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(blogoquent) Contrarian.

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https://wordscantfathom.wordpress.com/2017/02/20/the-blogoquent-competition/

The Short Version of that link is, “Describe life in a sentence!”  uh, a haiku can be a sentence.    lets see if I’m about to cuss.

while you puff in the night the sun’s up here

🙂. bam! a “life” in a sentence

to hold my heart out

but it means something! to me!

but as is won’t be.

 

a haiku after it.

today is as now actually time to go towards the diet things collecting.  I want rice so as to start saving my soul.  Rice, simple yet prized as luxuries go.  It’s amusing  to think, if I’m right, I’m about to step into the unknown and win in a way if I give up- paradoxically.

 

Why fight what I can’t win ever out against?  I don’t choose; I only influence.  Todays influence is a chase after less air as I race like a wind to make sure I get out there.  (Again, paradox.)

 

isn’t it amusing

 

the rebel against it

zagging while we most zig zig,

suffers those paradoxes?

By Starman Jones

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

3 replies on “(blogoquent) Contrarian.”

Describe life in a sentence…interesting challenge! Good sentence! Good haikus! 🙂

Emeril Lagasse used to say “Bam” a lot! 😀

What kind of rice do you like to eat? I eat brown rice or wild rice. Yes, even my rice is wild!!! 😉 😛

HUGS!!! 🙂

OOH! Jasmine rice is wonderful! 🙂 But, I always wonder if Jasmine knows we’re eating her rice! ??? 😀 😛
Rice-yHUGS!!! Rice-yHUGS are always better than Dicey-HUGS!!! 😀
PS…I blogged yesterday about this, that and the other thing! 😮

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