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Author Name: Premiumtinadee 7 Comments
Date Added: September 12, 2010 11:09:22 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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2am Silliness




Act as apprehensive
But be bold
Cast concern carefully

Drive down doubts
Evade everyday emptiness
Feel fulfilled forever

Give generous gifts
Hope holds harmony
Initiate incredible ideas

Just jump joyously
Kindly kiss kids
Longingly love lovers

Mightily move mountains
Naughty noisy nymphs
Openly oust opposition

Publicly praise people
Quit quibbling questions
Read righteous Rhymes

Simply search soulfully
Take time today 
Use unusual utterances

Vividly view visions
Welcome worldly wisdom
X-ray xylographed xylophones

Yar youth yield
Zonk zippy zealots







Author's Notes:
The bar crowd woke me up at 2 am this morning and I couldn't fall back to sleep.
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Comments:
Comment By: FreeGraham Jones on October 4, 2010 04:38:38 AM Report
Most amusing and cleverly put together what strange things come upon us at this time of morning and to what lengths the brain will go to occupy itself, this was indeed a pleasurable experience~Graham.
Comment By: FreeLeonard Wilson on September 14, 2010 06:23:05 PM Report
Yeah,I once lived over a bar,too...:o)...Sounds like a boatload of silliness,kid...len
Comment By: FreeAndrew on September 13, 2010 01:43:02 PM Report
lol - dr seuss channeling ms tina dee!  delightfully done and exquisitely executed.
Comment By: Freee. Gene Myers on September 12, 2010 08:50:20 PM Report
Off to my favorites ... So you do know how to smile.  You couldn't have written this without smiling.  Good for you
Gene
Comment By: Freemandate on September 12, 2010 02:51:55 PM Report
Tina,

Pretty amazing the way the mind works At 2:00 AM. Enjoyed much.

Manny

Comment By: FreeBarbara Carleton on September 12, 2010 01:57:52 PM Report
Tina, what a charm!  I was half way through before I 'got' the alphabet thread because the advice was so sage.  Then I had to go back and just savor the cleverness!  I especially like the 'L' line.  :)
Comment By: FreeLinda Jo on September 12, 2010 11:39:13 AM Report
...great exercise...skipping through the alphabet for inspiration, encouragement...and a little bit of 2 am silliness.  twenty-six lines...words to live by, my favorite...give generous gifts. ok, allow me to add a couple more... just jump joyously and read righteous rhymes...the Psalmes come to mind and can greatly improve sleepless nights...loved this creative piece, Tina!




 


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