Monthly Archives: October 2010

An oyster for my love

Fry me an oyster, she said – and I did what she said Fried her a fragilistic, rampantagious oyster, and it was the right thing, because she loved it tremoritically! – Niebla (© 2010) Played around a little bit with … Continue reading

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To them out there …

To those gloating outside her cell, it looked like she had accepted her cruel fate, eyes demurely downcast and all. They did not know about those lumpy things on the tray, and that very special liquid in the jug. Lancelot … Continue reading

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The naked rock haiku

Plants will encroach,
cover nudity. Continue reading

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