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Old world wisdom, new world insight – poems, poetry, philosophy, dreams, commentary, ideas


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Daddy Whipped Cream

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

Every time he sings, it’s the blues;
so incredible.
Emotions take a walk in his shoes;
its infallible.

Melody and lyrics a sledge-hammer –
impassible.
Try to push him over the edge?
He ain’t irascible.
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Pun Control – Eight – Barring all decency

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

I once did a theatrical performance about puns. It was a play on words.

The Scarecrow told the Tin Man:
“The closer you walk toward the Kilauea Volcano, the more it will test your mettle.”

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Saturn is my peanut

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

A long, long time ago, in an orbit, not so far away,
there shined a gas planet, just like a brilliant star,
which we now call Saturn.

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The Paradox of Life on Earth 002 – Unanswerable questions

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

1.   Does fuzzy logic tickle?

2.   Why are 47.3% of all statistics made up on the spot?

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If I agreed with you, we would both be wrong

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

What was old and wrong is new again (and still wrong).
This is Groundhog Millennium!
Misstatements are the new Truth.

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Pun Control – SEVEN “Best in CRASS”

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

Some books on the Must Read list have titles that lend themselves to really good food and drink. We may have even played with a title or two in secret.
No reason to be shy about that here.
It’s just as much of a challenge to have a go at the authors.

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