Some major inconsistencies to be ironed out in this scene, but I'm getting there!

Some major inconsistencies to be ironed out in this scene, but I’m getting there!

What’s found within consistency
Is often just persistency;
(So please accept this little nudge:
Admit it now without a grudge!)
So when that is existent, see,
And one will not resistant be,
To sensing, maybe distantly,
Some inconsistency degree
Can function beneficially,
Consistency will set one free:
Which means one will consistently
Apply more inconsistency!

However, there’s a footnote plea –
Or you will end up with tof-fee! –
Consistency, of mix for fudge,
Is something from which do not budge. 

© Colonialist May 2013 (WordPress)

About colonialist

Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies. Recently Indie Publishing has been added to this list.
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  1. Marco says:

    Hmmmmm fudge….never to early to start nibbling on it…must get to shop now…must get to shop…zzzzz…


  2. 68ghia says:

    That’s why my fudge never resembles fudge – consistency!!


  3. adeeyoyo says:

    You have scrambled my brain, Col. All’s gone down the drain…


  4. nrhatch says:

    That’s quite the tongue twister, Col. Wonderful waterfall of words.
    And it looks like you’re making progress with your project. 😀


  5. Oooh, you’re right in the fudge, Col. And tablet, the champagne of all fudge-like products.

    Great take on the theme.


  6. Lisaman says:

    Love the little bridge!!


  7. SidevieW says:

    as I dont eat fudge, you may continue with consistency as its base


  8. Sonel says:

    I just love how you play with your words Col. It amazes me every time. That scene is looking better and better every time. You must have worked quite hard. 🙂


  9. melouisef says:

    I have consistently loved little bridges


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