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From: Twittering One on 24 Jan 2007 21:15
"Sweet rose, my bouquet, be merry
When Spirits ring from quarters, airy ~
For, in the merry month of May
You'll hear a song, no matter what you say.
Ripe vine, the merry cheerer of the heart,
Will yield a cup or Spirit spilling Art
If song, your drink, hails a bright canary.
If silence most offends, to be merry best,
Stand fast, your grievance. Be not contrary,
If bidden, merry bells clink fast. If sad, confess.
Though Destiny say, So ~ ! Be merry, a caress,
A merry carafe, hear, your canary, a pretty one.
This merry Bryd sings Peace, when all is done.
Say, O, this was a merry message ~ !
Now, down your sparkling beverage."
From: Twittering One on 25 Jan 2007 18:25
"Madcap perils, Baroque as Cleopatra's pearls,
My tale I'll tell, if Dutch wags join us, Dogonit ~ !"
"And bid the merry bells ring to thine ear;
Sport your Doggles, if Google fails, your vision clear."
~ Master Minor Byrd
"Well, if ever I do see the merry days
Of a well-aimed quiver, target missed, a maze
Into I amble, will I know a Minotaur,
If acquaintance I make, or shall I meander
Toward center, my companion, binoculars ~ ?"
"I'd like to be a tall giraffe
Drinking Perrier from a tall carafe,
I'd slurp a straw and sport a scarf
And utter elegant remarks."
From: Twittering One on 26 Jan 2007 21:53
"It is my fate and perhaps
My temperament to sign agreements with fools."
~ E.M. Forster
"Nonsense and beauty have close connections."
From: nightbat on 26 Jan 2007 22:20
Twittering One wrote:
> "It is my fate and perhaps
> My temperament to sign agreements with fools."
> ~ E.M. Forster
> "Nonsense and beauty have close connections."
> ~ Merlot
I'll always be affectionate nutty and batty for you Officer Twitty!
at your service,
From: Twittering One on 27 Jan 2007 23:06
"I think I'd be caterpillar,
Of a Puccini dragonfly ~
A duet, our aria, you and I.
You'd play a silver clarinet,
I'd wind up our String Quartet."