Monday, December 15, 2008

The 15th day of the last month this year, and it’s a Monday

The dwarfish goose went to ... this week there is a clairvoyant bunny to giveaway. For Brisbane readers you may be interested to know that some of the brooches that are kicking about the Museum of Brisbane store were in Map magazine this month. Yay me. So if you have a copy lying around the house or work (if you’re reading this on your lunch break) flick to page 60 for a squiz.

I bought fairy lights on the weekend. They have been haphazardly arranged on my front deck. That’s about as Christmassy as I get. And I plan to leave them up well after Christmas as I just like pretty coloured lights. My brother and his Finnish lass sat on the front deck last night smoking skinny Thai cigarettes watch a possum eat grevillea flowers under the dapple fairly light glow.

Lovely.

So finish this poem however you see fir and the bunny may be yours ...

“And with holes all round
To send the light,
In gleaming rays on the _ _”

5 comments:

Bec said...

“And with holes all round
To send the light,
In gleaming rays on the turkish delight.

And now each night, in a chocolaty throng,
filled with rose-infused goodness, there eats - the Dong!"

I love this dipping into the twilight zone each Monday. I'd play even without the incentive of a psychic bunny (although I'm sure my storybook cat would love a mind-reading rabbit to hang with :P)

Cheers, Bec

Erin, maker of chimes said...

You're so creative!

PJS said...

"And with holes all round
To send the light,
In gleaming rays on the ground
Where lies the dappled sight
Of a wrinkled old hound
With no bark and no bite"

Ooooh... this isnt very good work at all... much tougher this week...but fun none the less.

Hope you are having a good week...

Car said...

And with holes all round
To send the light,
In gleaming rays upon the ground
he makes the world seem so bright


Not a very good poet here :)

The bunny looks great!

Chrisy said...

fairy lights

and with holes all round
to send the light
in gleaming rays upon the ground
the suburban maelstrom
now a mirage
rewound
in the twinkling glow
that throws its light
on the fortune hound.

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