3.31.12 Table 3.31.12 (no. 265):
3.31.12 Nice rainy day in Whiting, N.J.
3.30.12 Classics: Ove-
Like innocent man, Richard Kimble,
We're prey and must learn to be nimble.
If a predator dies,
Unless it's our national symbol.
and a Table:
3.29.12 We're back! Didn't pay our bills and Toopine went away.
3.23.12 Around the sun 61 times, that's a lot of traveling.The peas and lettuce are thrilled:
3.21.12 Spring, yes! Table 3.21.12 (no. 263):
3.20.12 Ove Michaelsen's delightful new book is called RhymeStorming with this wonderful cover by Joye Chizek (I think). Everyone loves words, ask any rapper, poet, teacher, actor but no one loves to work words more than this American original, O.V. Michaelsen.
BOLTS FROM THE BLUE - This 4th book by author O.V. Michaelsen begins with an umbrella history of limericks including solutions to the troublesome rhymes of month, purple and orange. Afterwords, the book contains 380 new original limericks by the author written between 2006 and 2012. Full of word play and author's comments, this book is fun, enlightened, sometimes profound, but never profane. A great sunny read for a rainy afternoon.
3.18.12 Grass turned green in one day it seems.
3.15.12 Cams will be back when they are set up properly. T:
3.13.12 Smashing day today. Elvis and Jeffo the other night:
3.10.12 Jeffo (Richard Jeffries) is 70 years old today.
3.9.12 Mr. Ove Ofteness (I think this is his real name. He has more names than Celeto) offers:
Conservative? What conservation?
Loud hate-speech replaced conversation.
To stoop and apologize?
Dupe, we don't compromise.
Foremost is party, not nation.
Caught the sunset with Shawn way back in the old bogs.
3.8.12 Old painting, silly sentiment (detail).
NYC Bad Dream in HD. Annmarie shot the video and I did the special effects and sound. It's the big nightmare, for everyone (that I actually had).
3.5.12 Table 3.5.12
3.4.12 Won a TOP at YouTube (whatever that is). Going to fix up the Toopine channel there. It's gettting lots of hits; YouTube
3.2.12 Another O. V. Ofteness, (no. 377):
Round one, two on two, toe to toe,
The action begins, blow by blow.
They punch at the abs
And their jaws between jabs,
We assume. No one sees what they throw.
In my youth, as a "super flyweight," I was nicknamed the Kanvas Kid. (I loved to nap a lot on the floor.) Glad I gave THAT up. I had BOOKS to write.
Another one of those damn tables, no. 257:Annmarie filling out DOJ/BOP/FCI/Fort Dix stuff.