390 more words