Tag Archives: Colonialist

See Sea Crop Circles by Poisonous Delish Dish.


See this and be amazed; the puffer fish is never fazed When looking for a mate, a pattern-making course he’ll skate, And types of puffer fish can form a most expensive dish, Though poisonous as hell, some chefs are trained … Continue reading

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KINDLY FORWARD COPY OF LOST PHOTO FROM CAR RIDE


  In Wordle 337 I am more intent on writing the words in the order given, rhyme, adding very few words, and coherence, than I am on creating poetry. Post missing spectacle from spin In mint condition from the ink … Continue reading

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Lost Days, Drier Humour, and a Painful Subject.


Dear Sirs,/ Month that I ordered duly received, But I feel in this matter I have been deceived; When counting the days, A shortage displays — Please forward three more, or I’ll feel aggrieved. In Jan I had use of … Continue reading

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Keeping waterlogged.


A morning spent waiting for a meeting that didn’t happen in connection with one of the estates I am lending a hand on, while I whiled the time away with more jungle gym construction for a while. Then I was … Continue reading

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Meddling with moggy in-ca(n)t-ations.


Wordle 336   Trample magic of day into dense band, with aim That you ransom tale cat told in rain to inflame, And dangerously change thereby name of the game. © January 2018 Colonialist

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Water Untide and Ran Away


And, with this, and the one below, it can also form the basis for the current Photo Challenge Variations on a Theme!    © January 2018 Colonialist  

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What a Star(t)!


    J, in her first week of proper school, has certainly shone. Within days, she was given the honour of taking one of the two class teddies home for good behaviour, and at the Friday assembly the head teacher … Continue reading

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