tuesday’s twin thought-lines.

It Must be Poetry…it’s confusing.

Metaphors, like jokes, are better left unexplained.

What’ the hell does Cumaean Syble mean…shoot, I just sorted that out with an explanation.

I’ve took to paying rent and or utilities ahead… a project to leave me hopefully….ahead!   it loy hav e chosen welloks like I may have chosen better than any other potential way to focus my efforts.

By Starman Jones

Everything and Nothing interests me. I cook read, write and even have to clean. I SHOULD NOTE: I'm 40 something.

10 replies on “tuesday’s twin thought-lines.”

You’re lucky to have twin thought-lines on Tuesday.
I still have Monday-Brain, so I have only one…solo…uno thought: I can’t wait until Friday! 😀
I hope you do get ahead by paying those important payments ahead.
Speaking of a head…did I tell you I have Monday-Brain?!
I might need a head-transplant!
HUGS!!! 🙂

When writing really anything, not just poetry, you’re writing to an audience, perhaps muse-inspired (redundant, I know), said audience is perhaps said muse. Nevertheless, there is bound to be someone in the audience to whom the words do not speak. An explanation could be another poem spoken to that particular audience, or, to mention another school of thought, a sign of weakness in the original piece. How many people just don’t “get” Shakespeare? Yet, tons of lovers of Shakespeare are out there. Not to sound pretentious. 🙂 Shakespeare seems timeless.

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