Last year I tried doing some Poetry in Motion pictures, where I layered lines from my poetry along with evocative background images. Now that my graphic design skills have improved, I thought I would try an updated version. I hope you enjoy! Click here for the full poem. Click here for the full poem.
I gave you my heart You threw it in the gutter I once had your heart But you gave it to another You took such great pride In kicking me to the curb You tried but can’t deny You wanted me to hurt But gutters are fine places For hearts to rest within And curbs …
And so can you! Sorry, that phrase has been stuck in my head ever since I first heard about Stephen Colbert’s book I Am A Pole – (And So Can You!) Anyway, saw this on the street and it made me extra happy. Hopefully it will make you extra happy, too.
What a lovely way to start the day!
Last week, we saw a sneak peek of Ted and Barney’s long-awaited booze baby, Puzzles The Bar. Why’s it called Puzzles you ask? THAT’S the puzzle! Not surprisingly, the bar effort didn’t go all that well, but the calendar section of the now running http://www.puzzlesthebar.com has some exciting events in store. Tolstoy Tuesday, anyone? Yes …
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Miranda Cosgrove tweeted this photo, and I really like it! Quite evocative, don’t you think?
I see this screw embedded in the parking lot almost everyday. Each time I feel tempted to unscrew it, even though I have no real reason to do so or plans on what to do with said screw once removed. Then I think, what if this screw is actually holding the entire universe together? I …
P.S. – Found this image on someone’s Tumblr, but idk who! Would love to give proper credit so if anyone knows please share, thanks.
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