Saturday, June 22, 2013

When The Music's Over: Exposing The Cult Of St. Jim Of The Bathtub



"Then, suddenly, it came to me -
if he already has a fire,
why does he need a light from me?"

- - - Case Notes of Alana G., Age 64

For Susie's prompt at Real Toads

25 comments:

Maggie Grace said...

This is perfect. And I was afraid to do a haiku for this. Brilliant capture ♥

Heaven said...

Good question MZ ~

Have a lovely weekend ~

Gail said...

Well done.

Brian Miller said...

ha.

jim was the first poet i owned a book by...

guess the fire got extinguished in that tub...smiles.

Fireblossom said...

"case notes". Love it.

Helen said...

Flamin' good!!!!

Sherry Blue Sky said...

Only you would come up with this edgy note, and that is why I love you.

Robyn Greenhouse said...

a question to ponder!wonder why no one ever asked before!

J Cosmo Newbery said...

A fair question. An excellent question.

Susan said...

Exactly.

Susie Clevenger said...

Only you could find that question in this challenge. Love it!! Thanks so much for taking part in it!!

LaTonya Baldwin said...

well played. :-)

Lorraine said...

I love the doors, and the quote is hot! I never ever know what You'll do to me...

Marian said...

he doesn't, never did.

Other Mary said...

Brilliant!

Helen said...

... come on, baby

Peggy said...

Perfect concise comment! I watched the film and decided the Doors really performed better in the dark.

TALON said...

This was cool, Mama Zen.

Claudia said...

ha - this is one good question...

Margaret said...

Case notes... !! Very clever, once again.

Buddah Moskowitz said...

As I generally detest Jim Morrison and the Doors as ponderous, self-important and pompous, I love this skewering.

Ok, I admit it, I liked the Doors when I was 15.

Ella said...

I love your question and how you scatter our view...
:D

hedgewitch said...

I have to admit, my least favorite Doors song, and one that became cliche long before the nine millionth radio play.

Kerry O'Connor said...

Your response is so uniquely you.

Lolamouse said...

You're such a clever girl!