I hope the syrup was as tasty as this poem ;) ... hey did you get that card I sent? I'm gonna be in town thurs-monday...perhaps I'll run into you at the Bean. :)
ehywe did get your card and we simply forgot to say thank youand so thank you very muchit was very sweet and we really appreciated itconsequently, would you be able to make the service in september?im assuming that you would be here longer than just thursday right?
Brings The Lovesong of... Prufrock to my mind. Which is always something I'm pleased to consider.I fight the urge to dip my finger everytime I cook, so eager I burn my tongue and can't enjoy food for days; I'm more successful in holding my fingers still in other areas of life. I love the last three lines. A question I think I'd love to have answered, but maybe, you know, that wouldn't be the best thing.
JVSi can honestly say that ive never invoked the spirit of elliot for anyone beforebut i will take it as a compliment of high orderglad you liked the pieceyes, i must always avoid finger dipping. always
i'll be there thurs through monday...but then I'm back in NY....I likely won't be able to make another trip back for your wedding unfortunately. But you should post pictures on a blog so I can pretend I was there. Heck gina could even photoshop me into a few of them and it will be like I really WAS there...heh. But do send an invite :) I will hang it on my wall and stare at it on the 15th. in a not-so-creepy fashion.
this was very nice
floating soulgreat new profile photovery adult of youelegent evengive us a call when you get in town or somethingokey dokey
janethanks you also have a new photovery . . . death like
did my dipping(coutesy of invalidity)a few years backsyrup has never tasted sweeternice onecheers
flootsyou make it sound extremely satisfyingcant wait to taste it myself
HEY! did you just call me an adult??? Well, I'm slightly offended. but the sentiment is appreciated.
yesi believe i didat the very leastadultesque
So it begins farther back, I'd say right after our voices crackan one-way blvd toward detiorationand perhaps totally true emancipation
johnbi think youre righti think theres a poem there too
Missed visiting your blog for sometime! Like the thoughtflow to which you have given words.. crystal clear imagery as always :p
prmodthanks for the kind wordsas alwaysand thanks for the visiti think i will be a more regular blogger from now onmoved and had to set up dsl had to get my computer dsl compatiblewas using someone elses (fiances)computerso i was not able to frequent the things and places i had become accustomed to visiting but its all taken care of now
I'm kind of glad you don't post more often because it usually takes a couple of visits to really get the full impact of the current poem.
andreaim gladthat you think soi take that as a compliment of the highest order.
Waiting is never in vain....the wait makes the syrup sweeter, for many things in life, a maturation process must be allowed so that in the end you have the best it can offer....but remember too sweet a thing gives you diabetes and adds inches to the waist!
plus ultraquite trueand not to be lightly
"taken" lightynot to be TAKEN lightlysorry, left out a word
Can put u on my links? email me, pl
plus utlrayes, of coursein fact, i plan to link you too
Beautiful. The words are wonderful and pictures are great. How else, indeed?
anonthank you for the kind wordsglad to have you hereyes, how elsehow elseindeed
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