09 September 2011

Fragment Friday

1.       I’m not really fond of anniversaries of death. It seems counter-productive.

2.       After looking at New York flood photos, I’m glad I live in a semi-desert.

3.       My poetic output can be 12 poems in one day and nothing the next two weeks. What’s up with that?

4.       I found my camera, inserted new batteries, so there may be Corgi pics in the future.

5.       “Whistle While You Work” is a song, and a metaphor, not something you really should be doing. Just an FYI.


One Minnesota Writer said...

#3 - yes! You're human! #1 - we went unplugged and avoided much of the media hype around this weekend. Hiking in the woods, away from the sound of highways and even planes in this case, does wonders for all kinds of things including poetic output. #4 - I'm waiting. My daughter has fallen in love with corgis.

Constance Brewer said...

Tell your daughter to check out OCD - Obsessive Corgi Disorder. All Corgi pics all the time. Although mine are cuter. :)

David said...

I have that same condition with poetry output. It's okay. About the worst thing for poetry is worrying over output. Sometimes it helps me to challenge myself to do something sideways from normal.
Best of luck with it.

Anonymous said...

#4 scared me so much I've hired a college kid to write a piece of software that will automatically morph any pictures of Corgis into pictures of German Shepherds.
Not sure what will happen to pictures of other breeds.

Constance Brewer said...


I found that worry over output goes away after a while - once I realize I don't have to write everyday. :)

Constance Brewer said...


Other breeds will morph into Corgis. And Corgis are pocket sized German Shepherds anyhow.

Anonymous said...

Damn viruses!