Sunday, November 24, 2013

HEADLINES




THE WEAKLY[sic] NEWS
HEADLINES

monday the first:

beneath shoulder blades
two knives sheaved...
as life faded
body fell...heaved

monday the eighth:

WHO stole body
perfumed...
the same recently
exhumed?

monday the fifteenth:

WHO set in small boat
and left adrift
'neath blanket and coat
dear widow swift?

monday the twenty-second:

story of biblical moses
is what here exposes
"swift" killer:  a community pillar,
none other than rev'rend miller

--steveroni
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16 comments:

  1. heh. i swear i did not do it.
    i think it was colonel mustard in the observatory with the pipe...
    just saying...ha...

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  2. Oh no, we must be on the outlook. Bravo on this clever tale!

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  3. Talk about original style! That was very impressive - for me really innovative, and thus so readable. Thanks, very clever.

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  4. haha....oh my... your brain works in amazing ways...i never would've made that journey from the pic to your story....geezz..

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    1. LOOK who is TALKING here!!! Claudia the QUEEN OF "far-out", awesomeness. If you owned an industry, it shoud be named BRAINWORKS

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  5. I am clueless on this. What is this story about?

    Joy always,
    Susan

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    1. Ah, now I get it, Steve. And as everyone has commented, you have done a brilliant attempt of using the picture. Bravo!

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    2. People should not be WHY I am happy--but Susan Deborah--it makes me SO HAPPY that (after email explanation!) you like it. MEANS a whole lot to me...as you know!
      Always love and PEACE,
      Steve E

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  6. Steveroni ... you are one creative dude!!!

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    1. Helen, Thank YOU:
      dude i am
      yes ma'am
      even tho name
      is not sam
      i like eggs
      but not ham

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  7. Interesting headlines, better than newspapers, I would re-read without getting bored.

    back after a long time and this is a nice post I read after a long hiatus from here, feels great :)

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  8. Love your approach with this. I hope you had a nice thanksgiving, Steve.

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  9. Fantabulous mag....Different in a very clever & creative way :-)

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