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Tuesday, May 12, 2015

NOTHING TO SNEEZE AT


a book
flew up my nose

I inhaled it deeply

now I can quote
all day long
from those nasal passages

28 comments:

  1. Ha! Holy cow! I LOVE this! I just 'bout spit coffee out my own nose.

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    1. That's the ultimate compliment, De!

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  2. This was beautiful with a hint of comedy.. :D
    I can imagine how De must have felt..!
    Well penned..!
    xoxo

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  3. Ha... and will all the knowledge you can actually see further than your nose...

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    1. Follow your nose, because the nose knows.

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  4. A search; important misplaced quotes; this Kleenex.

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    1. That blew my nose...I mean...my mind!

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  5. Damn seasonal allergies.
    LOVE THIS. !

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    1. When you sneeze, words fly out and form poems in the air, like alphabet soup.

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  6. Be careful who you'd sneezed at...all that wisdom....

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  7. Nope I skip garage sales now, hum if you know what I mean...the things they smoke in those garage sale houses....I'd rather be dumb!

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    1. Oh, I just walk into the library and the books start flying at me, and so I stick my nose in them and eventually one ends up all the way inside.

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  8. A literary education by the droplet method is an interesting concept...beats influenza :)

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  9. Ha! I've never met anyone who could read with their nose before--you are a man of many accomplishments. Loved this.

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  10. this is a fun read. thanks.

    hope you have a lovely day.

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  11. AAAHHH - CHOOOOOOOOOO______!!!!

    Where are you_?

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