Monday, March 31, 2014

Why We Didn't

every Irish stereotype . . .you can't get light from a cave paint moon . . . I shrank . . . we scabbed . . . the round room cornered . . . Nancy Sinatra sang it in four different languages (for the deaf, she signed) . . . I cut my hair out of spite . . . you had greasy friends.

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5 comments:

Kerry O'Connor said...

the round room cornered? I love that.. and the bits and pieces of thoughts whirling round the same question why we didn't make it.

Fireblossom said...

Hey, watch it about the Irish!

hedgewitch said...

Any one of those would be more than sufficient.

Colleen@Looseleafnotes said...

Love these reasons. Was she singing These Boots are Made for Walking? http://www.looseleafnotes.com/2014/03/20274/

Lorraine Renaud said...

Yep that is exactly what I have been singing since operation vacate and kill me: One of these days these spiked boots are gonna walk all over you, starttttttttttt your engine, I mean walking